Home / Tag Archives: Gardabani

Tag Archives: Gardabani

New Milk Processing Enterprise Launched in Gardabani

The new milk processing factory – “Teleti cheese house” Ltd, which was created within the framework of “Agrobusiness”, was opened by Deputy Minister of Agriculture Giorgi Chkheidze with Kvemo Kartli governor Grigol Nemsadze and director of Agriculture Projects Management Agency, Mamuka Kvaratskhelia. The enterprise is financed in the framework of …

Read More »

C-Power is Preparing for Construction of Thermal Power Plant in Gardabani

C-Power is Preparing for Construction of Thermal Power Plant in Gardabani

Project of LTD C-Power, subsidiary company of GIG, which envisages construction of thermal power plant in Gardabani is in an active phase. The company has already signed the contract on guaranteed power purchase with the operators of energy market. According to ESCO, the Ltd “C-Power” shall insure the construction and …

Read More »

The MP Discussed Cooperation Prospect with China Tianchen Engineering Corporation

The MP Discussed Cooperation Prospect with China Tianchen Engineering Corporation

Georgian Prime Minister Giorgi Kvirikashvili met today with representatives of the China Tianchen Engineering Corporation (TCC). The parties discussed Georgia’s investment potential and prospects of cooperation. At the meeting, the growing dynamics of the economic and investment relations between Georgia and China were emphasized, and the importance of the free …

Read More »

Co-investment Fund Enlarges Planta Greenhouse Complex

Co-investment Fund Enlarges Planta Greenhouse Complex

Co-investment Fund has introduced Planta, Georgia’s largest and European-technology greenhouse on 12 hectares in Gardabani, Kvemo Kartli Region. Planta greenhouse is one of the successful investment projects and the fund finished the first phase jointly with Richel Group in spring 2015. Investment value exceeded 10 million GEL and greenhouse complex …

Read More »

ComfortMsheni XXI to Build Red Bridge-Gardabani Gas Pipeline Section

GOGC gardabani pipeline

Georgian company ComfortMsheni XXI has won the tender announced for constructing  the Red Bridge-Gardabani 19-km  section of the East-West main gas pipeline. The tender was announced on April 16, 2015 and four companies ehad submitted applications for participation: SakMilsadenMsheni, a branch of JSC NefteGazStroiIzolatsia, Rapid Engineering&Construction and ComfortMshen XXI. The …

Read More »

Henkel Completes Enterprise Construction in Gardabani

Henkel Completes Enterprise Construction in Gardabani

Henkel, one of the world’s distinguished companies from Germany, has completed the construction process of a plant in Gardabani. The plant will manufacture adhesive and coating materials. The enterprise will be officially inaugurated in the first half of May, the national investment agency of Georgia, said. “The building has been …

Read More »

US Company to Build 50 MW PV Plant in Georgia

According to the memorandum of understanding (MoU), within a year, Headwall Power International will carry out a feasibility study in Gardabani region, western Georgia. The company will prepare an environmental impact assessment report and submit a proposal for construction and operation of the future PV plant to the Ministry of …

Read More »

Three Important Projects for Business Development

Three Important Projects for Business Development

During the Cabinet Session, the government discussed three important projects: nut processing factory, tea factory and a milk processing plant will be financed within the program “Produce in Georgia“. At Senaki Municipality, specifically in the village Menji, it is planned to set up nut processing plant. This specific investment is worth …

Read More »

Germany’s Henkel Builds First Transcaucasian Factory in Georgia

Henkel Georgia

A leading German company that producers and operates some of the world’s most recognised brands and technologies is coming to Georgia. Henkel, the global producer of laundry and home care, beauty care and adhesive technologies, announced Georgia would be the base of its first plant in Transcaucasia. The new plant …

Read More »