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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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Poti Seaport Records 15.1% Upturn in Container Shipping

Poti Seaport has registered a 15.1% upturn in container shipping in January-March 2018, as compared to the same period of 2017. According to APM Terminals Poti, 82 039 TEU containers were handled at Poti Seaport in 2018, up from 71 299 TEU year on year. Ratio of refrigerator-containers in total …

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Poti Seaport Makes Our Corridor Development Perspectives Questionable

“Poti Seaport makes the Black Sea corridor development perspectives questionable”, Minister of Transport Merab Adeishvili wrote on his own Social network page. Cargo turnover in the Black Sea seaports made up 500mln tons in 2016, he said. Novorosiisk – 131.4mln tons; Constanza – 46.2mln tons;  Iujni – 39.2mkn tons; Kavkaz …

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Negotiations Underway With New Investor on Poti FIZ Sales

Negotiations Underway With New Investor on Poti FIZ Sales

Negotiations are underway with a new investor on sales of Poti free industrial zone (FIZ), Minister of Economy Dimitri Kumsishvili noted. The major industrial group will be named in about 60 days, he added. Arab Rakia (RAS Al Khaimah Investment Authority) remains in Georgia. Government of Georgia keeps very good, best …

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Poti Seaport Natural Monopolist: Small Shipping Companies May Disappear From The Market

In the globalization era, when economic borders between countries turn invisible, in practice, the role of transportation companies acquire vital importance. The economic development of the country largely depends on the transportation sector tendencies, while shipping companies are facing essential problems at this stage.  Unsatisfactory infrastructure, monopolistic conditions of several …

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