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. In the food and agriculture industry, maritime transportation is used to a great extent to enable producers to reach consumers in various parts of the world.
Pulses, wheat, dry food, frozen food, beverage and packaged food manufacturers have been relying on Turkon Line as their logistics solution partner for years. Since these products are fast-moving consumer goods with a shelf life, a continuous and reliable service is the most important factor in choosing a logistics solution partner for these industries.
Turkon Line not only offers rapid transit time, accurate timing and reliable delivery in all regions it serves, but also provides equipment types for customer needs at strategically determined inland points and in all ports in the best condition and at all times. Turkon Line, who has Country Directorates and agencies in various parts of the world, offers solutions for the food and agriculture industries in many countries, thanks to its experience in the industry and its expert staff that senders can consult for all logistics solutions.
Our superior customer service provided by our expert teams is the biggest feature that distinguishes Turkon Line from its competitors. We are constantly improving ourselves in this regard and closely following current developments in order to know our customers' industries in the best way possible. In this way, we continue to develop our activities day by day in line with customer and industry requirements, while offering customer and industry-specific solutions.
Turkon Line, which has been actively providing maritime transportation services in the USA, European, Mediterranean and Black Sea markets for more than 25 years...
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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.