İÇDAŞ Port is a candidate for locomotive

İÇDAŞ Port is a candidate to be a locomotive: İÇDAŞ Port accelerates the growth of Çanakkale kazanİÇDAŞ, which is the 500th largest company of Turkey in the ISO 9, is preparing to play an important role in the growth of Çanakkale. İÇDAŞ Port is preparing to make great contributions to Çanakkale both in trade and tourism. Captain Türker Özman, Manager of İÇDAŞ Port operating in Çanakkale's Biga district; “We have three piers with a length of 270 meters, 320 meters and 330 meters and berths with a mooring length of 3 thousand 90 meters. Loading and evacuation is done 365 hours a day, 24 days a year. Our port contributes to Çanakkale's production and exports. It also provides an advantage to tourism,” he said. İÇDAŞ Port, with its high-level technical equipment and professional team, has a handling capacity of 25 million tons per year and will significantly increase the competitiveness of the investors who are engaged in production activities in Çanakkale or who are considering doing business.

Convenience to the manufacturers
Türker Özman; Olan Çanakkale having the İÇDAŞ Port should use this advantage well. I want everyone who wants to produce their products in Çanakkale and want to know that all the investors who will contribute to the development of Çanakkale will show all the necessary facilities to use the İÇDAŞ Ports. Çan Emphasizing the importance of production and export in the development of the Çanakkale economy, Özman said: Ş İÇDAŞ Port was built for container transportation and included in the container line. So İÇDAŞ Port has also become a container ship haunt port. Due to lack of demand from the region, container transportation is still carried out via Ambarlı Port. I hope that container export freight demand will develop in Çanakkale and we will also provide container export services from our port. We continue our activities with an unlimited service understanding at very attractive prices to Çanakkale business world.

 

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