Incentives and Advantages
In addition to incentives and advantages available to all Free Zones, The Adana Yumurtalik Free Zone offers the following:
✔ Operating under a build-operate-transfer model, the 4.6 million m² Adana Yumurtalik Free Zone is one of the largest in Turkey and in the world. With 5 km of shoreline and its proximity to North Africa and the Middle East, the zone offers investors unparalleled logistic and strategic strengths. This is an opportunity to rent as much land as you need at very reasonable rates. Your investment is further protected by State guarantees.
✔ You can take advantage of Turkey's largest private marine terminal, The Toros Port, which offers rapid loading and unloading services immediately adjacent to the Adana Yumurtalik Free Zone. The marine terminal is able to simultaneously accommodate as many as 9 ships with varying sizes up to 110,000 DWT and can load and unload up to 40,000 tons per day.
✔ There is a direct connection from the Adana Yumurtalik Free Zone to the Gaziantep-Mersin-Pozantı highway.
✔ There is easy, quick highway access to The Adana airport (80 km) and the Hatay airport (90 km)
The rail link, which is currently 16 km from The Adana Yumurtalik Free Zone, is being extended directly into the zone.
✔ All facilities such as roads, electricity, water, internet, telephone and sewage are provided to the boundaries of your property.
✔ Production, service and management personnel are abundant in the neighboring areas of Adana, Osmaniye, Hatay, Ceyhan, Erzin, Sarimazi and Yumurtalik. Wages are quite reasonable in comparison with other Free Zones.
✔ There are 2 warehouses available for rent, each 2,700 m² , that could be subdivided into up to 6 separate areas, as well as 27 offices of varying sizes, some of which can be combined to create larger work areas.
✔ Transportation to all ports, international highways, rail lines, airports as well as cultural, touristic and entertainment facilities is easy.
✔ Because TAYSEB is a part of TEKFEN, you can rest assured that you are in good hands.
You can learn more about Free Zones in Turkey by visiting the Turkish Government Ministry of Economy at www.ekonomi.gov.tr.