Arkas Holding and duisport an important partnership established: Arkas Europe's largest intermodal logistics terminal (land port) operator Duisport, signed a partnership in order to spread the intermodal network in the development of multimodal logistic centers, and Europe and Asia threw in Turkey.
Arkas Holding Chairman Lucien Arkas and Duisport CEO Erich Staake attended the signing ceremony yesterday at Logitrans Logistics Fair. Two partner intermodal logistics centers in order to develop North Rhine-Westphalia ceremony, they announced that they have established a new partnership in Turkey's Transportation Minister Michael Groschek also attended.
GREAT OPPORTUNITY FOR DEVELOPMENT
Such partnership of industry and underlines the importance of the logistic value of North Rhine-Westphalia Transport Minister Michael Groschek, "the bridge between Duisburg and Turkey, in our globalized world, emphasizes the importance of duisport logistics operations. The new and efficient link between Istanbul and duisburg paves the way for a wide range of development and growth opportunities for North Rhine-Westphalia transporters.
THE FIRST PROJECT IS IN KARTEPE
The first project within the scope of the partnership will be the establishment and operation of an intermodal logistics center of 200 thousand square meters in İzmit Kartepe, which is very close to Istanbul. In 2018, there will be a terminal where two different modes of transport can be used: the center, rail and road.
Duisburg Hafen AG CEO Erich Staake "Turkey, the industrial value chain and logistics is one of the largest mainstream market. With Arkas, we have acquired a strong and multinational partnership that ideally complements our own network. By combining our technical knowledge, we can add significant value to the region and optimize the transportation chains of our customers. Erek
WE HAVE TO WEIGHT THE RAILWAY INVESTMENTS
Arkas Holding Chairman, said in a statement on the partnership, Lucien Arkas said: "Central Europe's leading operator of multimodal logistics hub, we build partnerships in Turkey. To date, we have always tried to realize our investments by anticipating the needs of the sector. Turkey's foreign trade in the realization of the objectives of 2023 years in the freight rail's share is expected to be 15%. In order to achieve these targets, logistics and railway investments should be focused on. In this sense, we have accelerated our investments. The intermodal logistics terminal (land port), which we will establish in İzmit Kartepe with the partnership of duisport, will be a hub when the Marmaray tunnel is used for freight transport and the Baku-Tbilisi-Kars railway line is opened. Transport between Asia, Europe, Europe and the Balkans and Central Asia (CIS) countries. Since the terminal will be connected to the railway, it is very important to complete the arrangements for the liberalization of the railway as soon as possible. When the liberalization law is fully regulated, we will also make a locomotive investment. Serbest