Turkey Logistics and Warehousing Market Share, Revenue, Demand, Trends, Growth Drivers, Challenges, CAGR Status and Future Investment Strategies Till 2033


Turkey Logistics and Warehousing Market Share, Revenue, Demand, Trends, Growth Drivers, Challenges, CAGR Status and Future Investment Strategies Till 2033: SPER Market Research

 Published: Mar-2024
 Author: SPER Analyst

Turkey Logistics and Warehousing Market is projected to be worth USD XX Billion by 2033 with a CAGR of XX%.

Logistics and warehousing refer to the management and storage of items across the supply chain. Logistics is the coordination of transportation, inventory management, and distribution to guarantee that items are efficiently moved from production to consumption. Warehousing is concerned with the storage and management of products within facilities while optimising space utilisation, inventory control, and order fulfilment. Logistics and warehousing work closely together to facilitate the movement of goods, improve supply chain efficiency, and satisfy consumer demands.

Turkey Logistics and Warehousing Market Driving Factors and Challenges
Turkey's freight forwarding industry has expanded quickly over the last five years, driven by increased demand for land and marine freight services throughout the country. Turkey's logistics business has benefited greatly from the expansion of its road network, which has been supplemented by initiatives to build rail and maritime freight routes, positioning Turkey as a significant logistics hub. Furthermore, China's Belt and Road Initiative is expected to benefit Turkey's logistics sector. The rapid rise of the manufacturing and automotive industries, combined with rising international trade and containerisation levels, has raised demand for transport services. Similarly, the warehousing market has expanded due to increased manufacturing output, higher imports, and government infrastructure spending. Cold storage facilities are in great demand, and Turkey is emerging as a significant transshipment hub, fueling warehousing industry growth. Technological advancements such as Warehouse Management Systems (WMS) and automation have increased warehouse operations efficiency. 

Furthermore, the courier and parcel industry has expanded tremendously as a result of increased online purchasing, rising smartphone and internet usage, and lifestyle changes. Cross-border e-commerce and advancements in e-commerce logistics have also aided market expansion. Furthermore, the third-party logistics (3PL) market has continuously expanded as organisations outsource logistics to focus on core operations and save costs. This expansion has led in the formation of new players, with foreign logistics companies working with domestic businesses to obtain industry expertise and market presence.

However, issues persist, including regulatory obstacles such as customs procedures and bureaucratic barriers that can impede commodity transportation. Infrastructure bottlenecks and capacity limits pose additional challenges, especially in densely populated urban areas. Furthermore, geopolitical tensions and economic uncertainty in the region may have an impact on trade volumes and investment attitudes, threatening the stability of Turkey's logistics and warehousing markets. Addressing these issues while capitalising on development opportunities is important to Turkey's logistics industry's future success.

Impact of COVID-19 on Turkey Logistics and Warehousing Market
The COVID-19 pandemic has had a tremendous influence on Turkey's logistics and warehousing market. Lockdown restrictions and global trade disruptions have caused demand swings and supply chain interruptions. Reduced consumer spending, logistical restrictions, and supply chain delays are all potential challenges. However, the epidemic has expedited the development of e-commerce, increasing demand for warehouse space and last-mile delivery. To reduce the impact, businesses have developed safety standards, diversified supply chains, and embraced digitalization to increase resilience in the face of continuous uncertainty.

Turkey Logistics and Warehousing Market Key Players
The market study provides market data by competitive landscape, revenue analysis, market segments and detailed analysis of key market players such as; Agility Logistics, Aras Kargo, Barsan Global Logistics, Borusan Logistics, DB Schenker, DHL, Ekol Logistics, Hellmann Worldwide Logistics, Karinca Logistics, KITA Logistics, Kuehne + Nagel, Mars Logistics, MNG Kargo, Netlog Logistics, Omsan Logistics, Surat Kargo, Yurtici Cargo, Yusen Inci Logistics, Others.

Turkey Logistics and Warehousing Market Segmentation

By Mode of Service: Based on the Mode of Service, Turkey Logistics and Warehousing Market is segmented as; Air Freight, Rail Freight, Road Freight and via Pipelines, Sea Freight.

By Mode of Freight: Based on the Mode of Freight, Turkey Logistics and Warehousing Market is segmented as; Domestic Freight Forwarding, International Freight Forwarding.

By Business Model: Based on the Business Model, Turkey Logistics and Warehousing Market is segmented as; Cold Storage, Container Freight/Inland Container Depot, Industrial/Retail.

By Type of Warehouses: Based on the Type of Warehouses, Turkey Logistics and Warehousing Market is segmented as; Closed Warehouses, Cold Storage, Open Yards.

By End User: Based on the End User, Turkey Logistics and Warehousing Market is segmented as; Automotive, Consumer Retail, Food and Beverages, Manufacturing, Others.

By Region: This research also includes data for North, South, East, West.

This study also encompasses various drivers and restraining factors of this market for the forecast period. Various growth opportunities are also discussed in the report.

Join Our SPER Panel

Our Global Clients

Our data-driven insights have influenced the strategy of 200+ reputed companies across the globe.
SPER-Astellas Pharma
SPER-Citi Bank
SPER-Johnson & Johnson


Market Research

We are the leading, full-service global market research and consulting company.

iso-1 iso-1 iso-1 ESOMAR
Secure Payments
SPER Payment Options
Contact HR

 [email protected]