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Gebrüder Weiss is continuing to expand its presence along the Silk Road. The new representation office in the centre of Yerevan city started its activities at the beginning of April, and is connected to the Gebrüder Weiss Georgian branch in Tbilisi. A twice-weekly groupage freight shipment service from anywhere in Europe through our Austrian (Vienna) and German (Hanau) warehouses to Armenia is offered. Alongside land transport services, the company’s portfolio also features air and sea freight, both managed by the Gebrüder Weiss hub in Tbilisi.

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Working meeting between the V4 Countries’ (Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia) Ambassadors to Georgia and EUGBC Secretary General held on June 6 at the Polish Embassy in Tbilisi. The meeting was attended by the Deputy Head of Missions of Czech Republic and Poland, Counsellor of Polish Embassy in economic affairs, as well as EUGBC Projects Director.
During the meeting were discussed issues related to the conference titled “V4 experience for Economic Development in Georgia” to be held in November, 2017.

The EU-Georgia Business Council (EUGBC) with close cooperation with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Finland, organized the first Georgian-Finnish business forum on June 5, 2017. Within the framework of the event, representatives of 15 large Finnish companies, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Finland and the Finnish-Georgian Trade Association visited Tbilisi. Continue reading

The Georgian Cement Association (GCA) has completed its first blind testing of the bagged cement available on the Georgian cement market. In April of the current year, at the request of GCA, Geoexpertise, a subsidiary company of the Georgian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, anonymously purchased 25 cement bags of different producers on the open market. Five test samples were taken from each bag. Each of these samples was then bagged, sealed and coded so that the three testing laboratories would not know whose cement they were testing. Continue reading