Where possible, GALPAN details all assemblies transportable with standard containers as stackable and packable items. The default standard for marking/labeling and packing design is EN 1090-1 Execution of steel structures and aluminium structures. Requirements for conformity assessment of structural components. If not, a client required system is applied.

Just starting from the initial design phase of each project, GALPAN puts particular emphasis on transport logistics as to how the individually designed elements will be stowed and unloaded once manufacturing is finished.

GALPAN executes structural engineering and 3D model based detailing considering the constraints of transportation logistics. Thus, when it comes to executing a “logistics design,” GALPAN starts the process with “transportable” assemblies. As a result, it is always possible to reach an optimal logistics methodology.

This requires meticulously prepared plans and procedures that will ensure safe handling of the goods as well as the safety of its workers and any third parties who will be involved. GALPAN may offer creative logistics solutions that will reduce project’s cost and budgeted time for transportation of unusually heavy, large and long pieces or for optimizing ship loading amounts.

Thanks to its proximity to major economic markets such as Middle East, Europe, CIS and even to North Africa, Turkey enjoys a unique geographical position. This advantageous position makes Turkey the logistics hub in its region. As being the indispensable element of logistics infrastructure, well advanced roads and ports, either privately or state run ones, of Turkey offer superior operational efficiency.


Case Study: SRPTM – Tanger