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ANTALYA FREE ZONE

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46.0万元/亩
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0.6km²
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主导产业Logistics And Distribution,Integrated,Light Industry,Logistics And Storage
园区电话:400-618-9895
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Price of land:46.0 million US$/k㎡Subsidy on land: - million US$/k㎡
Environmental protection requirement:No Tax on land: - million US$/k㎡
Factory rental price range:2.42 ~ 5.65 US$/month•㎡Factory sale price range:185 ~ 330 US$/㎡
Office rental price range:6.38 ~ 12.04 US$/month•㎡Office sale price range:408 ~ 660 US$/㎡

Intro

ANTALYA FREE ZONE位于Liman, Serbest Bölge No:50, 07130 Konyaaltı/Antalya, Turkey。

园区主导产业为Logistics And Distribution,Integrated,Light Industry,Logistics And Storage。

整体占地0.6k㎡,

园区本地人口约为2.288 million persons、流动人口约为 - million persons, 区内教育资源丰富,拥有Akdeniz University,, International Community College of Antalya,Eduant Private Russian School and International Russian School,每年毕业人数为: - thousand persons。

除了园区生活配套设施丰富之外, 园区周边交通极其方便——14km to Antalya Konyaalti,11.9 km to Tramvay Sarampol Duragi,12.1km to Old City Marina ,24.8 km to Antalya Airport。

区内厂房出售价格185-330 US$/month•㎡起, 出租价格2.42-5.65 US$/㎡起。

写字楼出售价格408-660 US$/month•㎡起, 出租价格6.38-12.04 US$/㎡起。

ANTALYA FREE ZONE欢迎您的入驻,如想了解更多园区详细信息,可随时致电或留言。

ANTALYA FREE ZONE期待与您共创辉煌!

Cost

Water:0.75 US$/m³Commercial electricity tariff:0.09 US$/kWh
Heavy industry electricity tariff:0.15 US$/kWhIndustrial electricity tariff (peak):0.12 US$/kWh
Industrial electricity tariff (off-peak):0.09 US$/kWhIndustrial electricty tariff (average):0.09 US$/kWh
Natural gas: - US$/m³Water treatment:1.15 US$/t.
Minimum wage: - US$/monthOrdinary worker:400-600 US$/month
Land value tax: -

Facilities

Distance to freight station:14km to Antalya KonyaaltiDistance to railway station:11.9 km to Tramvay Sarampol Duragi
Distance to habor:12.1km to Old City Marina Distance to airport:24.8 km to Antalya Airport
Introduction of district:Hopa is a city and district of Artvin Province in northeast Turkey. It is located on the eastern Turkish Black Sea coast about 67 km (42 mi) from the city of Artvin and 18 kilometres from the border with Georgia.
Roads logistics:The average amount of time people spend commuting with public transit in Antalya, for example to and from work, on a weekday is 63 min. 14.% of public transit riders, ride for more than 2 hours every day. The average amount of time people wait at a stop or station for public transit is 23 min, while 50% of riders wait for over 20 minutes on average every day. The average distance people usually ride in a single trip with public transit is 7.6 kilometres (4.7 miles), while 13% travel for over 12 kilometres (7.5 miles) in a single direction.
Railway logistics:A tram system, opened in 1999, runs from Antalya Museum, and the Sheraton Voyager and Falez hotels, along the main boulevard through the city center at Kalekapisi, Hadrian's Gate, Karaalioglu Park, and ending at Talya Oteli. Trams depart on the hour and half-hour from the terminal (east and west), and reach Kalekapisi between 10 and 15 minutes later.
Residential housing price in this city:1070 US$/㎡
Support for residing in Park: -
Living environment: -
Access to supermarkets:BIM,Migros Jet,Gunes Market
Commerical enviornment: -
Access to shopping malls:PETSHOP PETPEMBE LIMAN MAH,MAKAM MARKET
Access to hotels:ZEL Hotel,Boutique House Mim-A,Pacco Hotel Spa
Access to leisure and entertainment:Park,Sarisu Park,Lemon Park House
Access to healthcare:Private Olympos Hospital,Medstar Hospital Group,Antalya Private Life Hospital
Access to education:Access Study Yurtdisi Egitim,ALS Antalya Summer School,Perspektif Akademi

Plan

Antalya Free Zone is on the route of Antalya-Kemer. It is located adjacent to Antalya Port. It is 12 km and 25 km to the city centrum and to the airport respectively. It has a total area of 625.490 square meters. It has been in service since November 14, 1987.

Its land and infrastructure are funded by the state, while its superstructure is funded by the investing firms. According to the Decision of the Council of Ministers, the right of operation was given to the private sector. To this end, ASBAŞ (Antalya Free Zone Operator Inc.) was established, 34% shares of which does belong to public while the rest – 66% - does belong to private sector.

Directorate of Free Zone, Customs Directorate of Free Zone, Directorate of Customs Enforcement in Free Zone, and Free Zone Police Authority directly serve for the Free Zone and they are organized based on their own administrative structure. They are in a constant operation to minimize the red tape in Free Zone and prevent the waste of time.

Financial, logistic advantages of Antalya Free Zone as well as the natural advantages of the city create a highly important and cost-effective investment environment for the investors. Antalya Free Zone was put into service in 1987. In the first instance the zone was used as a machinery park for the firms who take tenders from the Mediterranean countries. Then in 1994 a decree was issued to open shopping malls for tourists considering the tourism potential of the city. Since 1995 Antalya Free Zone has made a considerable progress in terms of textile production. Maritime is one of the most fast growing sector in our country. Therefore Antalya Free Zone has received many applications for building mega yachts since 2000 and attracted many investors in this sector. It is especially reported that the applications have increased significantly since 2003.

The occupancy rate has reached to 95% in our zone which is an important center of investment for national and international firms. Currently 3000 people are employed in Antalya Free Zone. It is estimated that the trade volume has reached to $ 700 million as of 2010. It ranks the 8th among 19 free zones in Turkey in terms of trade volume. However, it ranks the 4th in terms of employment as its operations are mainly based on production.

Our zone has the capacity to compete with all the developed free zones with its electricity, water and telecommunication services and its green field, roads and waste treatment facilities. Since 1998 it has a quay where all type of loading and unloading activities can be carried out.

Our zone operates harmoniously with the tourism texture of Antalya without polluting the environment and without creating any visual and noise pollution. It embraces 106 firms which operate in such sectors as luxury boat construction, medicine, agriculture based on plant reproduction, Textile, Agriculture, Mine-Wood, Electricity-Electronics, and Renting. It provides raw materials for our country through sale and and purchase of such goods.

The firms operating within the Free Zone can either be fully national or international. Our Free Zone is next to EU and Middle East markets. Many industrial products produced in Turkey can enter EU market with zero customs duty. Moreover, transportation is available from Zone to port, roads, and culture, tourism and entertainment and recreation centers.

What makes Antalya Free Zone special is that it is located close both to the Airport and to the City Centrum. This instantly brings many advantages. It is one of a few coastal free zones. Therefore the goods are delivered directly from the zone’s own port. As it is advantageous in terms of transportation and accommodation, both investors and international customers prefer Antalya for their trade and tourism activities. The operator of Antalya Free Zone, ASBAŞ, was entitled by the international TÜV Industrie Service GmbH to have a DIN EN ISO 9001 : 2008 Quality Management Certificate in October 10, 2006.

Our aim is to make Antalya Free Zone one of the most important and profitable center for investment in the world.

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Antalya (Turkish pronunciation: [ɑnˈtɑljɑ]) is the fifth-most populous city in Turkey and the capital of its eponymous province. Located on Anatolia's flourishing southwest coast bordered by the Taurus Mountains, Antalya is the largest Turkish city on the Mediterranean coast with over one million people in its metropolitan area. The city that is now Antalya was first settled around 200 BC by the Attalid dynasty of Pergamon, which was soon subdued by the Romans. Roman rule saw Antalya thrive, including the construction of several new monuments, such as Hadrian's Gate, and the proliferation of neighboring cities. The city has changed hands several times, including to the Byzantine Empire in 1207 and an expanding Ottoman Empire in 1391. Ottoman rule brought relative peace and stability for the next five hundred years. The city was transferred to Italian suzerainty in the aftermath of World War I, but was recaptured by a newly independent Turkey in the War of Independence. Antalya is Turkey's biggest international sea resort, located on the Turkish Riviera. Large-scale development and governmental funding has promoted tourism. A record 12.5 million tourists passed through the city in 2014. Antalya was the host city for the 2015 G-20 summit and the EXPO 2016. In 2015, the population was 2.288 million.
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Introduction

Antalya Free Zone is on the route of Antalya-Kemer. It is located adjacent to Antalya Port. It is 12 km and 25 km to the city centrum and to the airport respectively. It has a total area of 625.490 square meters. It has been in service since November 14, 1987.

Its land and infrastructure are funded by the state, while its superstructure is funded by the investing firms. According to the Decision of the Council of Ministers, the right of operation was given to the private sector. To this end, ASBAŞ (Antalya Free Zone Operator Inc.) was established, 34% shares of which does belong to public while the rest – 66% - does belong to private sector.

Directorate of Free Zone, Customs Directorate of Free Zone, Directorate of Customs Enforcement in Free Zone, and Free Zone Police Authority directly serve for the Free Zone and they are organized based on their own administrative structure. They are in a constant operation to minimize the red tape in Free Zone and prevent the waste of time.

Financial, logistic advantages of Antalya Free Zone as well as the natural advantages of the city create a highly important and cost-effective investment environment for the investors. Antalya Free Zone was put into service in 1987. In the first instance the zone was used as a machinery park for the firms who take tenders from the Mediterranean countries. Then in 1994 a decree was issued to open shopping malls for tourists considering the tourism potential of the city. Since 1995 Antalya Free Zone has made a considerable progress in terms of textile production. Maritime is one of the most fast growing sector in our country. Therefore Antalya Free Zone has received many applications for building mega yachts since 2000 and attracted many investors in this sector. It is especially reported that the applications have increased significantly since 2003.

The occupancy rate has reached to 95% in our zone which is an important center of investment for national and international firms. Currently 3000 people are employed in Antalya Free Zone. It is estimated that the trade volume has reached to $ 700 million as of 2010. It ranks the 8th among 19 free zones in Turkey in terms of trade volume. However, it ranks the 4th in terms of employment as its operations are mainly based on production.

Our zone has the capacity to compete with all the developed free zones with its electricity, water and telecommunication services and its green field, roads and waste treatment facilities. Since 1998 it has a quay where all type of loading and unloading activities can be carried out.

Our zone operates harmoniously with the tourism texture of Antalya without polluting the environment and without creating any visual and noise pollution. It embraces 106 firms which operate in such sectors as luxury boat construction, medicine, agriculture based on plant reproduction, Textile, Agriculture, Mine-Wood, Electricity-Electronics, and Renting. It provides raw materials for our country through sale and and purchase of such goods.

The firms operating within the Free Zone can either be fully national or international. Our Free Zone is next to EU and Middle East markets. Many industrial products produced in Turkey can enter EU market with zero customs duty. Moreover, transportation is available from Zone to port, roads, and culture, tourism and entertainment and recreation centers.

What makes Antalya Free Zone special is that it is located close both to the Airport and to the City Centrum. This instantly brings many advantages. It is one of a few coastal free zones. Therefore the goods are delivered directly from the zone’s own port. As it is advantageous in terms of transportation and accommodation, both investors and international customers prefer Antalya for their trade and tourism activities. The operator of Antalya Free Zone, ASBAŞ, was entitled by the international TÜV Industrie Service GmbH to have a DIN EN ISO 9001 : 2008 Quality Management Certificate in October 10, 2006.

Our aim is to make Antalya Free Zone one of the most important and profitable center for investment in the world.

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