Ports in Turkey map
Map of Turkey ports. Ports in Turkey map (Western Asia - Asia) to print. Ports in Turkey map (Western Asia - Asia) to download. Turkey has four major container ports, Haydarpaşa (Istanbul), Ambarliv(Istanbul), Izmir (Port of Alsancak), and Mersin; the Port of Mersin is Turkey main gateway to the Mediterranean Sea. The Port of Haydarpaşa, Istanbul is at the southern entrance to the Bosporus (Strait of Istanbul) as its shown in ports in Turkey map, which connects the Black Sea with the Sea of Marmara and the Mediterranean Sea. Mersin International Port is located in Mersin, southern Turkey and operated by the Turkish State Railways (TCDD). Constructed during the 1950s as a major government project, it was the largest port in the country until lately. It’s Turkey’s main gateway to the Mediterranean Sea.
Asyaport is constructed as an international transit port (Main Port – Hub Port), according to its installation planning. The worksite infrastructure of the construction located at the Central district of the Province Tekirdağ, Barbaros Municipality, and the filling activities were initiated in April 2009. Asyaport design handling capacity is 2,5 million TEU per year as its mentioned in ports in Turkey map. Safi Derince International Port is located in the Marmara Region, to the north of the Gulf of Izmit. In addition to sea transport, it offers easy access to international and domestic destinations, via rail and truck transportation. The port services can accommodate a variety of cargo, including RoRo, project cargo, dry bulk, general cargo, liquid cargo, containers, and railway carriages.
Located in Beylikdüzü, İstanbul, Marport began operating in 1996 as the Limar Kumport Terminal (currently known as Marport East Terminal). It has expanded with the Marport Main Terminal in 2001 and the Marport West Terminal incorporated into the structure in 2003. Marport annual throughput capacity has reached 1,9 million TEU. Kumport Container Terminal is strategically located on the European side of Istanbul, 22 miles west of the Istanbul Strait. Kumport Terminal has excellent links to and from the hinterland. Kumport started terminal operations in 1994. It has now become directly connected to more than 140 locations on five continents as you can see in ports in Turkey map. The first port in Turkey to be accessed by the ships with a capacity of 18.000 TEU, and to have the integrated dock structure of 700 meters, SOCAR Aliağa Terminal is the largest integrated terminal, having the initial handling capacity of 1.5 Million TEU containers, in Aegean Region.