172 piles were driven in Çelebi Bandırma Port within the scope of BALO project

172 piles were driven in Çelebi Bandırma Port within the scope of the BALO project: 172 piles were driven in Çelebi Bandırma Port of the Great Anatolian Logistics Organizations (BALO) project.

Banda Republic of Turkey State Railways (TCDD), Port Operations Manager Orhan Kilic, capping the ramp will be built under the project will be completed in June reported.

Thanks to the project, the wagons will be transported by ships over the sea, Kılıç said:

“When the part of the project in Bandırma, which is given to a private construction company by the TCDD General Directorate, is completed, the train passenger to work between Bandırma and Tekirdağ will carry loads between 35-50 wagons. The project aims to directly connect the production centers of Anatolia to Central Europe by rail. In this sense, 172 piles were driven into the sea at the designated point in the port. In the BALL system, the loads to be taken from the exporters' gates with containers are transported from the freight collection centers in Izmir, Manisa, Denizli, Bursa, Kütahya, Eskişehir, Ankara, Konya and Kayseri to the Consolidation Center in Bandırma (Okçugöl Station) by rail, first by block trains. will be classified according to their destination. Later, the cargo will be brought to Bandırma Port by rail and transported to their final destination in Central Europe via Tekirdağ by train ferries.

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