Troy Seaways, the Largest Ro-Ro in the Mediterranean

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Turkey's biggest company UN Ro-Ro Ro-Ro, European shipping and logistics giant dfds'y brand transformation process began, a giant DFDS ro-ro ships brought more to Turkey.

237 meters long, 450 TIR capacity vessel, DFDS Pendik Port after the naming ceremony, inspired by the ancient city of Troy Troy "Troy Seaways" was named.

Turkey's largest Ro-Ro Ro-Ro company from the UN, European shipping and logistics giant dfds'y brand transformation process began, a giant DFDS ro-ro ships brought more to Turkey. 237 meters long, 450 TIR capacity vessel, DFDS Pendik Port after the naming ceremony, inspired by the ancient city of Troy Troy "Troy Seaways" was named. The Ro-Ro ship, 22, will cruise for the first time in June from Turkish territorial waters to Europe.

Father Gellert Pedersen, Head of DFDS Maritime Department, said, uz We are pleased to introduce another ship to our customers. Troy Seaways we bring to Turkey's Ephesus Seaways' ship is in our co-magnitude, 450 6.700 link the truck to the equivalent volume of meter installation and operation of logistics companies in Europe with Turkey will make a great contribution, "he said. Pedersen explains the investment and growth plans for the market, and that the Black Sea from Turkey, North Africa and plans to open the line, but it said it plans on hold due to the economic crisis that for a while.

50 million euros work for Turkish shipyards

DFDS Mediterranean Business Unit Senior Vice President of Selçuk Boztepe his speech, Troy Seaways's, dfds'n will further strengthen Ro-Ro operations in the Mediterranean route and will create a positive effect on Turkey's exports, he stressed. Boztepe also said that they will equip the existing ships in the fleet with a gas insulation system that reduces sulfur oxide emission in accordance with the sulfur restriction regulation that will take effect in January 2020 and that they will have this technology investment of 50 million to be built in Turkish shipyards. (Aysel Yücel - WORLD)

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