(MENAFN- Trend News Agency)
Georgia's Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili discussed the
potential of the country's Black Sea Port of Poti and the increased
interest in the Trans-Caspian Middle Corridor with officials from
APM Terminals, the managing company of the port, trend reports with reference
to agenda .
Igor Van der Essen, APM Terminals Regional Director for Europe
and Asia and Julián Fernández, APM Terminals Poti General Director,
met the Georgian official, with the discussion emphasising the
development of modern infrastructure at the Port as being of
“particular importance” in light of the growing cargo flow, the
Georgian Government Administration said.
The Administration also said the APM Terminals representatives
had expressed willingness for ensuring more investments and
modernising the existing infrastructure of the Port, with the
meeting also touching on its potential expansion.
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