Turkey Freight and Logistics Market Report, Revenue, Price and Growth Rate 2023

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The Turkey freight & logistics market was estimated to be worth over USD 100 billion in 2017,and is one of the fastest growing sectors of the country. The country’s strategic geographic location that bridges Europe with Middle East and Asia, growing economy, increasing urbanization, developing transport infrastructure, and increasing investments, in line with its vision to become one of the top 10 economies of the world by 2023, are some of the factors that are contributing to the growth of logistics sector, in Turkey.

The country intends to increase its foreign trade volume to USD 1.1 trillion, by 2023. The country’s geographical advantage needs to be supported by a good transport corridor, for which, the government has undertaken various projects, including constructing new roadways, railways, airports, and increasing port capacities. Some of the projects include – Baku-Tbilisi-Kars railway, Edirne-Kars high-speed railway, North Marmara motorway, Yavuz Sultan Selim Bridge (3rd Istanbul Bridge), and three- story Great Istanbul Tunnel Project, among others.

Increasing Foreign Investments Boosting the Logistics Sector
The Turkish logistics sector has attracted foreign investments worth more than USD 1.9 billion, during the last decade. The increasing trade flows between the developing economies of Europe and Asia necessitate the growth of logistics infrastructure, in Turkey. Moreover, as the country is anticipated to benefit from China’s ‘One Belt One Road’ initiative, it has been attracting the foreign investments in the logistics sector.

Additionally, the increasing public private partnerships in the country are expected to boost ‘combined transportation’. A Turkish government organization, called Investment Support and Promotion Agency of Turkey (ISPAT), provides assistance for investors who enter the country.

The country witnessed foreign trade worth USD 391 billion, in 2017. Maritime transport is the most used mode of transport for international freight movement, whereas, road transport dominates domestic freight movement.

Cold Chain Logistics to Witness Robust Growth:
With a population of more than 80 million and growing urban population, the food & beverage sector is one of the important pillars of Turkey’s economy, and generated a revenue of USD 129 million, in 2017. The organized retail sector, with several grocery stores and food processing industries of more than 42,000 and around 500 beverage enterprises, drives the demand for cold chain logistics.

Moreover, changing consumer demand for frozen food and fresh products augment the need for the development of cold chain storages and transport systems, with efficient deliveries. The country has good warehouses for food storage, which have controlled temperatures and based on automated systems. The growth of the agricultural sector and horticultural systems drives the demand for cold storages, which are more than 350 in number, currently.

Significant Opportunities for the 3PL industry:
The third-party logistics (3PL) industry is relatively unorganized in Turkey, and presents considerable opportunities for third-party logistics service providers (LSPs). The logistics cost in Turkey is about 12.3% of GDP, as of 2016. The country also has a robust retail industry, in addition to the automotive, iron, and steel industries. The rising demand for outsourcing of logistics paves the way for LSPs in the area of 3PL.

The government is building 20 logistics centers/villages, of which, seven are already completed. With various modes of transportation between these centers, the overall cost of transportation is lowered. These logistics villages are estimated to carry freight worth USD 500 billion, by 2023. These present an advantage for 3PLs, in terms of cost reductions and expansion of networks.

Turkey Freight & Logistics Market

Top Players of Turkey Freight and Logistics Market are listed below:

  • International Players (DHL
  • Yusen Logistics
  • Hellmann Worldwide Logistics
  • Kuehne+Nagel
  • DB Schenker
  • XPO Logistics
  • DSV
  • United Parcel Service (UPS)
  • CEVA Logistics
  • Nippon Express
  • C.H.Robinson
  • Agility Logistics
  • Logwin Logistics)
  • Local Players (Ekol Logistics
  • Omsan Logistics
  • Mars Logistics
  • Netlog Logistics
  • Borusan Logistics
  • Reysas Logistics
  • Horoz Logistics
  • Armada Logistics)

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Geographically, this Global report majorly split into several regions, covering

  • North – South America
  • Europe
  • China
  • Asia – Pacific
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