ADC SPECIALIZED COMPANIES
ADC has hand-picked specialized firms with diverse backgrounds, that together form the right global business leadership team who will work well with the RoG to achieve the vision for Anaklia.
ADC is a consortium of TBC Holding from Georgia and Conti International from the United States. ADC’s leaders are proactive, resourceful entrepreneurs with an exceptional 20-year relationship and a track record of ethical business conduct. ADC has established a framework of preliminary agreements with diverse global players in port and transport infrastructure for Anaklia Port’s long-term success.
TBC Holding (Georgia), an international entrepreneur and developer, and a group affiliate of one of Georgia’s largest banks now listed on the London Stock Exchange.
Conti International (USA), founded in 1906, developer and builder of capital asset projects with an exceptional construction management track record, will oversee the program development for the concession and act as Program Manager (EPC work will be delivered by international constructors).
Other Team Members
Moffatt & Nichol (M&N), founded in 1945 in the U.S., ranked 2nd on ENR’s Top Ports Design List, and an international maritime port facility planner and design innovator with a portfolio of state-of-the-art seaports, as well as work in Georgia.
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 finance.
SSA Marine is one of the largest terminal operators in the world and is headquartered in Seattle, United States. 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 tonnes 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.