Turkey ranks 53rd among 190 countries in the “required formalities for the construction of a warehouse” country ranking.
According to the %22Doing Business%22 report prepared by the World Bank, Turkey has risen in the %22formalities required for the construction of a warehouse%22, but there has not been much change in the sub-criteria required for this.
For other data related to this data, you can refer to the Amount of Cargo Handled in Ports in Turkey, Amount of Export Cargo Handled in Ports in Turkey, Amount of Import Cargo Handled in Ports in Turkey and Amount of Transit Cargo Handled in Ports in Turkey.
- 190 countries for 2020, 2019, 2018 and 2017; 189 countries for 2016 and 2015
- For the years 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019, %22Score for Legal Procedures%22, %22Time Score for Legal Procedures%22, %22Cost Score for Legal Procedures%22 and %22Building Quality Control Index Score%22 criteria are left blank.%22
- Dealing with Construction Permits: Dealing with Permits Required for Warehouse Construction (order of country): Legal permits to be obtained and legal procedures to be followed to complete all the formalities required for the construction of a warehouse; the time taken to complete the permits and procedures required for this construction; the cost to complete the permits and procedures required for this construction, and the quality control and safety mechanisms in the construction permit system. This topic tracks the procedures, time and cost to build a warehouse—including obtaining necessary the licenses and permits, submitting all required notifications, requesting and receiving all necessary inspections and obtaining utility connections. In addition, the Dealing with Construction Permits indicator measures the building quality control index, evaluating the quality of building regulations, the strength of quality control and safety mechanisms, liability and insurance regimes, and professional certification requirements. * Procedures, time and cost to complete all formalities to build a warehouse and the quality control and safety mechanisms in the construction permitting system.
- Procedures to legally build a warehouse (number) : Submitting all relevant documents and obtaining all necessary clearances, licenses, permits and certificates; Submitting all required notifications and receiving all necessary inspections; Obtaining utility connections for water and sewerage; Registering and selling the warehouse after its completion;
- Time required to complete each procedure (calendar days) : Does not include time spent gathering information; Each procedure starts on a separate day—though procedures that can be fully completed online are an exception to this rule; Procedure is considered completed once final document is received; No prior contact with officials
- Cost required to complete each procedure : Official costs only, no bribes * (i) Cost (% of warehouse value): Cost (% of Warehouse Value)
- Building quality control index (0-15) : Quality of building regulations (0-2); Quality control before construction (0-1); Quality control during construction (0-3); Quality control after construction (0-3); Liability and insurance regimes (0-2); Professional certifications (0-4) * Building Quality Control Index (0-15)
- DTF score for dealing with construction permits (0–100) : Distance to Frontier (DTF) scores: Distance from “best” scores in Dealing with Permits Required for Warehouse Construction
- Estimated value of warehouse : Estimated Value of the Warehouse (TL)
- Score for Procedures : Procedure Score; Score for Time: Time Score; Score for Cost: Cost Score;
- Score for Building quality control index : Building Quality Control Index Score
- Warehouse: 1,300 m2; 3 meters high; On a 929 m2 plot (standard measurements for all countries)