Cotton is a raw material that is essential for clothing, household goods, medical supplies, and many other products. Since the early stages of civilization, this product has been at the heart of global trade and has become a key commodity in the global economy.
Food and agriculture, in terms of being oriented to the primary needs of people, are among the basic industry that have always been very important and will always maintain their importance.
Paper pulp and forest products are among the indispensable industries of today and are widely needed all over the world.
Bill of lading proves that a contract of carriage has been concluded, that the goods have been delivered by the carrier, loaded onto the ship, and that the carrier is obliged to deliver the goods only in exchange for his submission.
If the containers supplied by the carrier are not returned to the carrier after being unloaded by the consignee within the free time specified in the tariff, the delay fee which the carrier has the right to demand from the consignee or the shipper in accordance with the provisions of the bill of lading, and which is processed for each day of delay, is called “container demurrage”.
The BAF tariff will be reviewed quarterly and will be adjusted according to actual fuel price change compared to previous adjustment. If the fuel price change is more than USD 40 then the BAF tariffs will be applied monthly.
VGM is a term that refers to the practice of weighing containers on commercial vessels by certified weighing equipment and sharing the weight information (including the weight of cargo, packing and securing materials, dunnage and tare weight of the container) with the carrier and terminal before loading.
At the event organized by the Maritime Student Community at Dokuz Eylül University; İzmir Regional Manager Özkan Kaygusuz and Izmir Regional Sales Manager Peyruze Ersoy introduced the Future Team internship program under the title of "First Step for Rising" and shared their knowledge and experiences
Turkon Line, which has been providing maritime transportation services for over 25 years in the markets of America, Europe, the Mediterranean, and the Black Sea, has 28 agents, 44 agency offices in 23 countries, and 11 Turkon offices in 5 countries.
The First Block of the Vessel, whose Steel Cutting was Performed in July, Takes its Place in the Dry Dock... Another significant step has been taken in the order of 2 units of 4,012 TEU container ships placed by Turkon Line to further enhance its service quality.