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Second hand / used clothes in Turkey

The use clothes are sorted and selling used clothes i.e. textile and related items such as shoes, bags, belts and toys. Unsorted, the so-called original clothes are imported (collected in Europe) and sorted in our well-organized warehouses. The management and employees of SH Istanbul are dedicated to permanent and effectively applying of innovative methods for efficiently sorting, importing-exporting, selling used clothes and related accessories at… Read More »Second hand / used clothes in Turkey

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What to import from Turkey

When wine is the topic, France comes to mind first. When olive oil is said, Italy is the best without dispute. Of course, the number one place to find various exotic and delicious spices is India. What about Turkey? There should be great items from originating in this intercontinental country. So, what are the unique products of Turkey? Some might say baklava, others might say… Read More »What to import from Turkey

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10 Easy Steps To Importing Products

Sourcing: First identify who the supplier is! It is evident however there are numerous ways to purchasing items in Turkey. Through middlemen, wholesalers and manufacturers or any number of “secondary passage” sources. Agents operate on a commission basis whilst trading companies include costs in the quoted price, most wholesalers and factories in Turkey operate through an agent or trading company to export.  You can utilities… Read More »10 Easy Steps To Importing Products

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The 25 Largest ports in Africa

1. Port of Durban, South Africa (ZADUR) The port of Durban is located on the east part of South Africa. The port of Durban has the following port units: Transnet Port Terminals – Durban Container Terminal, Pier 1 Container Terminal, Multi-Purpose Terminal, Durban Car Terminal and Maydon Wharf Terminal. Durban Container Terminal the largest container terminal in the southern hemisphere. 60% of the total number… Read More »The 25 Largest ports in Africa

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Ports in Turkey

The biggest ports in Turkey based on their cargo handling capacity. Bordered by four different seas, Turkey has a total coastline of 8,333 kilometers. Thus, it’s no surprise that there are almost 200 ports and piers in total in Turkey.27 of Turkish ports are classified as container ports. Let’s take a closer to the top 20 ports in Turkey, based on their cargo handling capacity.… Read More »Ports in Turkey

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