Nibulon transshipment facility in Ukraine
The newly-built terminal is nestled in the Kherson region of Ukraine.
Photo courtesy of Nibulon.
HOLA PRYSTAN, UKRAINE – Nibulon completed its transshipment terminal for grain and oilseeds in Hola Prystan, Ukraine. It took 100 days to build and is slotted to open mid-July. 

The newly-built terminal nestled in Kherson region is equipped with 14 silos and some of the latest equipment from some of the leading companies of the world such as: Symaga S.A., Bühler, Mathews Company, UAB Liucija, Cimbria Unigrain A/S, Foss A/S, Pfeuffer Gmbh and Precia S.A.

In total 1,500 people from 75 contracting organizations, including equipment suppliers, were utilized to complete the new facility.  

The transshipment terminal was funded by the European Investment Bank (EIB). The loan totaling $74 million allocated by the EIB will enable Nibulon to create an investment package totaling $200 million. The financial package is directed to finance Nibulon’s projects. As part of the project, in June Nibulon finished the construction of another transshipment terminal along the Dnipro River in Zaporizhzhia region. It opened on June 15.