Statement from TDDD about the sinking ship in Bandırma Port

tddd statement about the sinking ship from the Port of Bandırma: Republic of Turkey State Railways (TCDD) in Bandırma Port Property made a statement on the sinking ship Ali Agha is on May 14.

The Republic of Turkey State Railways (TCDD) General Business Müdürlüğü14 Bandırma Port No. 9 in May made a statement regarding the sinking of the ship is in dock Ali Agha.

In the statement made on the official website of TCDD, the TC, which is connected to load 96 units. bayraklı It was stated that the ship named Ali Ağa with 1998 gross tonnage sank by lying on its side between 79-15 after loading 15.45 inside and 16.00 pieces of hatch top.


While there is no loss of life and no leakage of fuel due to the incident, it was announced that the environmental and protective safety measures were taken by Çelebi Bandırma International Port Management.

While the ship's rescue and extraction operations will be carried out after the examinations, the ship was reported to have 93 ton milled colemanite load in the 2.230 container of the General Directorate of Eti Mine Works.

In addition, the TCDD announced that port services continued at other berths, and the Port of Bandırma was transferred to Çelebi Joint Venture Group in 2010 for 36 year by the Transfer of Operating Rights method. TCDD, the port in question within the framework of the provisions of the relevant contract given to him under the supervision and supervision of his duties and powers are expressed.

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