The DWTs of %22150 GT and above%22 ships carrying cargo are decreasing.
In the 2010-2020 period, the DWT of 150 GT and above “freight” vessels in the Turkish Maritime Fleet is decreasing.
This decrease; It is 38.6% for “Dry Cargo (General Cargo)” ships, 59.1% for “Bulk Cargo” ships and 30.6% for the overall total. On the other hand, “Container” ships increased by 23.7% and “Liquid & Gas Tankers” increased by 16.5%.
For other data that may be related to this data, you can refer to the pages %22 Average DWTs of 150 GT and Over Ships According to Ship Types in the Turkish Maritime Fleet and Over 150 GT and Over Ships by Ship Types in the Turkish Maritime Fleet%22.
Source : General Directorate of Maritime Affairs-Department of Maritime Trade Development, Fleet Statistics, DWT and Number Development of Turkish Maritime Fleet by Ship Types Ships of 150 GT and Over,
For detailed information about Dry Cargo Ships, Bulk Cargo Ships, Container Ships, Liquid and Gas Tankers, you can refer to https://armatorlerbirligi.org.tr/gemi-tipleri .
- Gros Tons (GRT / GT): It is the volume in cubic meters below the main deck and the enclosed spaces above the main deck. For detailed information, see https://armatorlerbirligi.org.tr/hacim-ve-agirliklar .
- Deadweight: Deadweight & Deadweight (tonnes) is the weight that a ship can load until it reaches the allowable sinking (main loading line). For detailed information, see https://armatorlerbirligi.org.tr/hacim-ve-agirliklar .