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NETLOG, REDEFINES THE WAY OF TRANSPORT BETWEEN TURKEY, EUROPE AND THE CENTRAL ASIA

Through its half-owned subsidiary Greenbridge, Netlog offers a fast, cost-effective and environmentally responsible transportation option throughout Eurasia via its strategic location in Turkey, acting as a link between Europe, Turkey, and Central Asia. A true multimodal carrier, Greenbridge uses a fully integrated combination of road, rail, and sea transport solutions to provide its customers with more efficient, cost effective and environmentally friendly transport solutions.

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TURKEY TRADE

Goods moving between Turkey and Europe, and vice-versa, travel on ro-ro ships between Istanbul and Trieste, from where there are loaded onto railcars for transport on an owned rail system to Duisburg. Here, they either continue their journey on road and rail to points throughout Europe and Scandinavia, or are loaded onto barges bound for the port Rotterdam, and then shipped to various ports in the British Isles from there.

TURKEY-CENTRAL ASIA LINK

Multimodal solutions between Turkey and Central Asia use a combination of road and air transport options through hubs in Turkey and Dubai. Netlog offers the most cost-effective and reliable service to and from these often operationally challenging markets.

EUROPE-CENTRAL ASIA LINK

Multimodal shipments between Europe and Central Asia travel through hubs in Turkey and Dubai, and make use of an integrated combination of road, rail, air and sea transport options, the combination of which offer an unparalleled degree of efficiency for customers.

ASIA-EUROPE SERVICES

Asia – Europe multimodal services offer multiple options for shippers. Goods can move overland on freight trains that cross the entire length of Asia, or move on ships between Asian ports and Dubai, from where they are flown directly to their destinations in Europe. For maximum cost-effectiveness, the logistics can be set up through hubs in Dubai and Turkey, and make use of all intermodal options, road, rail, sea and air.

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