Group DF’s mineral fertilizer shipment business is represented by Nika-Tera, a specialized seaport located in the city of Mykolayiv, a shipbuilding port near the Black Sea. Its territory borders on the Zhovtneva railway station, providing a convenient logistic connection for the terminal’s customers.
The port’s infrastructure includes mineral fertilizers, grains, edible oils, sulfur, rock phosphate, coal, and other dry bulk transshipment facilities.
The Nika-Tera terminal includes three specialized cargo sections: a grain complex, a cargo-handling complex for ground storage of fertilizers, and a cargo-handling complex for ground storage bulk cargoes.
Having its own mineral fertilizer transshipment facilities enables OSTCHEM to build secure logistical links with its customers. The seaport also offers advantages in view of the Group’s intentions to expand into agribusiness.
The Group’s ongoing large-scale investments mean Nika-Tera should become one of the largest dry bulk terminals in Ukraine.