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Bulk Cargo Terminal

In 2018, APM Terminals Poti and the Poti New Terminals Consortium signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) for a USD 100 million dollar investment in a new bulk cargo 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.

In 2018, the Port commissioned a new, state-of-the-art, revolving spreader to load copper concentrate into bulk vessels. The spreaders are designed to improve efficiency and minimise the impact on the environment during bulk cargo loading operations. The revolving spreader attaches to a Mobile Harbour Crane in the same way that regular spreaders do. Once suspended over the hold of a vessel, it turns the container upside down and deposits the contents at the bottom of the vessel’s hold. As the product is loaded into the vessel, a hatch-mounted misting system prevents the copper dust from being blown away.

Tug boat service

Tug boat service

In 2017, APM Terminals Poti added two Svitzer Azimuth Stern-Drive (ASD) tugboats to significantly improve harsh weather operating capabilities and night time navigation through the entrance channel. 

These advanced tugboats provide customers with enhanced night-time navigation and safer towage during harsh weather conditions. This translates into faster turn times for vessels, more berthing windows to fit last minute changes to sailing schedules and the opportunity to welcome even longer, larger vessels.

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