Poti New Terminal Corporation(PNTC) and APM Terminal Poti (Poti Sea Port Corporation, 100% owned by APM Terminals-AP Moller Maersk Group) are jointly developing a new deep-water harbor (Greenfield) for dry bulk and container handling north to the existing Poti Port.
PNTC is building a state-of-the-art dry bulk terminal within the premises of this deep-water harbour – on the APMT land on long-term concession agreement bases.
Create opportunities in bulk cargo trading for the Caucasus and Central Asian region.
Create and operate the state of art bulk cargo terminal that meets the needs of bulk cargo traders and exporters.
Client Value Creation, Reliability and Safety.
The new bulk cargo terminal
The new bulk cargo terminal is to offer the new opportunities for bulk commodity trading via Poti Port for the Caucasus and Central Asian countries.
The dry bulk cargo terminal is designed to meet the principal needs of the traders:
Possibility to load large vessels like Panamax and even small Cape Size Class
Storage facilities that can accommodate big lots of cargo, possibility to have own or dedicated warehouse in the port.
Cargo handling norms
Fast loading/discharge of the vessels or railcars due to high mechanization
Own depot for railcar storage, efficient station operation – elimination of railcars high detention/storage charges