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Georgian Corridor Lost 6 mln t Cargos through the Last 4 Years

Georgian Corridor Lost 6 mln t Cargos through the Last 4 Years

Georgian corridor transferred cargo 38,3 million t in11 months of the previous year.

According to Ministry of Economy, the decline is 4.4% y-o-y, while the corridor has lost 6,4 million t cargos comparing to January-November, 2012. Transport shipment is insignificantly grown up to 27,4 million t, however air shipment has grown sharply from 13 000 to 28,9 thousand. Rail shipment is declined by 13 million to 10, 9 million.

As for Sea Ports and Terminals, cargo turnover of 11 months has made up 16.1 million. Decline of 1.5 million has been fixed comparing to the same period of the previous year. Cargo turnover of Poti Port has constituted 5.1 million; Supsa Terminal has processed 3.8 million t cargo, while Kulevi terminal served 1.5 million t cargo.

Batumi Sea Port has processed 46 728 TEU containers in the same period (2015 .11 – 49 615 TEU), Poti Port – 256 475 (2015.11 – 293 315 TEU).