Incorporated in 1992, BATI Group has international project and heavy lift logistics, freight forwarding, shipping and rail agencies, and chartering companies that provide innovative solutions to Global Logistics. BATI project and heavy-lift logistics professionals are our main asset that gives us huge strength while presenting tailor made solutions and proactive management in line with our deep experience and knowledge in the market. It is the policy of BATI to meet and exceed clients’ expectations by providing high quality transportation and logistics services consistently satisfying the needs of the clients. We offer services on investigating and developing the routes for transportation to and from Turkey, as well as through the neighboring countries. Cross trade is also the one of the service we have been presenting. SERVICES – Project and heavy lift logistics (Construction, Wind farms, all kinds of Power Plants) – Port Agencies and Chartering, – International container (Full and Partial ) forwarding – Railway forwarding (Turkey Agent of Ukrferry) , – All kinds of land transportation, – All kinds of crane service, – International air cargo forwarding (by IATA and Government freight forwarder license), – ISO and Flexitank management (have own chemical and flexi tank containers), – Auto logistics (have own cassette and ramp systems), – Warehousing and distribution. As Bati, we are proud to be one of the few project companies to serve the crucial Caspian region with confidence; we use rail ferry services as Project feeder in the North-South corridor (Between Derince-Turkey, Ilichevsky-Ukraine) although we are operating river-sea going Omskiy type ships between Black Sea and Caspian through Volga-Don rivers with MARCAS line. Our services include stevedoring and double banking operations in Derince, which we use as a project cargo hub. Bati will be more than happy to service your needs!
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