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Road Transportation has Increased in Georgian Corridor

Road Transportation has Increased in Georgian Corridor

Rail transportation is declined in Georgian corridor, while road – increased.

According to Ministry of Economy, cargo turnover has made up 34. 3 million t in Georgian corridor through 10 months, the figure is less by 1.6 million comparing to the previous year and less 5. 8 million t if compared to 2012.

It should be noted, that cargo of 14. 9 million t has been processed in the Sea Ports and terminals in the same period, which has a decline trend in a period of 5 years. Road transportation is increased by 0. 3 million t y-o-y, turnover of the sector has been 24. 3 million t, growth is fixed from 2012.

Cargo turnover of the civil aviation is grown twice from 12. 1 thousand to 26. 1 thousand comparing to the previous year. However, cargo turnover by the railway is declined by 1. 8 million t to 10 million. To note, total loss amounts to  6. 8 million t comparing to 2012.