Logistics City Tbilisi
- Country: Georgia
- Mode: Multimodal
- Investment Volume: 41,3 Million EU
- Project status: Priority
Applicant, Sponsor, Beneficiary, Promoter
Beneficiaries - Georgia, Promoter- Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development of Georgia
Located in the South Caucasus region International Logistics Center should be located in 15 km from Tbilisi city centre.
Total area 63 ha.
Future logistics trends have been identified and the site's development potential has been considered, and following three functional areas have been defined:
- Logistics Services: transport, handling and storage facilities for logistics providers and operators (land allocation: about 55%).
- Container Terminal: combined transhipment module rail-road, container service centre with container depot and empty container storage, container packing, container repair and cleaning (land allocation: about 30%).
- Logistics-Intensive Industries and Trade: manufacturing and commercial enterprises with high-level or specialized needs for logistics services (land allocation: about 15%).
Economic Description / Assessment
The establishment of an international logistics centre integrated into an international network along the TRACECA corridor enables the further strengthening of the regional logistics sector and intermodal transport. The future ILC at TAM-Logistics City Tbilisi (LCT) with its logistics facilities and services, will mainly support the local industrial, agricultural and aviation sector as well as further options for cross-border intermodal transport. In addition it will form a basis and nucleus for more efficient and competitive cargo export and regional cargo import distribution in Tbilisi catchment area as well as enhanced marketing of national goods and products at international markets.
Other involved Parties
Tbilisi Aircraft Manufacturing (TAM), Georgian Railways, Financing Institutions, Operators and other possible Donor.
Vakhtang Mikelaishvili, Chanturia str. 12, 0108, Tbilisi, Georgia,
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