Export from Ukraine. Analysis of exports of goods transported by road through land customs crossings in 2023

Export from Ukraine. Analysis of exports of goods transported by road through land customs crossings in 2023

14.05.2024 Author: superUser1

Export from Ukraine. Analysis of exports of goods transported by road through land customs crossings in 2023.


     Ukraine occupies an advantageous geographical and strategic location in the center of Europe, being at the crossroads of world trade routes, and pan-European transport corridors, and from 2022 being part of the Trans-European Transport Network (TEN-T).

     The integration of the national transport network into international transport organizations and corridors with the development of logistics infrastructure contributed to the intensification of economic activity and the effective implementation of transit and trade potential in transforming Ukraine into a world transit hub in difficult wartime conditions.

     The following international transit corridors pass through Ukraine:

     Baltic Sea – Black Sea, Europe – Asia, North-South, BSEC, Eurasian and Cretan No. 3, Cretan No. 5, and Cretan No. 9, which have now become “dead-end”.

     Since the beginning of 2022, as a result of the blockade of ports and the cessation of air traffic, Ukrainian road carriers have become the largest transport support of the economy.

     In international comparisons in the transportation of goods by road, Ukraine has always occupied a leading position among European countries, so, according to data for 2021, with a volume of 7.79% or 1,121.23 million tons, the country was in fifth place after Germany, France, Spain, and Poland.

     Over the 12 months of 2023, 9.7 million vehicles were passed through the customs border of Ukraine. Of these, 4.8 million units were exported.

     Today, road checkpoints with Poland (BCP Yagodin, Rawa-Ruska, Krakovets, Shegini) serve 53% of cargo transportation (Poland is also the gateway to the markets of 12 more European countries), with Romania (Dyakove, Porubne, Krasnoilsk, Dyakovtsy, Belaya Church) – 18%, with Moldova (Mogilev-Podolsky, Reni) – 14%, with Hungary (Chop (Tisa), Luzhanka, Diyda) – 10%, with Slovakia (Uzhgorod) – 5%.

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