Draft and bottlenecks have become new barriers for grain exports out of Ukraine

With major ports mined and few exits out of Ukraine, small ships are piling up in an attempt to export grain. CEO of bulker company BPG Shipping/Kronos Bulkers Gennadiy Ivanov presents his views of the impact of the war.


“Every day, almost throughout Ukraine, the repeating roar of air raid sirens is heard. And every day, Russia launches its missiles, worth millions of dollars, across the territory of Ukraine, instead of building hospitals, schools and infrastructure in its own country with this money.“

“And every day in Ukraine, civilians are killed by missiles, and houses and infrastructure are destroyed.”

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