Batumi

General information

Name:
Batumi
Country:
Georgia
UN/Locode:
GEBUS
Local time:
Vessels in port:
27
Expected Vessels:
6
Berths:
1
Coordinates:
N 41° 39' E 041° 39'

Vessels in port

Name
Type
Arrived
Cargo Ship
23.09. 10:16
Passenger Ship
23.09. 01:53
Tanker
22.09. 23:27
Tanker
22.09. 12:17
Passenger Ship
22.09. 09:59
Cargo Ship
22.09. 08:48
Cargo Ship
20.09. 07:46
Cargo Ship
20.09. 02:42
Tanker
18.09. 21:01
Cargo Ship
18.09. 08:23

Expected Vessels

Name
Type
Expected
Passenger Ship
23.09. 14:00
Cargo Ship
24.09. 12:30
Cargo Ship
26.09. 10:00
Cargo Ship
27.09. 14:00

Sailed Vessels

Name
Type
Sailed
Passenger Ship
23.09. 01:11
Cargo Ship
21.09. 19:50
Tanker
20.09. 15:31
Cargo Ship
20.09. 00:23
Cargo Ship
19.09. 18:53
Cargo Ship
19.09. 08:27
Cargo Ship
19.09. 00:06
Passenger Ship
18.09. 14:32
Tanker
18.09. 00:29
Passenger Ship
17.09. 01:01

Latest news

Azerbaijan Launches Feeder Service in Black Sea

Fri Aug 23 09:05:18 CEST 2019 arnekiel

The Azerbaijan Caspian Shipping Company (ASCO) will launch a test voyage of a feeder vessel along the Black Sea container route Batumi-Constanta by September 20. The vessel will sail every 10 days (3 times a month). If cargo volumes increase, the growth in the number of vessels and the regularity of sailings on the line is also expected.

ICTSI inaugurates the expansion of its Batumi International Container Terminal

Fri Feb 15 10:54:37 CET 2019 arnekiel

ICTSI inaugurates the expansion of its Batumi International Container Terminal International Container Terminal Services Inc. (ICTSI) formally inaugurated the expansion of its Batumi International Container Terminal (BICT) in Georgia, the company said in its release. The expansion encompasses both the waterside and landside areas of the multipurpose terminal, intended to optimize the processing of existing cargo flows and install additional capacity to accommodate new business.

Georgia to soon choose operator of Black Sea container port

Wed Jun 15 08:07:12 CEST 2016 arnekiel

An international consortium is planning to build a $2.5 billion deepwater container terminal further north at Anaklia.

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