Grainlane: The European Commission has launched a platform for the export of Ukrainian grain
The European Commission, together with V_labs and Rail Cargo Group, has launched Grainlane, a trading platform for grain, which will help optimize grain exports from Ukraine to EU member states.
This is stated in the Ministry of Agrarian Policy and Food message.
As noted, it is intended for selling and purchasing agricultural products, uniting and strengthening contacts between representatives of European logistics and Ukrainian traders and farmers at the international level.
“A feature of the platform is that both trade and transport requests will be placed on it at the same time, facilitating the process of organizing export deliveries. Representatives of European logistics will be able to resolve organizational issues with Ukrainian partners. The latter will be able to find partners for the export of their products in a few clicks, as well as new logistics solutions,” the message explains.
Such a mechanism should speed up matching supply and demand opportunities, and this guarantees full transparency of supply and demand and optimal logistics for products.
The platform is available via the link in English and German.
“If the Grainlane platform is widely in demand among representatives of Ukrainian traders and farmers, additional functions will be added to it: a border crossing specification or a short-term logistics demand database,” the message concludes.