Anaklia Development Consortium consists of a specialized firms with diverse backgrounds, which together form a global business leadership team that will work with the Government of Georgia to construct the port of Anaklia.
ADC is a consortium which consists of TBC Holding from Georgia, SSA Marine from the United States, British Wondernet Express working in Central Asia, and G-Star Ltd. from Bulgaria. ADC’s leaders are proactive, resourceful entrepreneurs with an exceptional track record of ethical business conduct. ADC has established a framework of preliminary agreements with diverse global players in port and transport infrastructure, ensuring Anaklia Port’s long-term success.
TBC Holding (Georgia) is an international entrepreneur and developer. TBC Holding acts as a project developer and principle partner of Anaklia Development Consortium.
TBC Holding (Georgia), is an international entrepreneur and developer with portfolio companies successfully operating in various business sectors including financial services, real estate, FMCG, education and agriculture. TBC Holding acts as a project developer and a principle partner of Anaklia Development Consortium.
SSA Marine is one of the largest terminal operators in the world and has its headquarters in Seattle, WA, U.S.A. The company oversees more than 250 strategic operations across five continents, servicing 27.2 million containers (TEU) and managing terminals in nine different countries. In addition, SSA Marine handles over 75 million tons of dry bulk globally, manages cruise ship operations in Mexico and the United States and operates over 30 intermodal rail ramps for U.S. Class I railroads.
Wondernet Express, an interregional company with offices in Uzbekistan, Georgia, Kazakhstan and Azerbaijan, carries out its main activities in transportation and complex forwarding services of export-import and transit cargo by rail and other modes of transportation on the territory of CIS countries and the Baltic states, in particular, Georgia, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan and Estonia.
G-Star Ltd., is a company situated in Bulgaria with various businesses globally through its subsidiaries, including but not limited to Forex operations and investments in real estate projects.
Maritime & Transport Business Solutions (MTBS) is an international finance and transaction advisory firm offering entrepreneurial business solutions to clients in the maritime and transport sector. MTBS provides leading expertise in port planning, traffic forecast, PPP implementation, container terminal transactions, business case, valuation and raising of finances. MTBS has provided a full-scale traffic study, master plan and financial advisory to Anaklia Development Consortium.
Van Oord ,a dutch family-owned company with over 150 years of experience as an international marine contractor, has carried out the feasibility study for the Anaklia Deep Sea Port project. The feasibility study included the following: a work plan for feasibility studies & a detailed work schedule, bathymetry and geophysical survey, site topography and aerial mapping, coastal data collection, geotechnical subsoil investigation and interim studies and surveys.
Royal HaskoningDHV ,which has been connecting people for 135 years, is an independent international engineering and project management company. Royal HaskoningDHV delivers services in the fields of aviation, construction, energy, industry, infrastructure, maritime, mining, transport, urban and rural development and water. They have provided a preliminary marine design and full-scale ESIA and EIA studies for the Anaklia Deep Sea Port project.
Moffat & Nichol is a global infrastructure advisory firm with 36 offices in 7 countries, which provides practical solutions to clients in the marine terminal, transportation, energy, environmental, federal and urban development markets around the world. They drew up the preliminary design (combining marine and landside designs) in its entirety for the Anaklia Deep Sea Port project. The preliminary design completed by Moffat & Nichol was submitted to the Government of Georgia (GoG).