New maritime agency aims to tap into Türkiye's growing potential

New maritime agency aims to tap into Türkiye’s growing potential

Photo: Sea & Ports Group

Sea & Ports Group has partnered with Link Logistics to launch a new maritime agency called Imagesa Türkiye. This new agency, which will commence its operations on November 1, will focus on representing Marguisa Shipping Lines and expanding Sea & Ports Group’s presence in the rapidly growing region of Türkiye.

The region has strong links with both Spain and Africa in terms of cargo volumes and customers, which makes it a lucrative market for the Sea & Ports Group and Link Logistics to explore. By making this strategic move, the two companies aim to take advantage of the immense potential of the Turkish maritime market, combining their expertise and resources.

Diego Castillo, Managing Director of Sea & Ports Group, expressed his enthusiasm for the venture, stating, “This joint venture with Link Logistics represents a significant milestone for Sea & Ports Group. We are confident that Imagesa Türkiye will play a pivotal role in our strategic expansion efforts in the Eurasian country, a region of increasing importance to our global operations. Through this partnership, we look forward to providing top-tier maritime services to our valued clients.”

“We are delighted to announce the deepening of our collaboration with Marguisa Shipping Lines, the agency we represent, and its parent company Sea & Ports Group. Established through the synergy between Link Logistics and Sea & Ports, Imagesa Türkiye Logistics Services Ltd., is set to become Marguisa Shipping Lines’ new agency in Türkiye. This partnership aims to enhance the diversity of our logistics services, leveraging the extensive market knowledge and experience of both parties. With the aim of positioning Türkiye, a production hub attractive to both Europe and Africa, for a larger market share, we are enthusiastic about this new chapter in our business relationship,’ added Burak Kartal, General Coordinator of Link Logistics.

You just read one of our premium articles free of charge

Register now to keep reading premium articles.

Author: Adnan Bajic

Add your comment

characters remaining.

Log in through one of the following social media partners to comment.