05 August 2008 11:07 [Source: ICIS news]
LONDON (ICIS news)--Ammonia shipments from the Black Sea port of Yuzhny totalled 255,965 tonnes in July, down 46,963 tonnes from June as a result of reduced supply due to Ukrainian plant shutdowns, customs data showed on Tuesday.
While shipments of Russian ammonia totalled 199,865 tonnes, up from 182,459 tonnes in June, shipments of ammonia from Ukrainian producers reached just 56,100 tonnes in July compared to the 120,469 tonnes in the previous month.
Odessa Port Plant (OPZ) started a 40 day turnaround at one of its units in mid-July. Meanwhile, DniproAzot,
Of interest in July was the shipment of 23,098 tonnes from Yuzhny to
Other export destinations last month were
Yuzhny is a major trading port in the Black Sea, while the
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