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Tarros brings Italy closer to Turkey

Tarros brings Italy closer to Turkey
Arkas shipping carries out agency services for Tarros International, which offers shorter transit times with its renovated Turkey-Italy Express, thus accelerating trade between the two countries.

TARROS BRINGS ITALY CLOSER TO TURKEY

Arkas shipping carries out agency services for Tarros International, which offers shorter transit times with its renovated Turkey-Italy Express, thus accelerating trade between the two countries.

Tarros International now saves time with its renovated Turkey-Italy Express service.

As of July, Tarros vessels will offer direct weekly service to the ports of Gemlik, Istanbul (Marport) Izmir, Salerno, La Spezia and the newly-added Genoa, calling more frequently at these ports.

Textiles, automobile spare parts, white goods, construction materials, ceramics, marble and ore are exported to Italy from Gemlik, while glass and glass products, white goods, plastic goods and automobile spare parts are exported from Istanbul. Electronics, white goods, ore, automobile spare parts and food products that must be delivered in a short period of time are shipped from Izmir and the Aegean region.

The right choice for doing business with Italy

In addition to exports, the Italy Express service also provides high quality, rapid service for imports with direct weekly service from Salerno, La Spezia and Genoa to Gemlik, Istanbul (Marport) and Izmir.

Tarros mostly transports shipments like ceramic production equipment, automotive materials, tires, ceramics, paper, raw materials for packaging and thread from Italy to Gemlik, while products like paper, chemicals and textiles are shipped to Istanbul.

Tarros enables the import of cargo such as white goods, fish food, various raw materials and ceramic production equipment to Izmir.

Thanks to the advantage of rapid service from Turkey to Italy, Tarros also offers very short transit times via La Spezia to markets in Switzerland, Libya and Morocco. Goods are shipped to Swizerland with intermodal transportation, while those destined for Libya and Morocco are transferred at La Spezia port.

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