From time immemorial, Turkey has occupied a leading position in the export of goods on the world market. This is facilitated by the low cost and trade margin of Turkish products with the decent quality and safety of goods, taking into account their cost. The most popular cargoes in this direction are textile products, footwear, agricultural products, and jewelry.
Recently, Turkey has reached a new level of significance for participants in foreign economic activity. Part of the goods can no longer be transported along the routes familiar to everyone, supply chains are forced to quickly rebuild. If we talk about road transport, to deliver goods from Turkey to the countries of Eastern Europe, you can use transit through Georgia or Georgia and Azerbaijan, or through the European Union. Transit through the territory of Turkey has become more relevant than ever, but in addition to the obvious advantages, Turkish transit has its own characteristics and limitations.