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OPERATED BY: Aktas Kimya A.S.
ADDRESS: Cumhuriyet Mah. Plaj Yolu Izmit
TELEPHONE: (262) 239 51 42
FAX: (262) 239 51 32
LOCATION: 40° 45' 27" N, 29° 51' 88" E
MAIN ACTIVITY: The terminal is the major unit with its plants located in Izmit where major highway, railroad and harbour are neighboring facilities, its production, marketing, domestic and export sales. Activities are mainly on Industrial chemicals such as; Caustic soda, Chlorine, Hydrochloric acid, Chlorinated paraffin, Sodium hypochlorite
RESTRICTIONS: Max. draft is 7 m. and 10.000 dwt.
ANCHORAGE AREAS: please see "Gulf of Izmit" (Information on best location of anchorage will be given by Pilot station).
PILOTAGE: is compulsory in the Gulf of Izmit from Darica to the port and for berthing and unberthing and anchoring, provided by the Dekas Pilot.VHF channels 12, 16.
TOWAGE: and/or mooring boat compulsory arranged by pilot and and provided by the the Med-Marine.
BERTHING: Usually mooring by stern to the jetty and two buoys on each side. Height from sea level 3 m. Ships use both anchors from their bow. There is no more instruction about new pier that will be operated in middle of 2002.
CARGO HANDLED: All kinds of Chemicals. Hoses from shore to manifold length is 150-200 m. If vessel have no permanent stern line, vessel to provide flexible hoses long enough from ship's manifold to stern plus about 10 meters long hoses for the distance from stern to shore connection.

(3 x 6") + (2 x 4") 90 m3/h (Loading)
(3 x 6") + (2 x 4") 120-200 mt/h (Discharging)

STORAGE AREA: 15 separate carbon steel tanks and 1 fiberglass renforced tank have a total capacity of 12.000 cbm..
FRESH WATER: available by barge.
BUNKER: available by barge only.
AIRPORT: At Istanbul distance apprx. 128 km from the port.
WORKING HOURS: operates 24 hours a day year round.
GARBAGE REMOVAL: service is available by barge.
WASTE OIL DISPOSAL: service is not available.

DOCUMENTS AND GENERAL VIEWS: of these port; please see "A General View of Turkish Ports" in the ports of Turkey section.


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