Kerry Logistics signs deal to build new Black Sea deepsea container port

July 4, 2018 Gavin van Marle

Hong Kong-based 3PL Kerry Logistics has signed a deal to build a third box port in the Black Sea country of Georgia.
Kerry today revealed it had signed a memorandum of understanding between partner company Globalink and Georgia’s Anaklia City JSC to develop the Anaklia deepsea port and special economic zone, some 70km north of the country’s main container gateway of Poti.
The development will turn competition in Georgia’s port sector into a three-way race ...

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