U.S. infrastructure company “Acrow Bridge” ready to do business in Georgia (November 19)

Chargé d’Affaires Elizabeth Rood hosted a reception to present U.S. infrastructure company Acrow Bridge. Photo: State Dept

U.S. infrastructure company “Acrow Bridge” ready to do business in Georgia (November 19)

 

On November 19, 2019, Chargé d’Affaires Elizabeth Rood hosted a reception to present U.S. infrastructure company Acrow Bridge to representatives of the Georgian government, international organizations, and the business community.  In her welcome remarks, CDA Rood and Deputy Minister of Infrastructure Irakli Karseladze highlighted the desire for more U.S. investment in Georgia to further broaden the already strong U.S.-Georgia economic relationship.  As Georgia develops as a transit, logistic, and trade corridor, the United States stands ready to help.  U.S. companies like Acrow Bridge can become a part of Georgia’s development into a regional hub connecting Europe and Asia.  Ms. Nikola Bertucci, the Director for Business Development for the Asia Pacific and the Middle East/North Africa division at Acrow Bridge, provided a presentation on the company’s products and services during the reception and introduced the company’s local representative- David Ebanoidze to the audience.