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Old April 27th, 2015, 04:36 PM   #1
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Poti Sea Port | 12 million tons

The Poti Sea Port is a major seaport and harbor off the eastern Black Sea coast at the mouth of the Rioni River in Poti, Georgia. Its UN/LOCODE is GEPTI and is located at 42°9′18″N 41°39′16″E
The Poti seaport is a cross point of the Trans-Caucasian Corridor/TRACECA, a multinational project which connects the Romanian port of Constanţa and Bulgarian port Varna with the landlocked countries of the Caspian region and Central Asia.

The construction of a seaport at Poti was conceived shortly after 1828, when the Russian Empire reconquered the town from the Ottoman Empire which controlled it since the fractioning of the Kingdom of Georgia. In 1858, Poti was granted the status of a port city, but it was not until 1899 when, under the patronage of the mayor of Poti Niko Nikoladze, the construction entered the sprint stages and was completed by 1907. The seaport has since reconstructed several times, most recently under the sponsorship of the Dutch government and the European Union.
In 2007, the total throughput was 7.7 million tons and container handling was 185,000 TEU.

n April 2008, Georgia sold a 51 percent stake of the Poti port area to the Ras Al Khaimah Investment Authority (RAKIA), a company owned by the emirate of Ras Al Khaimah, a member of the United Arab Emirates (UAE). RAKIA was tasked with managing the new port terminal and, through its Georgian subsidiary RAKIA Georgia Free Industrial Zone LLC, with developing a Free Industrial Zone (FIZ) in a 49-year management concession. The new FIZ was officially inaugurated by the President of Georgia Mikheil Saakashvili on 15 April 2008.[3] In 2009, RAKIA UAE acquired the remaining 49 percent stake of the port. However, following the Dubai debt crisis of November 2009, Sheikh Sheikh Saud Bin Saqr decided to sell off most assets held abroad in October 2010. This focus on domestic priorities was prompted by the disputed succession in Ras Al Khaimah following the death of Saud's father, Sheikh Saqr Bin Muhammad Al Qasimi, and the need for Saud Bin Saqr to provide for his subjects. Subsequently, 80 percent of the port was sold in April 2011 to APM Terminals, a unit of Denmark's A.P. Moller-Maersk. On 8 September 2011, RAKIA Georgia FIZ decided to alienate 15 percent of its shares in favor of Georgian businessman Gela ("Zaza") Mikadze in recognition of his management, making him a minority partner in the FIZ. Mikadze owns these shares through the UK based Manline Projects LLP company, which is owned by offshore companies belonging to Mikadze.

Max. Capacity - 600 000 TEU

Max.Capacity in 2017 - 1 million TEU





Water area – 65.34 ha;
● Length of approach channel – 1.6 km;
● Length of breakwater – 1.8 km;
● Operating area – 30.0 ha;
● Total Capacity – 12 million ton;
● Total length of berth’s – 2.9 km;
● Total length of railway - 17.0 km;
● Direct access to hinterland ways;
● 100 hectare of development area;
● General and Break bulk Cargoes;
● Conventional and Project Cargoes;
● Liquid Cargoes;
● RO-RO and FERRY Terminals;
● Container Terminals;
● Multi-Purpose Terminal;

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6 წლიანი პაუზის შემდეგ, ბურგასი-ფოთი-ნოვოროსიისკის საბორნე მიმოსვლა განახლდა

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6 წლიანი პაუზის შემდეგ, ბურგასი-ფოთი-ნოვოროსიისკის საბორნე მიმოსვლა განახლდა. საბორნე მიმოსვლას გემი „დრუჟბა" ახორციელებს, რომლის ქართველი წარმომადგენელი თემურ ბარქაია აცხადებს, რომ ბორანი სამკუთხედზე მოძრაობს და საშიში, ფეთქებადი და საავტომობილო ტვირთების გადაზიდვებს ახორციელებს. ასევე ხორციელდება სამგზავრო გადაზიდვებიც.

ბარქაია აცხადებს, რომ გემმა 4-5 საცდელი რეისი უკვე გააკეთა, ხოლო 1 ივლისიდან რეგულარული რეისების განხორციელება დაიწყო. რეისები თვეში 3-ჯერ, ბულგარულ მხარესთან შეთანხმებით ხორციელდება.

მისი ინფორმაციით, აქტივობა ბურგასი-ფოთი-ნოვოროსიისკის პირველ რეგულარულ რეისზე დიდი არ იყო და ის 8 დიდი მანქანით შემოფარგლა. მიუხედვად ამისა, ბარქაია იმედოვნებს, რომ მომავალში ეს რაოდენობა გაიზრდება.

„ლარის საბაჟო გამშვებ პუნქტზე დიდი პრობლემაა, რიგია, ამას ემატება ზამთრის პერიოდში დიდი თოვლი, რაც რიგებს უფრო მეტად ზრდის, შედეგად, ეს ბორანი ერთადერთი ალტერნატიული გზაა", - აცხადებს ბარქაია.

მისივე პროგნოზით, ბურგასი-ფოთი-ნოვოროსიისკის საბორნე მიმართულებაზე 80 პროცენტით დატვირთვა მაინც სატვირთო კუთხით იქნება. თუმცა, მისივე თქმით, ზაფხულის პერიოდში სამგზავრო გადაზიდვებიც გააქტიურდება, რადგან ტურისტებისთვის გემით მიმოსვლა ბევრად უფრო კომფორტულია.

გარდა ამისა, შესაძლოა აჭარლებმა მანდარინის მოსავალი სწორედ აღნიშნული ბორანის მიმართულებით გაიტანონ. გემი ფოთიდან ნოვოროსიისკში 16 საათში ჩადის.

ბარქაია აცხადებს, რომ ფასები 500 ევროდან იწყება. ტარიფს განსაზღვრავს ტვრითის სახეობა, რაოდენობა და ასე შემდეგ.

როგორც ბარქაია აცხადებს, შემდეგი რეისი დაგეგმილია 17 და 30 ივლისს. ბორანი შესაძლოა ფოთის ნაცვლად ბათუმში იმ შემთხვევაში შევიდეს,თუ ფოთის პორტი გადატვირთულია.

ბარქაია აცხადებს, რომ ბორანი 150 ტრაილერს და 250 მგზავრს იტევს.

რაც შეეხება ფოთსა და ბულგარეთის ქალაქ ბურგასს შორის საბორნე მიმოსვლას,ბარქაიას ინფორმაციით, ფოთსა და ბულგარეთის ქალაქ ბურგასს შორის საბორნე მიმოსვლა 2014 წლის აგვისტოში აღდგამ და ის დღეს 70-80 პროცენტიანი დატვირთვით ხორციელდება.

„თუ ადრე ამ მიმართულებაზე ერთ რეისზე 2-3 ავტომანქანა იყო, ახლა ეს რაოდენობა დაახლოებით 25-30 პროცენტით იზრდება"-აცხადებს ბარქაია.

ბარქაია აცხადებს, რომ ფოთი-ბურგასი-ნოვოროსიისკის მიმართულეებით საბორნე მიმოსვლა 2009 წელს შეწყდა. აქამდე კი ის, ყირიმში არსებული პრობლემების გამო ვერ ხორციელდებოდა.

2014 წელს ფოთის პორტში აცხადებდნენ, რომ საბორნე მიმოსვლის აღდგენა ევროკავშირთან თავისუფალი სავაჭრო სივრცის ამოქმედებამ და მოთხოვნის ინტენსიურობამ გამოიწვია. ნავსადგურში ასევე სახმელეთო ტრანსპორტთან შედარებით, ბორანის უპირატესობებზე საუბრობდენ და ამბობდნენ, რომ ის გაცილებით სწრაფი ტრანსპორტია.
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Port and terminal operator APM Terminals Poti has signed an agreement with Poti New Terminals Consortium for a new bulk cargo terminal.

On January 12, the parties inked a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) for a USD 100 million dollar investment in the terminal that can process 1.5 million tons of dry bulk cargo annually and generate new trade opportunities for customers in the Georgian transit corridor.

The new terminal is expected to be built on APM Terminals Poti land and infrastructure and will entail the construction, development and operation of a new breakwater, dry bulk cargo terminal and related infrastructure to serve bulk cargo customers.

Poti New Terminals’ expertise will design, develop and manage the dry bulk cargo terminal to today’s world-class port standards.

APM Terminals Poti is a Black Sea gateway port serving the logistics industry in the Caucasus and Central Asia markets.
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APM Terminals Takes a Step toward Poti Port Expansion

APM Terminals Poti and Poti New Terminals Consortium have submitted a conceptual design for the first stage construction permit of Poti port expansion.

Submitted 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 dry bulk, containerized and general cargo.

“After high-level and in-depth negotiations with authorities, cargo owners, equity partners and financial institutions we concluded that Poti will continue as the prime access to the Caucasian and the Central Asian markets,” Klaus Laursen, Managing Director APM Terminals Poti, said.

The project plan entails a 14.5-meter water depth at the 700-meter quay wall and 25 hectares of dedicated land for the bulk operation for yard and covered storage facilities for various cargo types, including grain, ore, and minerals.

“The new bulk port will handle cargo lots up to 60.000 tons / vessel creating new cost-effective opportunities for cargo owners in Georgia, Azerbaijan, Armenia and other central Asian countries,” Laursen added.
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US OPIC to invest $50 million in new sea port and terminal in Georgia

A new port and terminal will be built in Georgia’s Black Sea port town of Poti, announces Georgian Prime Minister Mamuka Bakhtadze.

The US Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC) will invest $50 million in a new port and terminal, while the project will be implemented by the PEI Group.

Bakhtadze said that the project will play an important role in the government’s mission of turning Georgia into a regional centre.

“I have repeatedly said that the main goal of our strategy is to turn Georgia into an economic center for the region, and logistics is of particular importance in this regard. This will be a modern terminal complex that will bring special changes to the country and the regional economy”, he said.

He added that the participation of the American Government Finance Institute in this project and the funding of $50 million from OPIC once again confirms that Georgia is a reliable and important partner for the US.

“It is of particular importance for me that the economic dimension is becoming more and more important in our relationship“, Bakhtadze added.

He said that OPIC has made a great contribution to the economy of Georgia as it was one of the first international organisations that started financing projects in Georgia.

So far OPIC has invested almost $600 million in 60 projects.
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OPIC invests $50 mln in new Pace Terminal in Poti, Georgia

The US Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC) will invest $50 million in a new terminal in Georgia’s Black Sea port town of Poti.

The agreement was signed today between the OPIC and Pace Georgia.

The project will be the first port in Poti to handle large vessels up to 253 meters in length and with a capacity to carry up to 50,000 tonnes of cargo. The project will also update existing port infrastructure to include a modern hydraulic system. The improved port will increase trading capacity for the country, which is an important transit link to connect Central Asia and Europe”, read the public information summary of the project.

The OPIC has made a great contribution to the economy of Georgia as it was one of the first international organisations that started financing projects in Georgia.
http://agenda.ge/en/news/2019/1297
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Deep sea port will not be built in Poti, construction permit cancelled

A deep sea port in Georgia’s Black Sea port town of Poti will not be built as the construction permit for the port has been cancelled, says Georgian Economy Minister Natia Turnava.

First of all, I would like to say that this document is not a construction permit. This is the document on the pre-conditions for land use issued by one of our agencies, namely, by the order of the Head of the Agency for Construction and Technical Supervision – this issue was not agreed upon with any member of the government or with me, personally”, said Turnava.

In addition, as it turned out, the document was issued through a violation of certain procedures. Therefore, today we have made a decision to cancel this document, and the head of the agency has been dismissed from his position”, she added.

Information about the construction of a new deep-sea port in Poti was released yesterday and it was announced that $250 million would be spent on the project “through European investment”
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Construction of modern port terminal kicks off in Poti, with unprecedented $50mln funding from US OPIC

The PACE group, the largest transportation company in Georgia, has launched the construction of a new, modern terminal in Poti Port, western Georgia, the project worth of $120 million.

The group, which operates eight Poti port berths and Pace terminal, has received $50 million in funding from the US Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC), which is the largest investment by OPIC in the Caucasus.

Located over 25 hectares, the new terminal will require dredging work to take place in the harbor to a depth of 12 m, which will result in the sea port being able to accept vessels up to 253M in length and with a load capacity up to 50,000 tonnes,” PACE Group said.

The company says that after the implementation of the project, cargo turnover will increase by 2.5 million tonnes, almost doubling the company’s current annual cargo turnover of three million tonnes.
https://agenda.ge/en/news/2019/2638
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Container ship begins operating between Georgian and Ukrainian ports

A container ship has begun operating between Georgian and Ukrainian ports, announces Georgian Railway.

The first container ship has entered the Poti Black Sea port today.

The ship will operate once a week.

The initiative will reduce time to carry cargo between Europe and Asia and will reduce tariffs.

The ship operating between Georgia and Ukraine will increase Georgian rail freight turnover, increase the traffic intensity of block trains and increase the competitiveness of the Georgian railway corridor, the company says.
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In October 2019, the number of sea arrivals to Georgia’s Black Sea port in Poti have increased by 52 per cent, compared to the same period of last year.

In October 2018, there were 158 arrivals of ships to Poti port, while this number reached 241 in October 2019.

The number of visits to Poti port by international visitors amounted to 2,284 in October 2019, which is an increase of 88 per cent compared to October 2018.
https://agenda.ge/en/news/2019/3058

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