- Global Value Chain and Customs
- Turkey’s transport infrastructure is connected to Europe
- Borusan Lojistik eyes to enter top ten globally
- Militzer&Münch’s new route of growth passes through Turkey
- CEVA’s Vietnam expansion
- 2013 may go bad for the ship owners
- MSC to increase capacity in the Mediterranean
- Batu Logistics provides the benefits of WCA network
- Genel Transport, eyeing place among IATA’s Top 10
- Air cargo bridge to Turkic Republics by Dogruer Logistics
Turgut Erkeskin – President of UTİKAD
Borusan Lojistik, which aims to reach 1 billion dollars of turnover in 2015, and to become one of the top 10 contract logistics companies in the world by 2022, has taken a step to international transportation segment and got closer to its targets by purchasing Balnak.
Within the scope of its challenging growth goals, international logistics company Militzer & Münch is changing its shell in 9 countries including Turkey.
Batu Logistics continues its rapid growth in air cargo transportation. The company, which aims to carry monthly 50 tons of load through air cargo in 2013, carries out country-based projects with the WCA network. Taner Ankara, Chairman of the Company, emphasizes that while growing 20% in 2013, they will increase their workload in Africa, Middle East and CIS countries.
Having reached at the heart of Europe, thanks to its office it inaugurated in Budapest, Damla International Shipping is now strengthening its position in the Far East through the service network situated in China.
Expanding its market presence overseas by the help of new investments, Dogruer Logistics aims to grow in the US market which is among the three markets that the company has focused on the air and sea shipments.
Having provided services as of 2002, the year of its establishment in a wide range of activity such as road, sea, air, rail, and minivan transportation as well as domestic and international warehouse management, customs clearance, and foreign trade, Batu Logistics continues its way by providing innovative solutions.
GTT Logistics, offers expert solutions in every step of the supply chain with its center office in Istanbul, widespread office network and more than 100 experienced personnel.
Ulustrans takes the pulse of the defense industry with successful operations in Turkey-USA line.
Balnak, which is one of the few logistics companies that can offer integrated service in Turkey with "One stop shop" motto, reinforces its domestic and international power with strategic steps while leaving 25 years behind.