“We can handle much more cargo than today”, Poti Seaport director general Klaus Hall Lowrance told Business Course. The same situation is recorded in other seaports too.
“We supervise Georgia’s economic development and we develop new opportunities based on this supervision. We depend on stabilization of oil prices. We also supervise economic growth of Armenia and Azerbaijan. New opportunities are opening and we need to more develop infrastructure.
If Georgia wants to be a transit country, you should remember that it competes with other countries.
Transportation business is a global business. You should ensure efficiency in all operations and offer competitive prices”, the Poti Seaport director general noted.