Transport infrastructure of Slobojanshchina is one of the factors conductive to the development of Ukrainian agrarian branch potential. That’s why one of the main events of International forum on family farming development AGROPORT-2014 dedicated to the topic Modern transport logistics – methods of product transportation and storage.
We are talking about the conference AGRO-AVIA held as a part of the forum in International airport “Kharkiv”. Its speakers are:
- Vladyslav Ilyin, Head of commercial department of International airport “Kharkiv”;
- Grygoriy Shcherban, CEO of Polex Express LLC (an official operator of the cargo terminal of International airport “Kharkiv”);
- Vladymir Bondarenko, Head of phyto-sanitary inspection of Kharkiv region;
- Andriy Babaruk, Head of Southern service of State veterinary and sanitary control at the state border and transport;
- Valeriy Ostapchuk, i.A. Head of Kharkiv customs of Ministry of Revenue and Duties;
- Vladymir Zakurdaev, Rotor Ukraine LLC.
This topic as a part of AGROPORT is not accidental. The international forum is unique not only because it is one of the main agricultural events in Eastern Europe and is held under the aegis of the UN but also because it is the first time when such a great event is held on the territory of the airport.
“It is obviously that advantageous location and possibilities of transport infrastructure of Kharkiv region are not fully used for region agribusiness development. That’s why at AGRO-AVIA we want to demonstrate the potential of possible cooperation that in its turn will become a new push for growth of investment attractiveness of Slobojanshchina and increase business activity in the region”, – Vladyslav Ilyin, Head of commercial department of International airport “Kharkiv”, mentioned.
The following questions will be raised at AGRO-AVIA:
- peculiarities and rules of imports and exports of agricultural products on the territory of Ukraine;
- development and possibilities of region transport infrastructure are the main requirements when entering foreign markets;
- import and export operations in agriculture;
- possibilities and advantages in using of the cargo terminal of Kharkiv airport.
A separate block of the conference will be dedicated to the topic of general aviation in agriculture. Representatives of Rotor Ukraine LLC will tell us about the segment possibilities.
The conference is held on 17 October 2014 from 9 a.m. till 10:30 a.m. on the territory of Terminal C of International airport “Kharkiv”.
Detailed information is in AGROPORT press-service.
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AGROPORT-2014 (www.agro-port.com) is the first branch forum of family farming development in Ukraine. Target audience is farmers, agricultural companies, suppliers of raw material and equipment for agriculture, investment companies, financial structures, specialized national establishments and departments. Also representatives of the UN and FAO (Food and agricultural organization) have been invited to take part in the event.
The strategic partner is International airport “Kharkiv” (http://hrk.aero/) – one of the key objects of Slobozhanshchina capital, reconstructed in preparation for the finals of European Football Championship in 2012. Sizes of a new runway are 2500 х 45 m. Start of large-scale project was given on April 1, 2008, when New Systems AM LLC (a group of DCH, the owner – a well-known Ukrainian businessman, investor and general coordinator of Kharkiv’s preparations for Euro 2012, in 2005-2012 – the president of FC Metalist Alexander Yaroslavsky) won the competition for a long-term rent of the integral property complex of Kharkiv airport.
Reconstruction of International airport “Kharkiv” was made in the format of public-private partnership. The total investment to the project made by Alexander Yaroslavsky was $ 107.2 million (airport terminal and surrounding areas).
The amount of funding allocated from the State budget for the reconstruction of the airport complex (including construction and airfield control tower) – $ 191.3 million.