Grain Terminal Planned at Black Sea’s Poti Port, Interfax Says

A $10 million grain terminal in the Black Sea port of Poti in Georgia is being started with capacity to store 22,000 metric tons of cereal, Interfax said, citing Zaza Gorozia, agriculture minister of Georgia.

Expansion is expected to increase capacity to 250,000 tons, for storing and exporting to Europe, the Middle East and Africa, according to the report.

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