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Welcome to Turkey

Turkey's strategic location, bridging continental Europe with the Middle East and Asia, makes it the perfect transport and logistics hub. The Turkish sector is relatively young in but is expanding rapidly, in parallel with the nation's impressive economic growth. By drawing the public’s attention to the following information we hope we can prevent people becoming victims of this fraud and at the same time, disrupt those who perpetrate such frauds.

Transport & logistics in Turkey – the market composition

A contrast exists in the domestic and international transport networks established by Turkey. Road transport, for example, dominates internal freight distribution. Overseas trade looks much different, as shipping holds the greatest market share. 85% of domestic freight by volume is handled by trucking and road transport – an overwhelming majority compared with the next largest market sector, rail, with 5%.

Road transport in Turkey – the Dominant Logistics Force

Turkey also possesses Europe's largest truck fleet. Some 756,000 vehicles made up fleets across the nation in 2013 the European Parliament reported. Consequently, maintaining a solid motorway network is a priority for the Turkish government.

Currently, the total of length of Turkey's paved road network totals 65,400 kilometres. A number of build-operate-transfer highway construction projects are underway, such as the $4 billion North-Marmara Highway, which will add a further 5,500 kilometres to Turkey's motorways.

Our core mandate & approach

  • One point of contact that is available 7/24, trust created with vendors and clients.
  • People are the most important aspect of our business.
  • Long lasting relationships built on trust with clients and vendors

What we do

Insurance: All transportation's contracted with our company is under protection of our liability insurance coverage. Our insurance broker is one the top brokers in Turkey.

  • All import & export transportation.
  • In & Out of gauge shipments.
  • Wheeled vehicles.
  • Special equipments.
  • Production plant project shipment.

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