Intermodal Transport: National Peer Review: Turkey by OECD Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development

By OECD Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development

Turkeys carrying on with financial enlargement depends upon the diversification of its shipping modes and particularly at the improvement of effective multimodal companies. it truly is function as a hub for Europe, Asia, and the center East and as a facilitator of world trade could be greater with a method and measures to aid various intermodal logistic and shipping providers. This paintings analyses the present scenario and units forth a number of the activities and guidelines had to stimulate the improvement of a very multimodal shipping approach. desk of content material : -List of Acronyms -Executive precis -Introduction half 1. TURKEY: on the CROSSROADS OF EUROPE, ASIA AND the center EAST bankruptcy 1. major fiscal signs of Turkey bankruptcy 2. The Socio-Economic and delivery Context half II. FREIGHT shipping AND THE demanding situations forward bankruptcy three. conventional Freight shipping in Turkey bankruptcy four. Intermodal shipping Operations in and with Turkey half III. specifications FOR effective INTERMODAL delivery structures bankruptcy five. Why pick out Intermodal delivery? bankruptcy 6. the alternative of the simplest Intermodal shipping approach half IV. process FOR A aggressive INTERMODAL delivery procedure IN TURKEY bankruptcy 7. A process tailored to community views and shipping Projection for Euro-Asian shipping hyperlinks bankruptcy eight. promoting of Intermodal shipping Operations and Logistics bankruptcy nine. options for an Intermodal shipping method Conclusions Annex I. AGTC contract Annex II. version motion Plan and Partnership contract for the improvement of Intermodal shipping on the Pan-European point Annex III. constructing Intermodal shipping within the Netherlands Annex IV. nationwide Measures to enhance mixed delivery: The Case of Austria Annex V. consultant to Intermodal delivery Road/Rail fee and value Calculation

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This development is occurring in parallel to the support of the internal market, which plays a significant role. • The rapid development of the automotive industry with the support of key foreign investments concerns exports primarily and the internal market secondarily Turkey is a country of almost 70 million inhabitants, where the rate of motorization is fairly low compared to the average income per inhabitant. Recent success in the automotive industry, a sector which demands highly qualified personnel and logistic performance, confirms the fast pace at which Turkey is adapting to the new type of industrial production.

The organisations of intermodal road transport hauliers, both small or medium sized, have adapted to international administrative constraints concerning customs, goods in transit, and the use of electronic data exchanges. • The implementation of RO-RO services is often presented as one of the most successful experience from “Motorways of the Sea”, for both the EU and Black Sea countries. In consequence, almost 50% of Turkish of non-bulk product transport to the EU uses maritime routes, presently concentrated at the Trieste port in Italy.

1. The problem of spatial development and cohesion of Turkey (Census 2007) Source: Turkish Statistical Institute. Crossing the İstanbul Strait is known to be fairly difficult; therefore the ongoing construction of a new tunnel for rail “Marmaray” will certainly improve the capacity for connections between the European and Asian sides of Turkey. The Project of Marmaray is also of vital importance for radically solving the urban transport problem of İstanbul as a world city. Moreover, a new road bridge that is planned to be constructed in İstanbul Strait will also contribute to tackle the transport problems of İstanbul.

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