According to data for 10 months of 2018, Georgian seaports handled 12.4 million tons of cargo, which is 1.1 million tons and 8% less than in the same period of 2017.
In particular, the losses of the Poti port amounted to 5 million tons, the port handled 5, 1 million tons of dry cargo.
The port of Batumi handled 3 million tons, which is 400,000 less than in the same period of 2017.
Kulevi oil terminal handled 1, 1 ton of cargo, which is 300,000 less than in the same period in 2017, the Supsa terminal – 3 million (100,000 tons less).
The opposite situation is in container traffic, which in Batumi and Poti increased by 15, 7% and amounted to 370 128 units, of which 296 320 – in the port of Batumi.
In 10 months, 33.2 million tons of cargo were handled in Georgian ports, which is 200,000 tons less than in the same period of 2017.