Pendik - Trieste:
Pendik-Trieste vessels depart 6 days a week from Pendik Terminal to Trieste and from Trieste to Pendik. Many transport companies from Istanbul and Anatolia use Pendik Ro-Ro terminal which is built on 103,000 square meters. Pendik Ro-Ro Terminal also has a fuel station that provides tax-free fuel to international transport companies that are entitled to use tax-free fuel as export subsidies. Vessels departing from Pendik on Thursdays and Saturdays also make a call at Port of Bari.
Ambarlı - Trieste:
On this route there are three departures per week from Ambarli ( Istanbul European Side ) and Trieste ( Italy ) and one departure per week from Trieste to Ambarlı with a crossing time of approximately 60 hours. From Trieste there are easy accesses to markets in North, Middle and West Europes and from Ambarlı terminal to Istanbul, Tekirdag and Corlu markets. Ambarlı Port can handle all types of cargoes in export and import because it is one of the largest ports in Turkey.
Mersin - Trieste:
Mersin-Trieste line was established in March 2009 and there are two sailings every week from Mersin and Trieste. Mersin-Trieste line is mostly used by international transport companies from Central Anatolia, Southeast Anatolia and Mediterranean Regions. Mersin line is a huge advantage for our customers who had to haul to Istanbul or Çesme in order to use the Ro-Ro services to Trieste. Mersin Port also has a fuel station that provides tax-free fuel to international transport companies that are entitled to use tax-free fuel as export subsidies.
Pendik - Toulon:
There are three Pendik- Toulon sailings every week on Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays from Pendik and Toulon. Sailing time is 72 hours. The truck drivers are transferred to Marseilles and then transferred to Toulon Port by shuttles. Port of Toulon has a large hinterland and provides easy access to France, Spain, Portugal and United Kingdom.
Pendik - Bari:
Stopovers to Southern Italy on our Pendik – Trieste line has started with Ancona in 2014. Currently this region is served via Port of Bari. This port is not only utilized for cargoes destined to Southern Italy but also highly demanded for transit cargoes destined to countries like Spain and Portugal. Port of Bari also offers several intermodal connections. Three different intermodal operators that we are in cooperation offer many connections mainly to Milano region in Northern Italy and many more train lines to different countries in connection with these train hubs.
On this route there are 2 departures per week on Thursdays and Saturdays with a crossing time of approximately 45 hours.