APM Terminals has announced that it will invest more than US$100 million to increase the capacity of the Poti Port over the next three years.
The plans include the build of both new container and bulk cargo facilities and the deepening of the port’s harbor. This expansion will increase Poti’s capacity by a further 50 percent, according to APM Terminals.
Poti Sea Port, the largest port in the Republic of Georgia, is capable of handling liquid and dry bulk, ferries as well as containers.
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