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Group H Turnover Index increased by 86.44% year-on-year in April 2021.

Turnover Index increased by 70.66% year on year and decreased by 2.39% monthly for Group H-49 in April 2021; It increased 91.62% year-on-year and 2.11% monthly for Group H-52, and increased 89.62% year-on-year and 13.27% month-on-month for Group H-53.

Group H is the 7th occupation branch with the highest increase with an increase of 86.44% compared to the same month of the previous year, and the 6th occupation branch with the highest increase with an increase of 0,33% compared to the previous month among the 10 “Occupational Groups” examined.

The situation in April of 2020 and 2021 shows the effect of Covid-19.

You can view the March data of Group H Turnover Index Annual Change here .

Source : TUIK, Turnover Indices (April 2021), Service turnover index and rates of change (2009-2021)


  • Group H : Transport and Storage
  • Group H 49 : Land Transport and Pipeline Transport
  • Group H 50 : Water Transport
  • Group H 51 : Air Freight
  • Group H 52: Storage and Supporting Activities for Transport
  • Group H 53: Postal and Courier Activities

Free of “Calendar effects” for “Yearly” and “Seasonal and calendar effects” for “Monthly”

Examined Occupational Groups: Industry (Mining and Quarrying, Manufacturing), Construction, Commerce, Service (Transport and Storage, Accommodation and Food, Information and Communication, Real Estate, Vocational, Scientific and Technical, Administrative and Support)

Turnover is an important short-term indicator used to evaluate the economic situation in our country. Turnover Indices are calculated in order to monitor the development of this concept, which consists of sales of goods and services invoiced by the workplace in the reference month, to monitor its changes over months and years, to enable international inquiries and comparisons in line with the European Union legislation, and to constitute a source for various researches. All enterprises that submit VAT returns to the Revenue Administration are included in the index calculation.

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