Arkas Logistics will carry out the biggest and the longest, the largest railway export transportation, all at once.
Arkas Logistics carries aluminum electrical cables from Bilecik Bozüyük to the Osh city of Kyrgyzstan and consists of 30 wagons and 60 containers. The train, which will travel approximately 5.500 km; coming from Turkey, it carries the longest-most container exports from oluşan- and be the first train to the farthest distance at one time.
This transportation, which constitutes a good example for the "Contactless Operation" brought to the agenda by Arkas Logistics due to the COVID-19 outbreak, shows that; rail container transportation is developing day by day.
Railway and container transportation is the contactless transportation feature, the difficulties experienced at the international road customs gates, the risk of contact caused by the epidemic, etc. For reasons, it has once again become the most important transport module for the solution of troubled processes. Because the railway is an operation that can be carried out without contact with only two machinists, it provides a very important advantage for the continuation of the trade and supply chain by preventing the spread of the epidemic in this period when the contact should be minimal.
Arkas Logistics, which has been paying attention to the railway for many years and continuing its investments, is ready to offer the most suitable solution to its customers when it needs it with its predictive investments. Arkas Logistics fleet with more than 700 cars in Turkey's most important industrial import and export containers from the port to the city railway transportation is doing. Currently Mersin-Yenice and two land terminal in Izmit Kartepe ongoing plan Arkas Logistics Baku-Tbilisi-Kars (BTK) railway from Turkey scheduled by installing the first railway company Line started in the position.
Arkas Logistics CEO Göçmez Honor, "is already in the BTK line we carry cargo from Turkey to CIS countries exceeded 65 thousand tons; we even load almost half of the total load transported. We aim to increase the weekly trips to two per week. We will meet the increasing demands of our exporters in this way and will continue to stand by both our industrialists and our state in this period. ”