INVESTMENT PROPOSAL: a land plot for creation of a river complex and a logistics terminal in the urban-type settlement of Kurylivka

According to experts of the EU technical assistance project «Assistance to the transport development of the Dnieper River», the significant potential of the country’s main waterway, the Dnieper River is used by less than 10%. At the same time, only 1% of the total volume of cargo transportation in Ukraine is carried out by inland waterways.

With the aim of developing river logistics in the Dnipropetrovsk region, Kurylivsky village council offers a land plot on the banks of the Dnieper River, with an area of ​​1,2 hectares, to create a complex for the provision of logistics and services.

The main goals of this proposal are:

  • provision of services to vessels that pass by the land plot;
  • provision of services for the storage and transshipment of products of industrial and agricultural enterprises located in the region;
  • creation of new workplaces;
  • development of the logistics sphere in order to increase tax revenues to the budget.

It should be noted that one of the main regional highways – T 0412 – runs along the proposed land plot.

The economic indicators of this proposal will be calculated depending on the project of creating a river complex and a logistics terminal, and the main mechanism of cooperation is the lease of a plot through an auction.

We suggest that you acquaint yourself with the proposal in more detail by the link.

If your company is interested in the proposal and wants to become an investor or partner, we invite you to cooperation. Personal manager ─ Anton Druzhynin, E-mail:, tel.: 056 742 86 34.

Land plot diagram

*The creation of river complexes and logistics terminals is a promising business, and the transportation of goods by river is more expedient than by road or rail. The energy efficiency of water transport is undeniable, because 1 liter of fuel per 1 km by river transport can carry 127 tons of cargo, while the same amount of fuel is needed to transport 97 tons of cargo by rail, or 50 tons by road. These are the indicators that were presented in a study conducted by specialists from the Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute.