NAVY – TIER 1 OIL SPILL RESPONSE SERVICES 2015


navy-tier-1-oil-spill-responseMAVI DENIZ sign agreement at 05.10.2015 with NATO Navy Ships for Tier 1 oil spill response services and deploying oil booms in order to prevent oil spills during oil bunkering services in the ports within Aegean Area within 2015.
MAVI DENIZ operates and have 4 different Oil Spill Response Center within the Black Sea, Marmara Sea, Mediterranean Sea and the Aegean Sea. The oil spill boom laying is an obligation serve to protect our seas. NATO (The North Atlantic Treaty Organization) also gives importance to protect the seas.
The last oil boom laying service is done in the Port of Izmir. As the third largest city in Turkey and an important business center as well as the urban center of a large industrial and agricultural region, the Port of Izmir plays a vital role in the country’s economy and export trade. The Port of Izmir handles all types of cargo, and it is well connected with Turkey’s rail and highway networks.
The cargo-handling facilities in the Port of Izmir include 24 berths with a total length of 3.3 thousand meters. The berths are well-equipped to handle all types of cargo with a 200-ton capacity floating crane, five 40-ton quayside gantry cranes, nine shore cranes, and 14 mobile cranes as well as numerous stackers, forklifts, loaders, and trailers.
The Port of Izmir’s Container Terminal has seven berths with alongside depth of 13 meters. The berths total 1050 meters, and the container terminal covers 152 thousand square meters. The terminal has to hold capacity for 7074 TEUs, and the quays are served by five 40-ton capacity gantry cranes. Reefer facilities for refrigerated containers are available.
For more information please contact us: info@mavideniz.com.tr