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Georgian Seaports Lose 1.1 million Tons of Cargo

Georgian Seaports have lost 1.1 million tons of cargo.

According to the January-October indicators, four seaports of Georgia handled 12.4 million tons of cargo, down 8% year on year.
All four seaports have recorded downturn tendencies. Poti Seaport handled 5.1million tons of dry and bulk cargo, down 5 million tons year on year.
Batumi Seaport handled 3 million tons of cargo, down 0.4 million tons.

Kulevi handled 1.1 million tons of cargo, down 0.3 million tons year on year; Supsa handled 3 million tons, down 0.1 million tons.
Opposite tendencies are recorded in container turnover. Batumi and Poti Seaports handled 370 128 TEU containers, up 15.7% year on year.
It is noteworthy that in January-October, Georgia handled 33.2 million tons of cargo, down 200 000 tons year on year.