Batumi Port

Georgia - ბათუმის პორტი

Batumi Sea Port Georgia ბათუმის პორტი 简体中文:巴统米港口,格鲁吉亚 한국어: 바투미 항구, 조지아 日本語: バトゥミ港、ジョージア ไทย: ท่าเรือบาตูมี، จอร์เจีย हिन्दी: बाटूमी पोर्ट, जॉर्जिया বাংলা: বাটুমি বন্দর, জর্জিয়া русский: Порт Батуми, Грузия العربية: ميناء باتومي، جورجيا

Batumi Port is the main oil and gas port in Georgia as well as for non-containerized cargo handling. Kazakhstan’s national oil and gas company JSC NC KazMunaiGaz is the operator of the port. Currently there are five terminals and 11 berths. The total throughput of the Port is 18 million tons per year.

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As an investment from 2008 to date, the BSP was attracted 48 million US dollars.
Highly professional team, developed infrastructure, advantageous location and versatility, allow to provide consumers with a wide range of high quality services in the optimal terms.
Dynamic growth of cargo turnover is evidence of inexhaustible production opportunities and purposeful, active work. The port comes to a new level and will continue to develop, as it has the potential to achieve even better results.
The list of processed goods includes:

  • Metal products
  • Ore concentrates
  • Grain
  • Cement
  • Fertilizers
  • Corn & technical oils
  • Building materials
  • Raw sugar
  • Others

Currently in Port there are 5 terminals and 11 berths + CBM (point without berthing loading). The total throughput of the Port is 18 million tons per year. The number of ships of the port fleet totals 13 units. The enterprise has implemented and maintains a quality management and environmental protection system certified by the independent Bureau Veritas Certification for compliance with international standards

The international cooperation at Batumi Port

Batumi port takes part in many transport projects and corridors, being a participant of the Trans-Caspian International Transport Route TITR, the Eurasian transport corridor TRACECA and the Association of ports of the Black and Azov Seas BASPA.
The Coordination Committee for Development was established with the aim of attracting transit, pursuing a coordinated policy on setting tariffs for the transport of goods (cross-cutting rates), developing infrastructure and creating a joint integrated logistics product.

Operating data


  2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021
Dry cargo turnover, thousand MT 1 203 1 046 862 795 1189 694.5 913 1 211
Oil&oil products, million MT 4.5 3.9 3.4 2.1 1.0 0.9 1.2 1.5
Containers turnover, TEU 61980 54695 55781 76025 90002 116081 103302 99187
Ships call, unit 585 570 663 527 584 578 589 567