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Georgian Greenhouse Cluster invites investors (video)

Imereti Agro Zone LLC (IAZ) is pleased to announce the official launch of the Request for Proposals (RfP) for the Greenhouse Cluster Development project, involving a substantial 220-hectare land plot – 61 ha land plot in Baghdati municipality and 159 ha land plot in Tskaltubo municipality. Imereti Agro Zone invites organizations interested in greenhouse farming and investing in agriculture to purchase a land plot with fully developed infrastructure (min. 0.5 ha).

This opportunity enables investors to leverage unique advantages exclusively available within the Imereti Agro Zone’s project scope:

  • Free access up to 180 MW electricity network;
  • Free access up to 78 mil m3 natural gas network;
  • Free access to drinking and irrigation water network;
  • Fully developed infrastructure;
  • Single-window service provision.

The project provides foreign investors the rare opportunity to purchase completely developed and serviced land through a pre-defined approval mechanism and invest in a centrally managed greenhouse cluster.

In addition, Imereti Agro Zone is open to receiving ALTERNATIVE PROPOSALS related to the implementation of the project that are consistent with the project’s objectives. An alternative proposal may include the purchase of a share of IAZ LLC as well. For full details of the opportunities offered under the RfP, please visit our website: www.iaz.ge

Proposals under the RfP are due by the 31st of October, 2023.

By submitting the Returnable Schedule 1 – Registration we will grant you access to our data room with all necessary information about the project.

IAZ will hold informational meetings for potential investors on October 4, 2023, at 1:00 PM GMT+4, via the Zoom platform. Within the session, IAZ will provide the interested parties with detailed information about the project and answer their questions.

To attend the investor briefing, please register at the given link no later than September 29, 2023: ZOOM

Interested parties are also encouraged to reach out with any questions to the email address: [email protected].


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