Ports – Georgia

Georgia, located on the Black Sea coast in the Caucasus region, has several key ports that play an important role in its economy and international trade. In this article we will look at Georgia’s main ports, their location and functions.

  1. Port of Poti: One of the largest and most important ports of Georgia, located on the eastern coast of the Black Sea. The Port of Poti is an important transport and logistics hub serving both containerised and general cargo. It plays a key role in international trade and serves as a major port for the export and import of various commodities, including metals, oil, grain and manufactured goods.
  2. Port of Batumi: Located on the southern coast of the Black Sea, the Port of Batumi is an important port for the export of oil and oil products. It also handles containerised and general cargo, playing a significant role in the international trade and economy of the region. The Port of Batumi is also a popular port of call for cruise ships, contributing to the development of tourism.
  3. Port of Kulevi: Located on the northern coast of the Black Sea, near Poti. The Port of Kulevi specialises in the transshipment of oil and oil products. It plays a key role in Georgia’s oil infrastructure and serves as an important export hub for oil products.
  4. Port of Supsa: Located on the west coast of Georgia. The Port of Supsa is a specialised oil terminal that serves oil exports from the region. It is an important element of Georgia’s oil transport infrastructure.

Full list of official ports that exist in the region:

  • POTI (UN/LOCODE: GEPTI, Black Sea)
  • JUKMURI (Black Sea)
  • KULEVI ANCH (Black Sea)
  • POTI ANCH (Black Sea)
  • BATUMI ANCH (Black Sea)
  • SUPSA ANCH (Black Sea)

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