Turkey Earthquake Impact on Ports and Shipping
The earthquake in Turkey and Syria is impacting major Black Sea and Mediterranean ports, potentially having global impacts.
project44’s latest data reports highlight the most impacted regions and ports as well as Turkey’s export dwell time. Port of Iskenderun has halted exports while Port of Mersin’s export dwell time rose to 10.63 days. These changes could potentially agitate the ongoing oil shortage across the globe.
Ships Within 25 Nautical Miles of Turkey, Syria and Cyprus
A 7.8 magnitude earthquake with a 7.5 magnitude aftershock hit Turkey and Syria on Monday, February 6th. Here are the location of cargo and Tanker ships in the Area. project44 will continue to monitor movement. if tankers are not moving, this can escalate the already prominent oil shortage that started due to Russia invasion of Ukraine.
Turkey Export Dwell
A 7.8 magnitude earthquake with a 7.5 magnitude aftershock hit Turkey and Syria on Monday, February 6th. One of the areas affected is the port of Iskenderun. exports were discontinued as of February 6th. The area is highly volatile when it comes to export dwell times and project44 will continue monitoring to determine whether recent upticks in dwell time in Merin and Aliaga will result in broader supply chain impacts