Port Of Dikili

Following the privatisation tender released by the Republic of Turkey Ministry of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications in 2003, IPM group was awarded for operational rights of Dikili port for the next 30 years period and consequently established “Dikili Port and Tourism Organization Trade S.A. “ for these activities.

Thereafter, all the operational building, customs and passanger lounge have been renovated as per the ISPS standards. With its moden cargo handling equipment and professional stevedore services, the total loading/unloading volume of the port reached 750.000 mt. During 2011 – 2012, the Company made a serious investment of about 1.2 Million € for the purchase of modern handling equipments in order to serve larger vessels. Furthermore, pursuant to the relavant laws and regulations, all working areas of the port are 24 hours monitored at international standards; computer –aided security follow-up programs, closed circuit camera systems, electonical scan and search systems at the passanger’s lounge are available to give professional service to the cruise tourism during the summer seasons.

Dikili port’s berth has been increased to 180 meteres and widen to 15 meters beam. Deep bottom sweep operartions has been made twice in coordination with the Turkish Maritime Organization the sea draft has been deepen upto 9-11 meters draft. Four breakbulk vessels can be berthed and handled simultaneously.

The port has the capacity of providing safe and fast handling services to vessels upto 25000 mt DWAT. Three palletized Sennebogen 875 and 825 Shore Cranes with a capacity of 500-800 tons/hours, are available at berth for the easy handling of bulk, bagged and palletized cargoes. The daily loading / unloading capacity of the port is 3000 mt with an annual handling capacity of upto 1 Million tons.

In a closed area of 4.000 m2, the port has four automatic packaging systems a packing system to pack the crushed/screened perlite ore into 25-50 kg PE bags with further shrinked and stretched palletization services. Furthermore, imported fertilizers especially like sodium, ammonium sulfate are packed in the port’s warehouses, and delivered to the customer by organizing its inland transportation in a professional manner. These services are supported with 4-20 mt capacity Manitou Telescopic Loader and forklifts.

Dikili Port and Tourism Organization Trade S.A. has as well two different closed stock areas and entrepot of total 30.000 m2 ( 21.500 m2 + 8500 m2) located about 4 km distance from the port with further 12.500 m2 open stock area; the warehouse is equipped with 1 Volvo L25P wheel loader, 1 Kawasaki Loader, 1 Manitou Telescopic Loader and 2 Forklifts.

All bulk and bagged cargo exports of IPM Group of Companies with breakbulk vessels over 3000 DWAT are realized from Dikili port.

Port Of Aliaga

IPM Group arranges its 20’ container loadings from Nemport and TCEEGE Terminals located in Aliaga / Nemrut Bay.

NEMPORT has 2 piers each of 410 m length and 50 m width , located in the northern and southern parts of the berths where 2 vessels can be berthed simulatenously. The terminal has a stowage capacity of 7600 TEU on a concrete area of 100000 m2.

The loading / discharging operation in the Terminal are handled with 2 Gottwald mobile shore cranes ( 100 Mt) 1 Gottwald mobile crane ( 140 Mt) 4 Bromma Twin-Lift mobile crane container spreader ( 41 tons for 1 TEU, 50 tons for 2 TEU’s) , 4 full container ground cranes KALMAR, 1 empty container ground crane KALMAR.

With a current cargo volume of 250.000 TEU, which is expected to increase its capacity year after year, NEMPORT is a frequent call port for MSC, CMA CGM, CONTAZ, BORCHARD, TURKON Lines.

TCEEGE, is another terminal with an annual capacity of 250.000 TEU which gives container services in Aliaga port. All the operations are arranged with a quality service on a 725 m. long pier with a draft of 17 m. 3 Post-Panamax cranes, 3 mobile cranes, 6 RTGS and 5 Reachstvaker enable a smooth operations a high service. This terminal is a frequent call port for MAERSK Line and its business volume is increasing year after year

Port of İzmir

Port of Izmir is the largest port in Turkey in terms of business volume and exportation. This port has 24 berths with a lenght of 3400 meters and provides port services to general cargo, ro-ro, dry bulk, tankers and container ships. The berth designated for loading/discharging operations of the containers has a lenght of 1415 meters. The total port area is 902.000 m2 and the sea water draft is 7-13 meters.

The handling operations of the containers are arranged with 5 gantry cranes of 40 tons each, 19 rubber -tyred transtainers of 40 tons each, 20 empty container forklifts of 25 – 42 mt as well as 20 empty containers forklifts of 8-10 mt. Additionally, 7 shore cranes of 3-25 mt, 12 mobile cranes of 5-25 mt as well as 20 short forklifts are available.

IPM Group performs its container deliveries from Port of Izmir. With its quality service, the port is a frequent place of call for MSC, HAPAG LLOYD, YANGMING, HANJIN, TARROS, CMA CGM, UASC, COSCO, MAERSK, TURKON Lines which provides regular services and competitive freight rates to all world’s destinations. The feeders tranship the goods at Port Said, Damietta, Pireaus, Gioa Tauro and Cagliari ports onto the ocean vessels to their final destinations.

IPM Group loads its goods into 20’ containers; 20 big bags onto 10 pallets are stuffed into the 20’. The pallet facilitates a smooth discharging of the big bags, free of any damages. The loading operations are arranged under the attendance of our who works with utmost care to ensure a smooth loading of the cargo