CTS Consulting acted as consultant for the project of the World Bank to create an action plan for the government to address the problem points of Agrologistics in Ukraine.
The study was carried out by the method of Supply Chain Analysis (SCA), i.e. were analyzed a temporal and financial losses on the entire export logistics chain of maize, wheat, barley and sunflower, from the field to the loading on board the vessel. We modeled the worst and best scenarios of delivery.
According to the head of advisory Andrii Shkliar, today there are following issues in Ukrainian Agrologistics: grain hoppers shortage on the horizon of 5 years, growing need to expand the number of elevators, the throughput limitations of port stations of Yuzhni and Nikolaev ports during peak periods, the need to invest in dredging and the development of Dnieper infrastructure, sustained deficit of grain trucks during peak periods, the need for dredging in the commercial sea ports, as well as to attract investments in the Ukrainian port industry - both through concessions and through privatization.
The main result of the project should be the formation of a realistic plan for the government to address key physical and regulatory constraints of Agrologistics of grain in Ukraine.
World Bank (WB) - the international financial organization established to organize the financial and technical assistance to developing countries. In 2014, the organization provided $ 65.6 billion. Partner countries and private companies in the form of loans, grants, equity investments and guarantees.