Türkoğlu Logistics Center, opened by Minister of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications Ahmet Arslan, is expected to be operational, and if it can be taken into action, new success stories will be written. Kahramanmaraş industry will make a revolution with declines in transportation costs and availability.
Türkoğlu Logistics Center, which has the capacity of carrying 2 million tons per year, has not been fully operational. While other lines that will be integrated into the center are expected to be activated, 2 million tons of export material will be transported from the center, which is fully operational. The shortening of the delivery times of the products that will go to Mersin from there will benefit most industrialists. Important and assign a signature giant projects despite the reluctance of Turkey a global actor, it is making serious efforts to become a star shining in the logistics field. Turkoglu logistics center and 9 units are located in the country, these centers are moving to the world. Almost all of the exporting companies make water to the country with their export and import from these centers. 1856 began in passenger and freight transportation by rail acquainted with Turkey's spread across the country.
FIRST TIME STARTED IN 1918
In the 1918-1935 years, Kahramanmaras joined the network and provided transportation to the Hejaz and the entire Arabian peninsula. Currently, the case gained a modern structure of the railways is indispensable for both cargo and passenger transport requirements in this context for a while within Turkey and abroad in time can be provided.
LOGISTICS CENTER OFFERS THE AIRPORT
In the 1993, 1994 will be used in 1996 and the airport will be operational in XNUMX. After the gospel of the fast train that the Minister gave the good news, Manşet Newspaper news crew searched the history of the railways.
THE REPUBLIC OF TURKEY AND THE KAHRAMANMARAŞ
During the Republican period, approximately 4.136 km of the railways, which were built and operated by various foreign companies, remained within the national borders drawn by the declaration of the Republic. With the Law No. 24.5.1924 enacted on 506, these lines were nationalized and the 'General Directorate of Anatolian-Baghdad Railways' was established. It was named 'State Railways and Harbors Administration' with the Law No. 31.5.1927 dated 1042, which was enacted to ensure that the construction and operation of railways are carried out together and that broader working opportunities are provided. Managed state administration in the form of a supplementary budget until 1953 organizations from the date 29.7.1953 Law No. 6186 on "Republic of Turkey State Railways (TCDD) was transformed into the State Economic Enterprises under the name. Finally, with the Decree numbered 233 put into practice, it has received the identity of 'Public Economic Organization'. The Sincan-Eskişehir section of the High Speed Train Line, which is planned to be constructed between Ankara and Istanbul and started in 2003, has been completed (439 km in total) and passenger transportation has been started between Ankara and Eskişehir on 13.03.2009. In addition, the Polatlı-Konya Section of the Ankara-Konya High Speed Train Line was completed (449 km in total) and test studies were started.
The railways reach the Southeast Anatolia Region through the Kahramanmaras-Hatay trench. River valleys have also been effective in the region.
GEOMORPHOLOGY RELATIONS OF RAILWAY ROUTES
The railway, which turns east from Çukurova, passes through the Garden Tunnel and passes through the Amanos and first reaches Fevzipaşa in the Kahramanmaraş-Hatay graben, and then from Meydanekbez. However, the Hijaz Railway, which entered the Syrian territory to reach Medina from the specified location, did not reach the Southeastern Anatolia Region. In the following years, with the support of the Germans, a branch that was extended eastward in line with our current borders reached Nusaybin in 1918 and a railway connection with Iraq was provided over this line.
A garden tunnel was used to cross the Amanos Mountains of the railway line coming from Adana. However, the graben structures of the same name on the Kahramanmaraş-Hatay line had a facilitating effect. Due to the border change, the Fevzipaşa-Narlı-Gaziantep Karkamış line was built in order to deactivate the remaining part of the railway in Syria. However, until 1935, Narlı-Malatya-Yolçatı-Ergani-Diyarbakır line was built to create another alternative line to the border line that deprives the inner parts of the region from the railway. (Another line leaving Yolçatı provides Elazığ-Bingöl-Muş- Tatvan connection) In addition, when Sivas-Çetinkaya-Malatya line was completed in 1937, Sivas Diyarbakır railway connection was established (Arınç, 2011; 415). The Yolçatı-Maden-Ergani line, which passes through the southern shores of the Caspian lake, completely follows the Maden Stream valley. In this part of the Southeast Taurus, we see that river valleys affect the railway line positively. ”
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