Logistics Sector Focused on Combined Transportation

Logistics Sector Focused on Combined Transportation: In order to reduce transportation costs in logistics, efforts are being made to develop new models that will enable different transportation modes and services to be carried out efficiently and efficiently from a single point.
Speeding up the work carried out in this context kazanIn the "Responsibilities of the Freight Forwarder and Insurance in Combined (Mixed) Transportation" seminar organized by UTIKAD and Istanbul Bar Association in cooperation with the Istanbul Chamber of Commerce, officials from the public, logistics and transportation sectors, as well as the legal and insurance world came together. In the seminar, the place and importance of “Transport Organizations” in combined transportation, risk and insurance issues were evaluated, by drawing attention to the fact that “Combined Transportation” will be the transportation model of the future.
Sinan Kuşçu, Head of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communication, General Directorate of Dangerous Goods and Combined Transport Regulation, Sinan Kuşçu participated as a speaker at the seminar. Hakan Orduhan, Executive Board Member of ICOC, Mr. Turgut Erkeskin, Chairman of the Board of International Transport and Logistics Service Producers Association and Istanbul Bar Association Logistics and Transport Law Commission President Egemen Gursel Ankara.
In the opening speech of the seminar organized by the Istanbul Chamber of Commerce and attended by many members of the sector and bar association, Hakan Orduhan, the Chairman of the Board of Directors of ICOC, stated that a large part of the international transportation will be done by combined transportation in the future by evaluating the Yönetim Combined Transportation ine today and its future. Orduhan, the Turkish logistics sector by creating specific strategies should carry out studies in this context, he said.
”Combined Transportation Regulations“
In this context, Orduhan underlined the need to establish joint transport legislation, legal and technical harmonization, and underlined the following:, In this context, minimum service standards, user rights, environment, responsibility, management and payment systems will cover all types of transport, including the main lines of transportation should be drawn in the figure. It should be emphasized that logistics centers should be established not only for the markets used in the sector, but also in the new markets with potential. Â
Logistics operations are inherently risk management, and today, insurance is even more important for the parties in transportation. kazanEmphasizing that he is not, Orduhan said, “The subject of insurance; It is a guarantor not only for the compensation of the damage, but also for the companies to continue their commercial activities and not to have financial difficulties. In short, insurance is an indispensable solution to cover grievances. It is obvious that the awareness level of the sector on insurance should be increased.”
UTİKAD Chairman Turgut Erkeskin said in his speech that the importance of logistics activities has been increasing day by day in a rapidly globalizing business life. Worldwide, countries and products competitiveness in the supply chain and the goods in them, quickly and cost-effectively moving the move as the Erkeskin pointing to the importance of transport which is the most important component of logistics, a share of about 50 percent of worldwide total logistics costs, while this rate in Turkey in the 85'lerin rising up to the stressed.
Erkeskin gave an example from a study conducted in the USA and stated that a decrease in the 5 percentage of the logistics costs had the same effect on the profitability as the increase of the sales by 20. Erk they need to reduce transport costs by selecting the most suitable transport system and integrating transport systems. For this reason, we are looking for efficiency in road, sea, airway transportation methods which we call both classical transport systems and we are creating innovative methods such as multi transport. In parallel with the start and development of container movement in the 1960s, ler Multimodal Transport deniz, Definitions developed through the 3 basic concept called ”Inter-system transport kullanıl and X Combined Transport en have developed, and the common element to be derived from these definitions is that the 2 different transport system is used together. Ler
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Erkeskin stated that if more than one transportation system is used in the multi-transportation sector, different opinions about the efficient use of these systems and the ways in which this will be provided are mentioned and Erkeskin said,, The answer to this question is that the operators that undertake the multi-transportation according to UNCTAD-ICC rules are the most common . Freight Forwarders atör are the organizers of transportation works. The Transporters Organizers are traditionally considered to be operators of multiple transports. However, in the English literature, no consensus has yet been reached on the term laşma freight forwarder karşıla. The shipping contractor is one of the terms used by the shipping contractor. However, he acts as a Transport Affairs Broker in the Turkish Commercial Code. On the other hand, in the Land Transport Law, the term leri Transport Affairs Organizer Diğer is used. The term. Transport Affairs Organizer konu is the term we adopt as UTİKAD.
Mr. Turgut Erkeskin, who emphasized that the organizers of the company also work in the field of freight distribution and consolidation, transportation and multi-carriage, transfer, packaging, storage, transportation of the cargo and payment of customs clearance and local taxes. When selecting multiple transport systems, not only cost advantage but other factors are also important. One of these advantages is that once more, more goods can be transported, uninterrupted transport, not affected by weather conditions, have less impact on the environment, and are more cost-effective, a number of transition-visa requirements-tolls are not affected by the factors that extend the transportation time and increase the cost. are some of them. "
UTİKAD Liability Insurance Made an Example for the Logistics World
Erkeskin also mentioned that the lack of internationally valid rules especially in multi-carriage models caused some difficulties in the sector. He also emphasized that the lack of scope and boundaries of Transportation Organizers increased the cost of insurance. Erkeskin stated that they had taken the necessary responsibilities as a association in order to solve the problems in such systems and they presented various risk and insurance products to UTIKAD members.
In this context, emphasizing that UTIKAD is working to create and develop awareness of liability insurance, Erkeskin said, bir Within this framework, we have implemented ini Carrier and Transport Organizers Liability Insurance Erk for our members within the scope of a project we started in 2010 with our members, especially in our maritime working group. FIATA Bill of lading (FBL), which defines the limits of the responsibilities in multiple transports under the UNCTAD-ICC rules, is the legal responsibility that may arise in connection with the loss, damage and late delivery of the cargo, errors and omissions, fines and charges, and the costs incurred. risks are taken under insurance protection. GRASS SAVO WILLIS made by UTIKAD and cooperation in this study is an example to the world not only in Turkey, "he said.
Following the opening speeches, seminar sessions were held. The first session titled Uy Transportation Law in Accordance with the Turkish Commercial Code oturum Dr. Hüseyin Ülgen chaired. Following the information given by Ülgen about the definitions in the TCC, Prof.Dr. Dr. In his presentation, Kerim Atamer gave examples of legal responsibilities and application in the logistics sector.
In the second session of the seminar, the topic of “Insurance in Combined Transport“ was discussed. Istanbul University Transport and Logistics Law Commission Coordinator Lawyer İsmail Altay, Istanbul University, School of Transport and Logistics Assist. Assoc. Dr. Turkay Özdemir and Demir Sigorta A.Ş. Group Manager Hakan Özcan took part in the session as a speaker, and the responsibilities and responsibilities of transport organizers and insurance processes and case studies were discussed.
In the afternoon session of the seminar, the issue of ası Problems and Solutions Due to State Policy and Implementation in Combined Transportation Seminer was discussed. The session was delivered by UTİKAD Legal Advisor Attorney Hüseyin Çelik. In his meeting, Ministry of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications, Head of Combined Transport Department of Dangerous Goods and Combined Transport Regulation, Sinan Kuşçu gave detailed information on state policies and new regulations for the logistics sector.
Sinan Kuşçu said that ”Draft Regulation on Combined Cargo Transport çalış and, Draft Intermodal Strategy Document” are still in preparation and emphasized that they are in close cooperation with UTIKAD in all studies on this subject. "The 'National Intermodal Strategy Document', which will be published in the following days, will guide the sector on this issue," he said.
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In addition to these works, Kuşçu also stated that studies have been initiated to establish road-sea, road-rail (Ro-La) intermodal transportation lines with certain countries and to make "Bilateral Combined Transport Agreements" with these countries in order to improve international transportation and trade. Again, in this context, Kuşçu also pointed to the Baku-Tbilisi-Kars railway project, Marmaray and 3rd Bridge works in order to revive the old Silk Road and put it into operation in a modern sense, and said, “Baku-Tbilisi-Kars within the scope of the Silk Wind Block Train Project is about to end. This project is the project of connecting Central Asia and China to Europe with a continuous railway line through Turkey. Thus, the historical Silk Road will come to life again as a railway in the 21st century.” Pointing out that our country has the potential to become an important logistics base, Kuşçu said that Turkey's Logistics Master Plan is safe and has technological innovations and accelerates development. kazanHe noted that it will be prepared in line with a sustainable policy that envisages Kuşçu said that the industry needs a statistical database and studies are being carried out on this subject.
”Creating a Sustainable Transport System”
Kayıhan Özdemir Turan, Member of the Board of Directors of UTIKAD, gave information to the participants about the role of the organizers of the transportation in the combined transportation. Turan said that the most prominent element in all modes of transport is to create a ende sustainable transport system taşıma and that transport organizers are an important actor to bring all stakeholders together in this component. Turan also mentioned the activities of BALO Greater Anatolia Logistics Organizations, where UTIKAD is one of the partners on the future of combined transportation.
Mek It is Difficult to Manage Risk in Transport “
In the seminar, UTIKAD Instructor Ugurhan Acar made a presentation about ar Insurance, Risk, Damage Audit and Implementation in Logistics Sector Seminer. Acar, transport business is like a chain of rings and in this chain is very important to manage the risk expressed.
At the end of the seminar, a plaque and a certificate of appreciation were presented to the speakers by UTİKAD President Turgut Erkeskin and Lawyer Egemen Gürsel Ankaraalı, who is the Chairman of the Istanbul Bar Association's Logistics and Transport Law Commission. In addition, Board of Directors of ITO Hakan Orduhan presented to UTİKAD and Istanbul Bar Association's Logistics and Law Commission the publication un Colorful Treasures of Istanbul from Byzantine Mosaics to Ottoman Tiles İK.

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