Gemlik (TRGEM)

Port Code TRGEM City Gemlik
Port Name Gemlik Country/Region Turkey
Nearby Main Port Inland Transport
Official Website Port Type Feeder Port

Introduction of Gemlik (TRGEM)



      Port on the coast of Marmara, Turkey.The time zone is east 2.The maximum draught of ships allowed to enter the port is 7.19 meters.The loading density of water is 1025.Tidal range is very small, prevailing wind direction: change.There is a pilot to pilot.VHF channel 16 is used for communication between ports and ships.Working hours: 08:00-12:00, 13:00-17:00.There are ship repair, boat, repatriation facilities, no dry dock, towing, sewage facilities.Fresh water, food, fuel and medical conditions are available.It is a safe port to avoid all kinds of wind except west wind.The new wharf is 165 meters long and berthing depth is 13 meters at the end;In the northwest, the length of 100 meters is reduced from 8 meters to 5 meters;5-5 m to the northeast;The rayon wharf is 135.64m long and the berthing depth is 1.22-6.1m. The electric crane used for coal unloading at this wharf has a speed of 100-115t / 8h and can dock ships with a maximum load of 5436t and a draft of 7.19m.

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Summary of TRGEM

Gemlik port (port code: TRGEM), sometimes referred to as Gemport, is a large port in Turkey. It is located on the southern shore of the Gulf of Gemlik, in the Sea of Marmara.
The port consists of the Municipality Pier, BP Tanker jetty, Gemport container/Ro-Ro berths and Tugsas Fertiliser factory berths. There are facilities for handling break bulk, container, liquid, dry bulk and Ro-Ro.
The Gemport container/Ro-Ro berths handle 588,887t of dry bulk, 42,113t of general cargo, 204,893TEU, 96,261 vehicles and approximately 800 vessels annually. The BP Tanker jetty handles 183,698t of cargo and approximately 110 vessels each year. The Municipality Pier processes over 390,000t of cargo and approximately 215 vessels per year. Tugsas Fertiliser factory berths handle 934,717t of dry bulk, 193,161t of bulk liquid and around 275 vessels annually.