List of ports in Turkey

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This is a list of ports in Turkey grouped by sea and sorted after port name,[1][dead link] wherein piers and special purpose terminals (oil, natural gas, LNG terminals)[2][dead link] are separated. Marinas in Turkey are not listed here.

Ownership and operation[edit]

Ports and berthing facilities in Turkey are owned and operated by three different groups, state owned companies, municipalities and private companies.[2][dead link]

Major ports are owned and operated by the Turkish State Railways (TCDD) or Turkish Maritime Organization (TDİ), which are so-called State Economic Enterprises (Turkish: Kamu İktisadi Teşebbüsü or KİT).[2][dead link] However, some of these ports are already privatized and some others, which all belong to the TCDD, are within the ongoing privatization process.[3][dead link]

Municipality owned ports are comparatively smaller. Limited to a small volume of coastal traffic, they serve the local needs of provincial towns.[2][dead link]

Privately owned ports are mostly constructed and used in special purpose to the particular needs of the industrial plants. However, third parties are also allowed to use these ports.[2][dead link]

Not a big portion of these ports have railway connections. Mainly the ones once or still owned by TCDD are connected to national railway network. Ports with railway connection are Limak Port Iskenderun, Mersin Port (Mediterranean Sea), Izmir Port, Nemport (Aegean Sea), Samsunport, TTK Zonguldak Port (Black Sea), Derince Port, Evyap Port, Haydarpasa Port, Port of Bandirma, Tekirdag Port, Yilport Yarimca (Marmara Sea). Also Isdemir, Tupras, Gubretas and Petrol Ofisi have their own ports which are connected to railway network.[4][dead link]

List of ports in Turkey is located in Turkey
Bartın
Bartın
Erdemir
Erdemir
Giresun
Giresun
Hopa
Hopa
Ordu
Ordu
Rize
Rize
Samsun
Samsun
Trabzon
Trabzon
Zonguldak
Zonguldak
Haydarpaşa
Haydarpaşa
Ambarlı
Ambarlı
Bandırma
Bandırma
Dikili
Dikili
İzmir
İzmir
Güllük
Güllük
Antalya
Antalya
Mersin
Mersin
İskenderun
İskenderun
Major ports in Turkey

Black Sea[edit]

Piers[edit]

Bulancak Pier

Terminals[edit]

Turkish Straits and Sea of Marmara[edit]

Piers[edit]

  • Aksa (Akkim) Chemical Plant Pier, Yalova
  • Aktaş Chemical Plant Pier, İzmit
  • Altıntel Pier
  • Bagfaş Piers, Bandırma
  • Bortrans (Borusan) Pier, Gemlik
  • BP Gemlik Pier, Gemlik
  • Camar Installation Pier, İzmit
  • Çanakkale Pier
  • Çanakkale Cement (Akçansa) Pier, Çanakkale
  • Çanakkale TDİ Piers, Çanakkale
  • Çolakoğlu Metallurgy Pier
  • Elyaf Plant Pier, Yalova
  • Etibank Edincik Pier, Bandırma
  • Gemlik Pier, Gemlik
  • Gübretaş Fertilizer Pier, Yarımca
  • İgsaş Fertilizer Complex Pier, İzmit
  • Kızılkaya Pier, Dilovası
  • Lafarge Aslan Cement Piers, Darıca
  • Limaş Pursan Pier, İzmit
  • MKS Dolphin Pier, Gemlik
  • Mudanya Pier, Mudanya
  • Nuh Cement Pier, Hereke
  • POAŞ Pier, Çubuklu, Istanbul
  • POAŞ-Shell Pier, Derince
  • Poliport (Polisan) Pier, Dilovası
  • Rota/Korfez Piers
  • Tugsas (Nitro Factory) Pier, Gemlik
  • Yarımca Piers, Yarımca

Terminals[edit]

  • Aktaş Terminal, Derince
  • Aygaz LPG Terminal, Yarımca
  • Botaş Terminal, Marmara Ereğlisi
  • Çekisan (Mobil-Shell-BP) Terminals, Haramidere, Istanbul Province
  • Habas Terminal
  • Marmara Botas LNG Terminal
  • Petkim Terminal, Yarımca
  • Solventaş Terminal, Dilovası
  • Total Gebze Terminal, Gebze
  • Total Haramidere Terminal, Haramidere, Istanbul
  • Tüpraş Tütünçiftlik Refinery Terminal
  • Zülfikarlar Molasses Terminal, Yarımca

Aegean Sea[edit]

Piers[edit]

  • Habaş Pier, Nemrut Bay
  • Ege Fertilizer Pier, Nemrut Bay
  • Limaş Pier, Nemrut Bay
  • Nemtaş Pier, Nemrut Bay
  • Seka Göcek Pier, Fethiye
  • Çukurova Pier, Nemrut Bay

Terminals[edit]

  • Petkim Aliağa Izmir Terminal
  • Total Aliağa Izmir Terminal
  • Tüpraş Aliağa Izmir Refinery Terminal

Mediterranean Sea[edit]

Piers[edit]

  • Ekinciler Pier, Iskenderun
  • Sariseki Fertilizer Pier, Iskenderun
  • Seka Mersin Pier
  • Taşucu Pier
  • Yazicilar Pier

Terminals[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Sea ports Of Turkey". Hakay Global. Retrieved 2010-08-15. 
  2. ^ a b c d e "Ports of Turkey". Cerrahoğulları. Retrieved 2010-08-14. 
  3. ^ "Distribution Of The Companies In The Privatization Portfolio-Maritime Transportation Sector". Privatization Administration. Retrieved 2010-08-15. 
  4. ^ Uysal, Onur. "Railway Connected Ports of Turkey", Rail Turkey, 12 Feb 2014

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