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ISPS Code - careful observation of the port infrastructure

Following the tragic events of 11th September 2001, the 22nd session of the Assembly of the International Maritime Organization in November 2001, unanimously agreed to the development of new measures with regard to the security of ships and port facilities. The ISPS Code was adopted by one of the resolutions that were adopted on 12 December, 2002 by the Conference of Contracting Governments to the INTERNATIONAL Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea, 1974 (London, 9 - 13 December, 2002).

The Maritime Agency of Georgia based its decision of granting Black Sea Terminal LLC with a Certificate of Honor on the careful observation of the port infrastructure, that had been examined both in technical and security standard conformance ways for a continuous period.

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Khojaly Tragedy – National Day of Mourning in Azerbaijan


The Khojaly Genocide, which includedinhumane acts perpetrated against innocent civilians, brutally killings, and other savage atrocities conducted by Armenian militants in Khojaly, are some of the most terrible crimes perpetrated against humanity in the history of mankind. 

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ISO certificates have been updated

ISO 9001:2008 ISO 14001:2004 OHSAS 18001:2007


Kulevi Oil Terminal operates in the scope of an integrated management system as per the requirements of the Quality, Environmental, Health and Safety Management standards. The certificates of compliance with these international standards are issued by certification bodies for 3 years, and have to be updated by recertification audit at the end of the third year.



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