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Azerbaijan and Netherlands Seeking to Link Each Other’s ports

Azerbaijan and the Netherlands are cooperating on development of the Baku Sea Trade Port and its connection with the Dutch ports, Ambassador of the Netherlands to Azerbaijan Onno Kervers told Trend. “Representatives of specific hubs in the Netherlands study the ways to share expertise and would like to study the …

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Iran, Azerbaijan Eye to Boost Trade Ties between Ports

Iranian ports and the Baku International Sea Trade Port in Azerbaijan are keen to increase trade and transport. Deputy CEO of Ports and Maritime Organization (PMO) for Maritime Affairs of Iran Hadi Haghshenas said to Azernews that talks are underway in this direction, adding that more efforts will be put …

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Kazakhstan Keen to Increase oil Transportation Through Azerbaijan

Kazakhstan Keen to Increase oil Transportation Through Azerbaijan

Kazakh national oil transportation company KazTransOil is conducting work to increase oil transportation through Azerbaijan via railway for further loading of the Batumi oil terminal on the Black Sea coast of Georgia, Kazakhstan’s Energy Ministry told Trend. The Batumi oil terminal is fully owned by KazTransOil. According to the ministry, …

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Port of Baku to Cooperate With Bulgarian Ports

Port of Baku to Cooperate With Bulgarian Ports

Azerbaijan and Bulgaria, which have well-established bilateral ties, may soon expand their cooperation to the sphere of port service operations. The Baku International Sea Trade Port (Port of Baku), the oldest and largest port on the Caspian Sea signed a memorandum of understanding with the Bulgarian Ports Infrastructure Company. The document, …

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The largest Companies are Combating for Operating Anaklia Sea Port

The largest Companies are Combating for Operating Anaklia Sea Port

Pre-construction works at the area of Anaklia Port are in active phase. Executive director of “Anaklia Development Consortium” has declared to GBC, that  underwater geological works are being conducted at the area, which is carried by one of the best Dutch maritime construction company in the world “Van Oord”. The …

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Conti Group: Anaklia Sea Port Will Receive the First Ship Late in 2019

Conti Group: Anaklia Sea Port Will Receive the First Sheep Late in 2019

“Anaklia Sea Port will be built with maximum security of ecology”, – Paul Force, Vice President at the Conti Group declares, whose aim is to get in the list of eco projects. Paul Force made the statement after the discussion of technical details of Anaklia Deep Sea Water Port. The meeting was attended …

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Khazaradze: Interests Towards Anaklia Deep Sea Water Port is Big

Khazaradze: Interests Towards Anaklia Deep Sea Water Port is Big

“Anaklia Development Consortium” holds meetings with investors for development of Anaklia Port and Free Economic Zone. Mamuka Khazaradze, one of the founder of the Consortium  tries to interest Arab investors, who pays his official visit jointly with Georgian MP in the United Arab Emirates. Khazharadze declares, that interests towards Anaklia Port …

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Cargo Turnover is Declined by 37% to Georgian Ports

Cargo Turnover is Declined by 37% to Georgian Ports

Georgia starts construction of another big port, but cargo turnover is declined in Georgian Ports. Georgian Sea Ports and Terminals have merely processed cargo of 1,2 million t in January of this year, which is less by 0,7 million comparing to January of 2015. Container number is reduced by 42%  …

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SOCAR Reduces Oil Export from Georgian Supsa Port

Supsa

The State Oil Company of Azerbaijan (SOCAR) exported 2.37 million tons of oil from Georgian Supsa port from Jan.-Oct. 2015, or 6.4 percent less than in the same period in 2014, said the message from the company. SOCAR exported 338,590 tons of oil from Supsa in October 2015, compared to …

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Argus Caspian and Black Sea Transportation Corridor 2015

Georgian Railway

Government of Ajara and Georgian Railway will organize Argus Caspian and Black Sea Transportation Corridor international conference, which will be held 16-17 September 2015 in Batumi. Partners of the conference are The largest transport and logistic companies such as Georgia Transit, Petrocas Energy Group, Batumi Sea Port, Batumi Oil Terminal, Caspian …

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