Batumi International Container Terminal LLC
Its central geographic location and natural deep-water harbor makes BICT the gateway of container and general cargo to Caucasus and Central Asia.
With a favorable strategic and geopolitical location, Batumi Sea Port has historically been a logistics center in the Caucasus. Georgia has another storied reputation: as the world’s “cradle of wine,” with BICT helping bring the country’s distinctive wines to European, Asian, and other markets.
- Laden Feedermax vessels easily accommodated in BICT all year-round
- Georgia's "Free Trade Agreement with 900 million markets and access without customs duty" contributing to the stability of this continuously growing investment destination
- One-stop shop for stevedoring, handling, storage, stripping and delivery or receipt of containers and cargo with its modern container handling equipment and operating systems
- Set to have further improved performance with the completion of the yard extension, a new warehouse and a new dedicated gate for container trucks
Batumi Port is a main transportation trade point in the Black Sea basin. Batumi, with its large port and commercial center, is also the last stop of the Transcaucasian railroad and the Baku oil pipeline. It is situated some 20 kilometers from the Turkish border.