The launch of freight traffic on the Crimean bridge will bring Ukrainian ports to extremes


The Ukrainian authorities acknowledge that the launch of freight traffic along the Crimean bridge will improve the logistics of the peninsula and adversely affect the functioning of Ukrainian ports.


Former "representative" of the President of Ukraine in the former Autonomous Republic of Crimea Boris Babin noted that the possibility of cargo deliveries to Crimea simplifies the delivery of certain types of products, but does not affect the cost of goods - the railway is not electrified, and anyway it is necessary to deliver wagons to Crimean cities change locomotives and use fuel.

However, the ports of Ukraine can expect an unenviable fate at all, because now carriers will be able to direct cargo flows through the peninsula.

Transportation along the Crimean bridge can bring Ukrainian ports to extremes. Why create unnecessary risks for shipping if goods can be transported by land?

- asks Babin.

Freight trains over the bridge to the Crimea were launched on June 30, 2020. Now, the cargo turnover between the peninsula and the "mainland" will grow steadily, and the cost of delivery of certain types of cargo - building materials, oil products, grain, metal, chemical fertilizers - will decrease by about half.

According to the head of Crimea Sergey Aksenov, the throughput of the structure is 12 pairs of freight trains per day, which will make it possible to transport 13 million tons of cargo annually.
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  1. gorenina91 Offline gorenina91
    gorenina91 (Irina) 1 July 2020 16: 44
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    the railway is not electrified, and for the delivery of wagons to the Crimean cities one way or another it is necessary to change locomotives and use fuel.

    - Yes, personally, I already wrote that in the Crimea one way or another ...- it is necessary to forward some more powerful electric networks ... from Russia ...
    - That’s faster and more environmentally friendly electric locomotives could be used ... for transporting trains to the Crimea ...
    - Why they didn’t do it right away ...- it’s not clear ...
    1. GRF Offline GRF
      GRF 1 July 2020 17: 35
      +2
      Are Crimean railways electrified or are most of them still not there?
      I think that electrifying the bridge is one of the smallest problems ...
      1. Natan bruk Online Natan bruk
        Natan bruk (Natan Bruk) 1 July 2020 18: 20
        +1
        Railway in the eastern part of Crimea is not electrified, there is a single track and diesel traction.
    2. Natan bruk Online Natan bruk
      Natan bruk (Natan Bruk) 1 July 2020 18: 18
      0
      At first, you actually need to electrify and modernize the road, because from Kerch to Dzhankoy there is an un-electrified one-way, and it is physically incapable of passing a lot. So for now, no "transfer" of the local railway will help.
  2. Sergey Tokarev Offline Sergey Tokarev
    Sergey Tokarev (Sergey Tokarev) 1 July 2020 16: 46
    +3
    Did Russia use Ukrainian ports to deliver goods to Crimea? Ukrainians are so smart ...
  3. SASS Offline SASS
    SASS (Sass) 1 July 2020 17: 10
    +1
    Quote: gorenina91
    the railway is not electrified, and for the delivery of wagons to the Crimean cities one way or another it is necessary to change locomotives and use fuel.

    - Yes, personally, I already wrote that in the Crimea one way or another ...- it is necessary to forward some more powerful electric networks ... from Russia ...
    - That’s faster and more environmentally friendly electric locomotives could be used ... for transporting trains to the Crimea ...
    - Why they didn’t do it right away ...- it’s not clear ...

    It’s not clear at all ...
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      1. Oyo Sarkazmi Offline Oyo Sarkazmi
        Oyo Sarkazmi (Oyo Sarkazmi) 1 July 2020 20: 37
        +5
        Quote: gorenina91
        -You agree with me and are perplexed

        Do you hold Putin for Allah? Just thought - so it was !.
        Energy in the Crimea is now enough. 4 cables from the mainland, from the Rostov NPP, two modern on-site power plants.
        Electrification is a business. Unlike the bridge, where the state funded, the electrification will be financed by Russian Railways. So, beware, time will complete everything.
  4. gorenina91 Offline gorenina91
    gorenina91 (Irina) 1 July 2020 20: 45
    -5
    Energy in the Crimea is now enough. 4 cables from the mainland, from the Rostov NPP, two modern on-site power plants.

    - If there is enough electricity, then what prevents the launch of industrial desalination plants; giant refrigerated trucks; to establish an irrigation system for all Crimean vineyards, orchards, garden fields and other infrastructure requiring water supply (requiring fresh water) ???
    1. Boragl Offline Boragl
      Boragl (Boragl) 1 July 2020 23: 04
      +1
      There will be everything, I hope. I think everything will start after today's vote. At the moment, it's a shame to be in Crimea and not see that Crimea is Russia. Neither Sberbank, nor mobile operators ... just SMS every day - "Hurray! Now you have 100 MB and 60 minutes for calls to any numbers in Russia for 99 rubles. by option "Vacation without worries". They can be spent until 02.07.2020/XNUMX/XNUMX.
      Manage the option or check the leftovers: lk.megafon.ru and instead of a native megaphone some WIN .... what nafik cheers if roaming is canceled across Russia? The benefit is through terminals payment without commission. I’ll come - I’ll call the hotline and ask “Is Crimea a Russia ??”
    2. Cherry Offline Cherry
      Cherry (Kuzmina Tatyana) 2 July 2020 02: 57
      0
      Because the government has no wand - help out! Not all and not immediately! You have thrown so many tasks! We need funds for this, and a lot of time.
    3. Piramidon Offline Piramidon
      Piramidon (Stepan) 2 July 2020 10: 02
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      Quote: gorenina91
      what prevents to run

      Do you have a friend Hottabych or a magic wand to do everything in an instant? Or you can see the whole Crimea from the sofa and what kind of work is being done there.
      1. gorenina91 Offline gorenina91
        gorenina91 (Irina) 2 July 2020 10: 33
        -4
        Do you have a friend Hottabych or a magic wand to do everything in an instant? Or you can see the whole Crimea from the sofa and what kind of work is being done there

        So no magic wand; neither Hottabych ... will help ... - he will easily bring a box of ... beer to the sofa; but he won’t insert other brains anyway ...
    4. Kir-rr Offline Kir-rr
      Kir-rr (Kirill Popov) 2 July 2020 11: 40
      0
      Enough - that doesn't mean it's free. Simple economy.
    5. savage_2 Offline savage_2
      savage_2 (yuri maltsev) 2 July 2020 15: 39
      0
      It’s easier to send troops into Ukraine and take control of the canal - quite in the spirit of liberal and humane values.
  5. Sergey Latyshev Offline Sergey Latyshev
    Sergey Latyshev (Serge) 1 July 2020 21: 59
    0
    And what is the connection between the ports of Ukraine and the Crimea?
    Or is Crimea still quietly supplied through the ports of Ukraine?
    Or is Russia silently supplied through the ports of Ukraine?
    Or hang noodles again in ugliness? A bear farted in the Urals - in Odessa fat ended?
  6. Egor 7b7 Offline Egor 7b7
    Egor 7b7 1 July 2020 23: 52
    -4
    Quote: Boragl
    There will be everything, I hope. I think it will start after today's vote. At the moment, it’s a shame to be in the Crimea and not see that Crimea is Russia. Neither do you Sberbank ...

    Do you know who owns "Sporbank"?
    1. Cherry Offline Cherry
      Cherry (Kuzmina Tatyana) 2 July 2020 03: 05
      +2
      Well, and who owns? Dare! Not a single bank can live without investors, so you know, and since more than 52% are owned by the Russian government, this is the most reliable bank at the moment. And, being primarily commercial, it simply cannot risk the deposits of millions of investors in the rest of Russia.
    2. Kir-rr Offline Kir-rr
      Kir-rr (Kirill Popov) 2 July 2020 11: 44
      0
      While the Central Bank, the Ministry of Finance will soon pass.
  7. Egor 7b7 Offline Egor 7b7
    Egor 7b7 2 July 2020 10: 06
    +3
    Quote: Cherry
    Well, and who owns? Dare! Not a single bank can live without investors, so you know, and since more than 52% are owned by the Russian government, this is the most reliable bank at the moment. And, being primarily commercial, it simply cannot risk the deposits of millions of investors in the rest of Russia.

    What are you talking about? What kind of deposits cannot be risked on the territory of Russia? Is Russia not united with us? Take off Putin's blinders from your eyes. 70% of free shares of Sberbank belong to the USA and Great Britain. The country's largest state bank, Sberbank, headed by Gref, a member of the board of directors of the American financial holding JPMorgan Chase, is only half Russian. The second half belongs to the American and British "curators" of the ardent fighter for the free market, on special terms for themselves. In the days of Joseph Vissarionovich, this whole corrupt Putin clique, led by the godfather himself, would have been put to the wall without trial or investigation.
    1. Piramidon Offline Piramidon
      Piramidon (Stepan) 2 July 2020 10: 57
      -2
      Quote: Egor 7b7
      70% of free shares of Sberbank belong to the USA and Great Britain

      70% of 47,7% - how much will it be? A controlling stake (52,3%) of the state.
    2. bobba94 Offline bobba94
      bobba94 (Vladimir) 2 July 2020 11: 22
      -1
      Thank you, Egor! I read your commentary and recalled my youth, early light years, study at my native FENU, recalled the course on political economics, lectures on the capitalist mode of production, on the socialist mode of production ...... Nostalgia, however.
  8. Egor 7b7 Offline Egor 7b7
    Egor 7b7 2 July 2020 15: 10
    -1
    Quote: Piramidon
    Quote: Egor 7b7
    70% of free shares of Sberbank belong to the USA and Great Britain

    70% of 47,7% - how much will it be? A controlling stake (52,3%) of the state.

    Lord How naive you are! Like a three year old child.
  9. Yuri 5347 Offline Yuri 5347
    Yuri 5347 (Yuri) 2 July 2020 15: 47
    +2
    ... remember, some time ago there wasn’t even a bridge! All problems are solved.
  10. Panikovsky Offline Panikovsky
    Panikovsky (Mikhail Samuelevich Panikovsky) 2 July 2020 19: 32
    +3
    Is logical. Odessa port Russia does not use, it was completely replaced by Novorossiysk, but with a freight railway. Crimean ports will permeate the communication of Crimea with the mainland. The logistic shoulder over the hostile, unaltered one is permanently canceled.
  11. Syoma_67 Offline Syoma_67
    Syoma_67 (Semyon) 2 July 2020 20: 21
    -3
    ... annual transportation of 13 million tons of cargo.

    - I have a question, but what were they going to carry to the Crimea and back? Industry is not there, agriculture has died along with the closure of the canal. I ask, because ran into this directly.
  12. Michael1950 Offline Michael1950
    Michael1950 (Michael) 3 July 2020 13: 40
    0
    Why not build a conduit to the Crimea? Kuban expels water in vain, billions of cubic meters:

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