September 18, 2018
Operating results of Batumi Sea Port Ltd
Cargo turnover of BSP for the reporting period amounted to 791 135 tons, which exceeds the volume of transshipment for the same period in 2017 by 70% or 324 725 tons.
In the reporting period, goods showed positive dynamics being totally increased by 377 589 tons, while 37% of this increase was provided by additional volumes of ammonium nitrate. The following indicators are increased as well: metal products (Steel reinforced bars)– 42%, packaged goods (laminate) – 29%, liquid cargo (oils) -9 %, Also soybean was added in the list of processed goods.
Statistics and dynamics of the past years , as well as trends in the global market make it possible to predict the growth of cargo turnover in the coming years.
In order to increase cargo turnover in the future, Batumi Sea Port considers the investment project with the company of Wondernet. This project envisages the construction of transit terminals and storage facilities for the purpose of obtaining, storing and loading mineral fertilizers from Central Asia. The terminal's project production capacity allows processing of mineral fertilizers up to 1 200 000 tons per year. At this stage proceeds the development and preparation of design estimates.
|July 22, 2021||On July 16, 2021, the Batumi Sea Port Ltd accepted for the first time the vessel of "Arborella”|
|June 14, 2021||June 11, 2021 on the territory of the LLC "Batumi Seaport" officially opened a multimodal terminal. Terminal specialization: transfer of mineral fertilizers.|
|June 14, 2021||On June 11, 2021, a working meeting was held in the Port of Batumi between the management of the Batumi Oil Terminal, the Batumi Sea Port and the Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Ambassador of Japan to Georgia, Mr. Iamamura Akira.|
|June 14, 2021||Floating crane “Chernomorets-9” for rent.
Tariff rental rate and terms of cooperation are negotiable
|May 28, 2021||The Batumi Sea Port Ltd supported the initiative of the state authorities of Georgia and Kazakhstan to start vaccinating personnel against the Covid-19 coronavirus. The Port Administration informed that this decision allows returning quickly to normal operation.
"Our company is ready to step up vaccination, dispel the doubts of those who have not yet decided to get vaccinated.|
|April 27, 2021||On April 23, 2021, the Administration of Batumi Sea Port LLC held a working meeting with Deputy Minister of Economy and Sustainable Development of Georgia Guram Guramishvili, First Deputy Minister of Infrastructure of Ukraine Dmitry Abramovich, as well as with the Head of the Georgian Maritime Transport Agency Tamar Ioseliani|