Adana Yumurtalik Free Zone is driving the growth of a vibrant energy sector in Turkey, leveraging its proximity and logistical connections with oil and natural gas production in Iraq, Azerbaijan, and the eastern Mediterranean to build up Turkey’s downstream production. It is unique among Turkish free zones in its ability to offer large, infrastructure-ready spaces to petrochemicals investors.

In addition to petrochemicals and chemicals, Adana Yumurtalik is an ideal location for other heavy industries, as well as food and agricultural products and mining. The zone has built a stable investment environment despite insecurity in neighbouring countries and declining commodities prices, on the back of its secure location and logistical strength and potential. The zone has the natural advantage of pipelines coming to the Ceyhan region from Iraq and Azerbaijan, a partnership with Turkey’s largest private port, Toros Ceyhan Terminal Port, new port projects in the works, and nearby air, rail, and highway links.