Port of i̇zmi̇r
Published on: Mar 4, 2016
Transcripts - Port of i̇zmi̇r
• Port of İzmir was established in 1959
and made over to TCDD in 1989.
• Port of İzmir now operated by TCDD.
• Port of İzmir is
largest city and
a major port.
Port of İzmir is located in the western part of
the Aegean Sea.
The port has a wide agricultural and industrial
The port of İzmir, which is the agriculture and industry
port of Aegean Region, has a vital importance for the
exportation of Turkey.
The port serves customers to handle every kind of
cargoes and the port expansion studies are in progress.
Also the port has connections to both rail and highway
Mission: To keep ready to serve existing
network and vehicles,if necessary to build new lines
and tie lines, to combine maritime transport with the
other transportation systems,to create
transportation system which is
economic,comfortable and safe.
Vision: To render the railway most common for
people and to help to national economy and to be
helpful for government.
SERVICES TO CARGOES
SERVICES TO PASSENGERS
Considering the tourism potential of Izmir with its rich
natural and cultural heritage and maximizing benefits from
cruise tourism, PHC foresees the privatization of the Izmir
port as cruise and cargo ports separately by the method of
“transfer of operational rights”. 1:25.000 scale District Master
Plan Amendments, 1:5000 scale Land Use Plan Amendments
and 1:1000 scale Zoning Plan Amendments of Cruise Port
approved by the PHC with the decision, dated April
30, 2012, no. 2012/58 and published in Official Gazette on 4
May, 2012. Tender Announcement was published on May
22, 2012. The bidding deadline is September 7, 2012. Zoning
plan studies of Izmir Container Port are ongoing.
Besides, necessary investments are made by TCDD.
Hinterlad of port.
Wide container yard.
Having 23 docks
Providing service all types of ship.
Having most of customer in the Aegean Region
Their customer relationships
Having high handling capacitiy regard to their
To be close tothe center ofindustry.
Being unprivatized port.
Lagging behind the technology.
Slow decision-making process
The integration of industry and trade is
The networks of railway and highway are
Investment about four hundred million dolar
Expansion project of container yard
The increasing cruise tourism
Lack of R & Dgrants
Distrust investors because of frequently
Increasing energy costs
The popularity of the Port of Pire(Greece)
TDI Turkish Maritime Organization
Chamber of Shipping
Chamber of Commerce