Netlog Logistics Becomes the First in Logistics and the 14th in All Sectors with an Overseas Turnover of 516 Million TL

Netlog Logistics Becomes the First in Logistics and the 14th in All Sectors with an International Turnover of 516 Million TL

In the “Global Turkish Companies” list prepared by Dun&Bradstreet (D&B) Turkey and CRIF Turkey under the leadership of Fortune Turkey Magazine, a ranking was made according to foreign turnover.

Netlog Logistics ranks 14th in the list of global companies in Turkey with a turnover of 516 Million TL, and 1st among companies in the logistics sector. He was ranked.

Netlog is the 3rd in the number of countries served abroad with 75 countries. He was ranked.

“Netlog Logistics” is the Model Star of the Industry

Netlog, which generated a total turnover of 1 Billion TL in Turkey and abroad in 2013, increased its total turnover to 1.6 Billion TL in 2015. By the end of 2016, it is expected to reach a turnover of over 2.5 Billion TL, with a daily loading traffic of 4,000. It is the biggest actor in the sector with its more than 100 warehouses in three continents, 1.5 million square meters of closed area, nearly 7 thousand permanent employees in 11 countries and more than 20 thousand approved trucks in its fleet.

He established the Netherlands-based Greenbridge BV with a 50-50 partnership with Samskip Holding, one of Europe’s largest container-train operators, with a turnover of 600 Million Euros. The company operates four blocks of trains per week. It received “Belspeed Fashion and Life Style Logistics” in Belgium and “TNT Fashion Logistics” in the Netherlands. (First quarter of 2014) brought the company with 200 Million Euro turnover to Netlog roof. Thus, he shook hands with Europe’s largest fashion logistics company. Established Netlog Logistics Middle East in Dubai and added a new one to its warehouse operations. Netlog USA has started working on establishing offices in India and China.

Netlog has been number one in the industry for years in the fields of chain store distributions, liquid food transportation, fast moving consumer goods logistics and cold chain transportation.

It also has Turkey’s largest refrigerated vehicle fleet and is the largest container forwarding company in Turkey.

Source: Fortune Turkey