Ship agencies, which provide logistical support to the sector in the realization of maritime transport and also serve as intermediary function, constitute a significant place in maritime trade. Ship agencies; to fulfill the obligations of the shipowner, captain, operator and/or shipowner, and to protect the rights and benefits of third persons and organizations in the territory designated by a contract, and in return, the person or organizations that receive wages.
Ship agencies also;
The ship captain and/or the shipowner to which he/she is the representative (the owner/ship owner) and/or the person or organizations authorized to perform the legally established ship agency business that meets all the requirements of the ships coming to and from the port on behalf of the ship operator.
The person or organizations are carrying out the duty and responsibility of the ship he sends to the ports of the foreign country, directing his work, protecting his legal rights and interests in the best way, fulfilling the instructions of the ship in a timely, correct and serial manner.
As it can be seen from the above definitions, the ship agency authorized by the tenant or the captain of the ship agencies. In the name of the ship/tenant/captain in the framework of the powers of the third person and organizations in the port within the context of the skills that the ship needs to perform all kinds of work and operations in a timely, accurate and fast way are required. a