Logıstıcs Hubs & New Perspectıves ın Turkey

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LOGISTICS HUBS & NEW PERSPECTIVES
IN TURKEY
11th South East European Freight Forwarders
and Logistics Operators Congress
16 -17 May 2013, Athens
Turgut ERKESKIN
President Of UTIKAD
LIBERALIZATION OF TURKISH RAILWAYS
“Rail transport will increase in Turkey”
Liberalization Law has entered into force as of 1 May 2013
Turkish State Railways Transportation Company is established
TCDD will be the operator of the national rail infrastructure network.
Private companies can operate own locomotives & wagons
LOGISTICS CENTERS IN TURKEY
• Under Construction
• First Part is completed
• In Service
LOGISTICS CENTERS IN TURKEY
Logistic Centers are constructed in 19 cities where there is high potential of
freight transport as being connected with the organized industrial centers.
WHAT ARE THERE IN LOGISTIC
CENTERS
• Train composition access and
dispatching tracks
• Container loading/unloading and
storage areas
• Duty Paid Zones
• Customer offices, parking areas,
TIR parking area
• Banks, restaurants, hotels,
maintenance-repair and cleaning
facilities, fuel stations, warehouses
WHAT ADVANTAGES DO LOGISTIC
CENTERS OFFER
• 7,6 million tons of additional
transport capability to Turkish
Logistics Sector
• Road-railway-sea integration
• Export capability of 12,2 billion $
• 5,2 million m2 container storage and
handling area
LOGISTICS CENTERS IN TURKEY
KOSEKOY / IZMIT
HALKALI/ISTANBUL
BOGAZKOPRU/KAYSERI
KEMALPASA / IZMIR
HASANBEY / ESKİŞEHİR
MERSIN YENICE LOGISTICS CENTER
Expected Freight Volume (Tones) : 900.000
Logistics Area to be acquired (m2): 398.000
Machinery Spare Parts, Farm Equipment, İron,
Steel, Foodstuff, Cotton, Ceramic, Chemicals,
And Cement Transportation
SERHAT LOGISTICS CANYON PROJECT
Serhat Development Agency
Gateway of Turkey to the
“Caucasus, Middle East and Central Asia”
Components of Projects:
• Kars-Tbilisi-Baku Railway project,
• Kars-Igdır- Nakhchivan Railway Project,
• Kars Logistics Center
• Turkey & Iran Organized Industrial Zone
HUB PORTS IN TURKEY
AMBARLI PORT - ISTANBUL
MIP PORT - MERSIN
ASYAPORT - TEKIRDAG
ISTANBUL – TRANSIT HUB FOR BLACK SEA
AIR CARGO HUBS: ISTANBUL
-Total 15 Airlines registered by Turkish Civil Aviation
- As representing total fleet of 373 A/C’s
- By carrying 130.630.154 Passengers (P.O.B)
2.397.788 Tons Cargoes
Third Airport in Istanbul
Freight Volume
Domestic
Tons
The airport is planned to have a total of six
runways and will eventually have capacity
to handle 150 million passengers per year.
International
Total
2.500.000
2.000.000
1.500.000
1.000.000
500.000
0
2005
2006
2007
2008
Year
2009
2010
2011
2012
LOGISTICS MASTER PLAN STUDIES IN
TURKEY
UTIKAD works on ;
The Logistics Master Plan Principles
&
Logistics Center Management
LOGISTICS MASTER PLAN - TURKEY
Logistics Master Plan Strategy Paper
Logistics Law
• Establishing to the transport infrastructure of the Economic and Social Development needs,
• Shifting to the balance between the transport modes to meet the needs of the country,
• Providing to the maximum security of life and property,
• Minimizing of the environmental damage,
• Top level usage of the information and communication technologies,
• Providing of the transportation as affordable, comfortable, seamless, as much as fast in the
compatible environment under the international law and the rules
TRANSPORT & LOGISTICS FAIR
“12-15 SEPTEMBER 2013 - ISTANBUL”
Road transportation
Railroad transportation
Airline transportation
Maritime line transportation
Combined transportation
Trailer manufacturer and Suppliers
Mobil air conditioning System manufacturer and
Suppliers
Tire, Tarpaulin, rope, etc. manufacturer and
Suppliers
Satellite tracking equipment manufacturers and
Suppliers
Rail road equipment manufacturers and Suppliers
Seaports operators
Forwarders
Cargo distributors
2014 FIATA WORLD CONGRESS – ISTANBUL
13 - 18 OCTOBER 2014 - Hilton İstanbul Bomonti
Hotel & Conference Center
“Sustainable Growth in Logistics”
Thank You
Turgut ERKESKIN
President of UTIKAD

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