ICC Georgia Customs Trade and Transportation Commission held its first meeting headed by Mr. Aleksi Aleksishvili. The goal of the commission is to facilitate international trade for ICC-Georgia members and increase understanding of customs legislation, and to moderate between ICC-Georgia members and the government to solve problems within the system. At the meeting the group defined major problems being encountered by transporters and businesses in general and discussed several solutions to be communicated to the decision makers and to government officials.
ICC-Georgia, the Georgian chapter of the International Chamber of Commerce, was established in 2002. Since taking office in early 2008, ICC-Georgia’s new board of directors has been extremely active and dedicated to improving the business and investment climate in the country. Today ICC-Georgia unites leading companies and business associations within Georgia. A dynamic and energetic business organization in the country, it represents a wide array of business sectors and backgrounds.
PMCG has been an active member of ICC-Georgia since June 2008. Head of the Supervisory Board of PMCG, Aleksi Aleksishvili was elected as a Head of ICC Georgia Customs Trade and Transportation Commission.