Companies along the Black Sea coast that your company could successfully export to!
The Black Sea, located in Southeast Europe, is one of the major trade lanes that we at that highly dependable of liquid shipping companies, Wake Marine, operate in. Hence, with our help, your company could export many different types of liquid goods to countries that line the Black Sea's coast. Countries along this coast include Bulgaria, Romania and Turkey, but this blog post is mainly intended to explain how your company could have success in exporting liquid products to Ukraine and Georgia. Read the rest of this blog post carefully, learn more about the liquid transport services on offer from Wake Marine and then consider how your company could use information that it learns through doing all of this to its advantage.
Ukraine: a big country that could benefit from liquid shipping of oil
The country of Ukraine is located to the north of the Black Sea and has land borders with several countries, including Russia, Belarus, Poland and Romania. Its area of 603,628 square kilometres makes it the geographically biggest country that is completely within Europe. However, despite this huge size, the country imports most of its energy supplies, including oil. Oil is one of the types of bulk liquid that we can arrange for the maritime carrying of to Ukraine, thanks to our liquid cargo transportation services.
Georgia has a long history of business with lands and empires
Georgia is a country that is located in the Caucasus area of Eurasia, the combined continental landmass of Europe and Asia. Georgia is 69,700 square kilometres in size, making it very geographically small compared to Ukraine. However, despite this, your company could find that the country provides it with a surprisingly valuable source of revenue when it exports a very particular liquid product to the country. What "particular liquid product" exactly? We will spell it out soon...
First, we consider it worthwhile to draw attention to Georgia's lengthy history of commerce with many lands and empires. Indeed, it has been involved with such commerce since ancient times, largely due to being located on the historical Silk Road. The series of trade and cultural transmission routes of this name was hugely influential; for example, it greatly assisted development of the civilisations of China, Persia and Arabia. In 2006, Georgia's imports accounted for 10% of its GDP and the products that it most often imports include oil products. Yes, that aforementioned "particular liquid product" is oil!