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APM Terminals: Pace Group Has to Follow Poti Seaport Regulations

“The so-called project 201 has to follow the restrictions exercised by the Poti Seaport, because the seaport has only one entrance channel of 10.5 meter depth and these parameters absolutely satisfy the current regulations. There are not plans for deepening the seaport further”, Klaus Holm Laursen, director general of Poti …

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APM Terminals Submits its Design for the Expansion of the Poti Port

APM Terminals Poti and Poti New Terminals Consortium have submitted a conceptual design for the first stage construction permit of Poti port expansion to the Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development of Georgia. The designs include construction, development and operation of a new breakwater, 700 meters of quay wall for …

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Poti Sea Port Announces New towage Service to Better Serve the Customers

By purchasing new tugboats APM Terminals Poti targets improved customer service Starting from 2018 the towage services in Poti Sea Port will be performed by Svitzer – a member of Maersk Transport & Logistics division, specialized in towage services, known for its professional, effective and efficient marine operations following international …

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APM Terminals: Poti Seaport has Much More Potential for Cargo Handling

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“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 …

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APM Terminals Does Not Refuse on Modernization of Poti Port

APM Terminals Does Not Refuse on Modernization of Poti Port

Despite the cargo reduction in Georgian corridor, APM Terminals does not refuse on expand plan of Poti Port. The company regards, that “expand and modernization of Poti Sea Port  is the best and the most effective way, which will help Georgia to keep links with global trade”. The company considers, that …

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