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Title: ESS Elektronik Sertifika Sistemi


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TURKISH SHIPBUILDING INDUSTRY
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In Turkey all the shipyards are owned by private
companies. There are only 4 state owned shipyards
for navy. Private shipyards try to increase the
capacity by modernization and by new investments.
All of these activities are coordinated by
Undersecretariat for Maritime Affairs. While
the number of shipyards in Turkey was 45 in 2002,
it reached to 107 in 2009. The new shipyard
projects has increased after 2003 with 132 new
projects, 70 of them are in currently progress.
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SHIPYARDS IN OPERATION
KASTAMONU (1)
SAMSUN (1)
ISTANBUL (49)
ZONGULDAK (9)
TRABZON (8)
ORDU (1)
SAKARYA (1)
BALIKESIR (1)
IZMIT (9)
YALOVA (23)
ÇANAKKALE (2)
TOTAL 107


ADANA (1)
HATAY (1)
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ON GOING SHIPYARD PROJECTS
SINOP(1)
ORDU (2)
KASTAMONU(2)
ISTANBUL ( 3)
ZONGULDAK (4)
TRABZON Yeni-Çam Tersane Projesi (5)
SAMSUN Tersaneler Bölgesi (8)
ÇANAKKALE (6)
YALOVA(28)
B.KESIR (3)
TOTAL 70
Adana (6)
HATAY (1)
Mersin (1)
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The project capacity of shipyards was 550.000 DWT
in 2002, this capacity increased 7 times more and
reached to 3,8 million DWT in 2009. By the
realisation of new shipyard projects, the total
capacity will further increase to 7,5 million DWT
in 2013.
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The total orderbook of Turkish shipyards was 223
as of May 2009.
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Turkey with 5.214 ft, got the 7th rank in super
yatch orders at 2008.
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In four years period (1998-2002) the number of
ships delivered was 142 and in the period of
2003-2007, it increased to 368. Number of ships
delivered in 2008 was 143. The tonnage of
delivered ships was increased to 2 million DWT in
the period of 2003-2007. This figure was 680.000
DWT in the period of 1998-2002. In 2008, these
quantities reached up to 784.722 DWT/year. The
value of export in the marine sector was 1
billion 200 million U.S. Dollars in the period
198-2002 and this value reached to 5 billion 300
million U.S. Dollars in the period of 2003-2007,
by four times. As the end of 2008, export9
figures exceeded 2 billion 500 million U.S.
Dollars.
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Main Ship Catagories Built in Turkish Shipyards
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EMPLOYMENT IN SHIBUILDING INDUSTRY
The employment capacity of shipbuilding industry
has doubled in the past five years.
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SHIP RECYCLING INDUSTRY
Recycling facilities after 2007-2008 investments
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SHIP RECYCLING INDUSTRY
Social Facility Investments
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SHIP RECYCLING INDUSTRY
Workers Training
Health and Safety
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SHIP RECYCLING INDUSTRY
DISMANTLING BY MODERN EQUIPMENT
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SHIP RECYCLING INDUSTRY
LDT
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SHIPBUILDING SUB-INDUSTRY
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SHIPBUILDING SUB-INDUSTRY
Turkish shipbuilding sub-industries have a
parallel development with the shipbuilding
industry. Shipyards import around 50 of its need
of supply products (main engine, boiler, oil-fuel
separators, navigation equipments, sensors
etc.). Turkish shipbuilding sub-industry proved
itself with the production of some equipment
such as medium power generator, hatch cover,
cabin skylight, certificated steel plate and
profile, deck equipment, windlass, rudder
machinery, propeller, electrical equipment,
synthetic and steel rope, ship chains, anchors,
accommodation modules, fireproof panels,
free-fall lifeboat, all kind of valves, fire
extinguishers etc.  
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SHIP BUILDING SUB INDUSTRY
EMPLOYMENT IN SHIP BUILDING SUB INDUSTRY
WORKERS
In ship building sub industry, the workforce was
30.000 people in 2002, then reached to 100.000 in
2007. However, because of the global economic
crisis, Turkish Shipyards were affected in a
negative way and caused to decrease in workforce.
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