Kutaisi Free Industrial Zone

Kutaisi Free Industrial Zone started operations in 2015 and is located in the second largest city of Georgia. The zone is 19 km from Kutaisi International Airport and 95 km to the Port of Poti. More than 20,000 employees work in Kutaisi Free Industrial Zone. The zone benefits from the incentives provided to all free …

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Tbilisi Free Industrial Zone

Tbilisi Free Zone (TFZ) is the only free industrial zone in Tbilisi. It was launched in November 2015 on 170,000 sq m of land in Tbilisi. BitFury Group, world’s leading blockchain technology company, is the owner and developer of the property. TFZ seeks to attract international tenant companies to locate their export-oriented businesses in the …

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Hualing Kutaisi Free Industrial Zone

Hualing Kutaisi Free Industrial Zone offers warehouse space for lease. The location represents an important connecting hub between Tbilisi, the capital of Georgia, and Black Sea Ports of Poti and Batumi. With its convenient transportation infrastructure, such as rail, road, ports and air transport, Hualing Kutaisi FIZ can serve as an industrial, logistics and trading …

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Poti Free Industrial Zone

Poti Free Industrial Zone is the oldest and largest free zone in Georgia. It is also the most substantial in terms of business volumes handled. It is the leading free zone in the Caucasus region situated at the historic Silk Road and the gateway to international trade corridors and markets. Providing a new stimulus to …

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Batumi Port

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. American corporation …

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Poti Seaport

The Poti Sea Port is the main container port for the Republic of Georgia. It is harbor off the eastern Black Sea coast at the mouth of the Rioni River. The Poti Sea Port is a key hub in the  Trans-Caucasus Transit Corridor which links Georgia and Azerbaijan as a potential alternative transport route for …

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Tbilisi International Airport

Tbilisi International Airport is the main international airport in Georgia, located 17 km southeast of the capital Tbilisi. Additional Details Runway: Two: 3,000 m & 2,500 m International destinations: Munich, Minsk, Amsterdam, London, Doha