Trans Bosphor Transit Agency
According to the area referred to in the maritime transport itself; It is divided into five groups: Cabotage Transportation, Import and Export Freight, Transit Freight Transportation, Foreign Port Cargo Freight, Inland Water Transportation (Freight in Lakes and Rivers).
The central dynamic, which is the affecting maritime transport, increases and decreases parallel to the developments and changes in the world economy. The global economic crisis in 2008, the rise in oil prices, and the like, caused volatility in world trade volume4, yet commercial maritime companies transport 90% of global cargoes subject to world trade in terms of volume and tonnage, and 75% of world trade in amount. Maritime is 16% rail and road, 9% pipeline and 03% airways.
Turkey’s foreign trade export shipments from Turkish ports consist of import and transit cargo loading and unloading operations. Currently, 90% of world sea trade of Turkey’s trade is carried by sea more than about 85%. 74% of Turkey’s exports in 2011 as the basis of tons, while imports were transported by sea 93%.
Part of the transit transport type of transit cargo takes place within the borders of the country, but the starting and ending points are outside the borders of the country. Today, many companies want to carry their cargo as transit. For this reason, communication with the companies providing transit agency services is established. Transit Freight Transportation delivers both time and price advantage. As Trans Bosphor transportation company we provide transit agency service.
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