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APM Terminals Poti

The Poti Sea Port is the largest port in Georgia, handling liquids, dry bulk, passenger ferries and 80% of Georgia’s container traffic. The port serves as a European gateway for international trade in Georgia, Armenia and Azerbaijan, and is ideally located to become a hub for Central Asia trade. Read more...

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The First Direct Blocktrain arrives from China to Georgia

On 20 February 2021, the first direct blocktrain will arrive at Tbilisi Station, arriving direct from Xi’an in China. The train, which was arranged by Maersk China, carried priority cargo for a major Georgian importer, enabling the company to manage their inventories efficiently, and minimise lead time for high-value or urgent goods.

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All the way for the Customers

APM Terminals Poti has an ongoing program of developing new solutions to serve our customers, in pursuit of our ongoing goal to become the best-in-class terminal operator and to enhance customer orientation within the group. With the vision to advance customer centricity, APM Terminals Poti set a new course for satisfying our customers’ needs.

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APM Terminals Poti ending 2020 successfully with 0 LTI.

APM Terminals Poti closed 2020 with 0 LTI (Lost Time Injury) rate, meaning the year ended with zero Personal Injury Incidents. This is a remarkable achievement, particularly considering the safety challenges of the port industry and the relatively poor safety culture and environment in our region.

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