DFDS Business Unit Mediterranean, Turkey's Brings Cultural Heritage of the Mediterranean Sea

dfds Mediterranean turkiyenin unit is a step further to the cultural heritage mediterranean water
dfds Mediterranean turkiyenin unit is a step further to the cultural heritage mediterranean water

Europe's leading company DFDS the companies operating in Turkey in maritime and logistics DFDS Mediterranean Business Unit, the final scope of decision-making regarding the name of the UNESCO cultural heritage in Turkey to all ships in the fleet at the Cemil Bayülgen ship "Galati Seaways" gave the name. DFDS Mediterranean Business Unit, date of Turkey's land with the names of the 14 ships in the fleet and carries cultural heritage of the Mediterranean waters.


DFDS Mediterranean Business Unit, serving the existing network to all ships in the Mediterranean as part of the final decision regarding the name of the UNESCO cultural heritage in Turkey Cemil Bayülgen ship "Galati Seaways" gave the name. While DFDS has brought 12 new ships in the Mediterranean Business Unit fleet to their new names, they named the two giant Ro-Ro ships, which were launched in Pendik Port last year, each with a capacity of 450 trailers, named "Ephesus Seaways" and "Troy Seaways".

DFDS Business Unit Mediterranean, Turkey's historical and cultural heritage of the Mediterranean waters carrying 14 large ro-ro ships and ships carrying out regular flights with capacity exceeding 60 km. Ships Italy's Trieste and Bari, Greece Patras, France Set in the ports of Pendik in Istanbul, Yalova and reaches from three different points, including Mersin, Turkey.

14 vessels in the fleet of the DFDS Mediterranean Business Unit are; Cappadocia Seaways, Olympos Seaways, Gallipoli Seaways, Artemis Seaways, the Dardanelles Seaways, Aspendos Seaways, Assos Seaways, Sumela Seaways, Zeugma Seaways, Myra Seaways, Galati Seaways, Pergamon Seaways, Ephesus Seaways and Troy Seaways, including Mediterranean waters, Turkey's glorious history and bears the names of their ancient cities.

DFDS Mediterranean Business Unit President Lars Hoffmann, said on the subject: "We gave DFDS Mediterranean Business Unit dfds'n of our fleet to serve the existing network in the Mediterranean with the suggestions of our employees to all 14 ships of UNESCO the names of the cultural heritage in Turkey. In line with this decision, we finally named the ship Cemil Bayülgen “Galata Seaways”. DFDS Mediterranean Business Unit with capacity in excess of 60 kilometers in Turkey in the names of our 14 ships, we are pleased to represent the waters of the Mediterranean. "

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