One of the global leaders of logistics sector – Agility Group – is considering cooperation opportunities with Georgia. As Tarek Sultan Al Essa, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the company has stated after his meeting with Mamuka Bakhtadze, Prime Minister of Georgia in Davos, Georgia offers excellent opportunities to serve as a regional hub.
Focus was made at the meeting on the connectivity infrastructure and logistics projects, along with the potential existing in Georgia towards this end.
“We are very optimistic towards results that may be attrained through this cooperation. It is clear that Georgia has excellent and unparalleled opportunities to serve as a regional hub. On the one hand, substantial investments are made in ports and connectivity with neighboring countries, which is very important. Equally important is the progressive leadership, which tries to reform the business environment to further ease doing business in the country. Geo-political position of Georgia is well suited to the practical implementation of the strategy designed by the authorities of the country” noted the CEO of Agility Group after his meeting with the Head of Government of Georgia today.
Agility Global Integrated Logistics is a global leader in integrated logistics with presence in 100 countries of the world with its 500 offices and 22 000 employees. Annual revenues of the company amount 4.6 BLN USD.