Rolldock appoints new agent

Rolldock appoints new agent

RollDock, the Heavy Lift shipping specialist based in The Netherlands is pleased to announce that they have appointed BATI Shipping & Trading S.A. as their commercial agent for Turkey. Capt. Caner Aydin is the President of the company.

Capt. Caner AYDIN has extensive experience gained in the shipping and heavy lifting industry. His experience, network and good relationships with Turkish, Japanese and Korean construction companies and EPC leaders makes him a qualified representative.  

He has managed sales and operations for a wide range of projects in the civil construction, offshore and power industries and he will bring added value to clients who are based in Turkey and who have involvements in projects across the world.

Clients will now have a local point of contact for their transport enquiries, tenders, studies and operations. RollDock will provide full support to BATI Shipping & Trading S.A. from their Headquarters in The Netherlands as well as their offices Worldwide.

Capt. Caner AYDIN can be reached at the following location:

Büyükdere Caddesi no 78-80

Akabe Ticaret Merkezi, Fl 2/202

34394 Gayrettepe


Tel:  90 212 293 2400

Fax: 90 212 245 4595  



About RollDock

RollDock is part of the Roll Group which is a privately-held company that offers Heavy Marine Transportation solutions and onshore Engineered Heavy Lifting and Transportation services.

The equipment, the people and the experience of RollDock at sea and Roll-Lift onshore form a unique combination that allows the Roll Group to continuously offer its services at a high quality level.

RollDock has a young fleet of five state of the art ice-classed geared heavy lift dock-type RoRo vessels and Roll-Lift has an expanding fleet of SPMT’s and crawler cranes. Roll-Group is proud on its in-house engineering capabilities and strives for operational excellence.


For additional information:

Dianca Pouw

Communications Roll Group

T 31 10 270 14 50




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