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1 LOG 470 Contemporary Issues in Logistics
Logistics infrastructure in Turkey 4/16/2017

2 7 Emerging Logistics Markets Source: PWC Logistics and Transportation 2030 - report

3 Logistics Industry in Turkey
The share of the logistics sector (broadly defined to include all transport as above) in Turkey’s GDP is estimated between 8-12%. Thus the size of the sector can be estimated as being around US$ billion in The size of Turkish transportation & logistics industry is determined as US$ 59 billion, while the share of the logistics service supplier market is estimated as US$ 22 billion in “Turkey Logistics Industry Survey 2008”. 4/16/2017

4 Logistics Industry in Turkey
It is also stated that the industry has tripled since 2002 while the share of logistics service suppliers has increased by only 7%, which signals an unrealized growth potential for logistics service companies. The industry has grown by 20% on average in the last 5 years and the forecast size is US$ 120 billion in 2015. 4/16/2017

5 Major Transportation & Logistics Companies in Turkey Souece: Deloitte, 2010 Transportation & Logistics Industry Report

6 Transportation Infrastructure in Turkey
2010 Air Passengers 102.7 million Airports 45 (13 international) Highway 64,319 km Railway 10,984 km Seaport Handling Capacity 310 million tons/year Air Cargo Capacity 1.7 million tons/year Source: Ministry of Transport and Communication

7 Logistics Infrastructure in Turkey
In Turkey, investments in the transportation system are concentrated on land transportation infrastructure and the country has developed one of the largest land transportation fleets in Europe. The network of highways has been developed significantly and the highway length has reached 64,033 km, of which 2,010 km are motorways. At present 95 percent of passengers and 90 percent of goods are conveyed by highway transport. 4/16/2017

8 Turkey has a competitive advantage in maritime transport since it is surrounded by seas on three sides with the Mediterranean, the Aegean, and the Black Sea, together with the straits of the Dardanelles and the Bosphorus. The length of Turkey’s coastal borders is 8,333 km. 4/16/2017

9 Maritime transportation is the most preferred method of transportation both in Turkey’s exports and imports, with respective shares of 46.0 percent and 59.1 percent in total. This is followed by road transportation, with a share of 41.7 percent of exports and 23.6 percent of imports between January and November Air transportation comes third for both exports and imports. 4/16/2017

10 Turkey has 10,991 km of railways, operated by the General Directorate of Turkish State Railways (TCDD). Since most of the railways have been in use for quite a long time, the Turkish government is aiming to modernize the system through various projects. A budget of USD 23.5 billion has been allocated to railway development up to As a result, TCDD’s quality of service will be increased and high speed train passenger transport will be made more widespread. 4/16/2017

11 In Turkey there are 45 airports, 16 of which serve international flights. Turkish Airlines is one of the fastest growing airlines in Europe and the leader in traffic and capacity growth in Europe (AEA, 2009). Turkish Airlines is also the “Best Airline in Southern Europe” and the only 4-star airline in Europe (Skytrax World Airline Awards ). Istanbul Ataturk Airport has been selected as the “Best Airport in Southern Europe (Skytrax World Airline Awards ). In 2009 there were 85.2 million airline passengers in Turkey.  4/16/2017

12 As a result of the new projects in Turkey, combined transportation will gain more importance in the future. Public-private partnership models will be widely implemented for transportation infrastructure investments and traffic safety will be increased in all transport modes, with maritime safety being given priority. In freight transport, priority will be given to rail and maritime transport and ports will become logistics centers that facilitate combined transport. 4/16/2017

13 Turkey’s Roads Source: Transportation in Turkey, Country Report 2011 Ministry of Transport and Communications

14 Source: Ministry of Transport General Directorate of Turkish Highways, Motorway Development Program of Turkey (2011)

15 Railway Network of Turkey Source: Transportation in Turkey, Country Report 2011 Ministry of Transport and Communications

16 Turkey’s Planned Railway Network by 2023 Source: Transportation in Turkey, Country Report 2011 Ministry of Transport and Communications

17 Turkey’s Regional Railway Projects on the Main Transport Corridors Source: Transportation in Turkey, Country Report 2011 Ministry of Transport and Communications

18 Natural Gas Pipelines in Turkey

19 SWOT Analysis of Logistics Infrastructure in Turkey

20 Logistics Performance

21 Transportation of Freight and Passenger

22 International Road Transportation Network

23 Marmaray and Kars-Tblisi-Baku Projects

24 Railway Transportation Network

25 Air Transportation Network

26 Air Freight Transportation

27 Air Transport Statistics

28 Major Ports in Turkey 4/16/2017

29 Maritime Statistics 4/16/2017

30 RoRo Operations 4/16/2017

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32 Export and Import by Modes of Transport

33 Export and Import Estimates of Turkey

34 Turkish Logistics Industry Trends

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37 Logistics Centers 4/16/2017

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