Georgian Logistic Group was founded through American investment and provides international transportation services.
GLG’s slogan is Validating trust through quality. Our core values are providing service of the highest quality and confirming partners’ trust.
Since GLG’s creation four years ago, we have been building partner trust through our global logistics chain and high quality of service provided by our young but qualified staff.
GLG has offices in Tbilisi, Batumi, and Poti. Continue reading
We are pleased to inform you that the latest underground communications methods ‘Without digging’ were introduced in Georgia, Innovative service belongs to UBG, one of the member companies of “EU-Georgia Business Council”.
Old pipes trenchless replacement with new ones might be implemented during underground communications repair works in the city or within the territories the factories. Developed technology gives opportunity to replace steel, cast iron and non-metal pipes (diameter 100 mm to 350 mm) of plastic pipes (diameter 160 mm to 400 mm) using a trenchless method to change.
Technology essence lies in the fact that special nozzle-expansion tool is installed on the crack mechanism, which is attached to the entrance well. The car joins the air permeable pipe and cable winch (the “rope thrown over”), which will pass through the pipeline for changing the station. Continue reading
EUGBC team welcomes its new corporate member – Batumi High Maritime Engineering School ANRI LLC.
ANRI was set up in June, 2000 as “Maritime Training Centre”, Ltd. Since August, 2005 it was rename as “Maritime Training Centre ANRI”, Ltd (“MTC ANRI”) and since August 2014 we called as Batumi High Maritime Engineering School ANRI, LLC (“BHMES ANRI”). Batumi High Maritime Engineering School ANRI, LLC (“BHMES ANRI”) includes Maritime Training Centre, Maritime College (Maritime High and Vocational Education) and Career Centre. Continue reading
Baker McKenzie, BGLA and Gvinadze & Partners are pleased to invite you to this annual seminar, which this year will address the topic of ‘Doing Deals in Georgia: Opportunities and Challenges for International Investors’.
When: Monday 27 March 2017
Where: Baker McKenzie, 100 New Bridge Street, London EC4V 6JA
Panellists will include:
• Tamar Beruchashvili – Ambassador of Georgia to the United
• Irakli Kilauridze – Managing Director of Colliers International
• John Robinson – Managing Partner of Deloitte Georgia
• Bruno Balvanera – Director for the Caucasus, Moldova and
Belarus at the European Bank for Reconstruction and
• Nick Gvinadze – Managing Partner of Gvinadze & Partners and
co-Chair of the BGLA
• Andy Moody – Partner, Dispute Resolution at Baker McKenzie
• Roy Pearce – Partner, Corporate Finance at Baker McKenzie
• 5:30 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. Registration
• 6:00 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. Panel discussion and questions
• 7.30 p.m. Cocktails and canapés
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