The Agility Emerging Markets Logistics Index shows that Turkey, by ranking up on the list compared to previous year's index and taking its place as the 9th country, has a good potential to grow as a logistics market.
After adding Denmark, France and Belgium to its destination portfolio last year, Fevzi Gandur Logistics' shipments has grown 20 percent. This year, the Company aims to grow its shipments 30% more especially
Barsan Global Logistics (BGL), that has undersigned numerous breakthroughs and achievements in the last 35 years, has been one of the leading global companies with its investments it made in the continents of Europe, America, and Asia. Having expanded its service network in a vast geography from the US to China, from Europe to Asia, with the 59 logistics centers it has opened in 22 countries, BGL presently provides A to Z integrated logistics services in seven logistics centers in Germany where it made its first international investment.
Batu which is one of the rapidly growing logistics groups of Turkey, is preparing to make a new breakthrough in Europe. The group plans to start up an office in Trieste which is an important gate for the shipments made from Turkey. Batu International Logistics Chairman Taner Ankara states that they shall complete the settlement in Trieste in the first half of this year.
EFA International Transport carries all sea, air, and land freights in the field of import and export with the powerful networks, in which it acts as a member, and global container operators, with which it has entered into agreements, from one corner to another corner of the world.
İTT Logistics, one of the leading companies of the sector in the transport of liquid chemicals and hazardous substances, aims to attain 20 to 25% growth in 2017 thanks to its fleet that it reinforced with new vehicles, the number of the branches that it will increase, the new storage and handling services, and other integrated logistics solutions. Muhammet Çil, İTT Logistics General Coordinator, explains that they will enter into new collaboration processes in the field of tank operation in 2018.
Ninety percent of Domestic Fortune 500 companies use 3PLs for logistics and supply chain functions, according to a new report just released by Armstrong & Associates.
The New Landscape of Supply Chain Real Estate – a major shift is underway leading businesses to rethink their strategy.
On the back of the successful eTIR pilot project between Iran and Turkey, the regional transport industry came together in Istanbul to establish a road map for full digitalisation of Black Sea transport operations.
The Militzer & Münch Group expands its region specific product portfolio in the road transportation segment.