Kumport Terminal Security is executed in accordance with the rules of the International Ships and Port Facility Security Code (ISPS CODE) which came into force as of 1st of July 2004. Having completed the studies related to the International Ships and Port Facility Security Code (ISPS CODE) as of 1st July 2004, Kumport Terminal Services received an ISPS CODE Conformity Certificate in accordance with the Port Security Plan which it submitted to the Maritime Affairs Undersecretariate. While the terminal security is being carried out under this context it has been applying the rules stated on the Security Plan of Kumport Terminal Services approved by the Undersecretary for Nautical Affairs
What is ISPS code?
After the September 11 incidents, all the world become aware of the fact that terrorism was a global problem and that the countries had to fight this problem in coordination. In this regard the Marine Security Committee (MSC) was empowered by the International Marine Organization (IMO) for taking new measures for the security of the vessels and the port premises having the purpose to prevent the terrorist actions which may occur on board while sailing and which may come from the sea. International Ship and Port Facility Security Code (ISPS CODE) was formed by the Marine Security Committee (MSC) comprising the new rules for preventing the terrorist actions which may occur on board while sailing and which may come from the sea and the new measures for the security of ships and port premises. A security concept was brought to the marine sector by the International Ships and Port Facility Security Code (ISPS CODE) which came into force as of 1st of July 2004 and it created a start to new arrangements for the marine security by IMO including the vessels and the port facilities. The responsibility of the ISPS CODE intends to provide all kinds of safety in the ports and the vessels approved by the International Marine Organization (IMO) and is shared by the terminal operators, ships and cargo owners. The ISPS CODE foresees the participation of all countries who are members of IMO and the maritime companies in the system. Besides the vessels and the port facilities ISPS plans the formation of security equipment and means of control for checking the cargo entries and exits.
Kumport ISPS Certificate
Port Facility Security Officer (PFSO) Contact Details
Port Facility Security Officer of Kumport Terminal Services
Tel : +90 212 866 83 00 (8334)
Fax : +90 212 866 83 97 / +90 212 875 27 71
E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org / email@example.com
Mobile : +90 533 391 94 76 (4334)