Evyapport is the busiest container port in East Marmara. Evyapport provides port services 24 hours a day to ensure that all processing operations are carried out safely and effectively for our customers.More than 50% of the region's import and export trade is through the port of aviap (with its road and rail links), which links to the country's major markets, leading logistics solutions and quality services for customers.The port plays an important role in maintaining Turkey's economy and transferring 1200 ships through its terminals, including the movement of super large container ships.
27Four shipping companies operate from aviap port, providing 48 services covering 180 ports around the world.The port operates 24 hours a day.More than 750 employees work to ensure smooth daily operation of the port.
The total development area of aviap port has reached 265.000 square meters, with a capacity of 855000 TEUs per year.The terminal has four deep-water berths, ranging from 15.9 m to 22 M.
The terminal consists of 5 mobile port cranes and 4 super Panamax ship Landing gantry cranes with 23 wide container outreach service, and is equipped with double carrying capacity and 700000 ton heavy lifting capacity.As long as there are enough deep water and super Panamax container cranes, the port of aviap can accommodate 180000 TEUs of the latest generation of container ships ranging from 400 meters to 400 meters.
Evyap port is a port under Izmit port.
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Evyap port (port code: TREYP) is the busiest container port in East Marmara. It is a subport of Yarimca.
More than 50% of East Marmara’s import and export trade passes through this port and its road and rail connections link it to the country’s major markets, providing customers second to none logistics solutions and quality service.
Covering an area of 265,000 square meters, the port has four deep-water berths and 5 mobile port cranes and 4 super Panamax ship landing gantry cranes, endowing it with a handling capacity of 855,000 TEUs per year.
The types of vessels regularly calling at this port are cargo vessels, accounting for about 54%; and tankers, taking up around 31%. The maximum length of the vessels recorded to having entered this port is 368 meters. The maximum draught is 13.9 meters. The maximum deadweight is 146,749t.
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