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Projects we have been a part of since 2006...


MSB Coastal Tug Project

According to the contract signed on July 9, 2020 for two Coastal Tugboats to be produced by DEARSAN for our Ministry of National Defense, Coding, Documentation, RCC (Maintenance Operation Cards) and PBS (Planned Maintenance System), Logistics Data File and Pictorial Parts within the scope of Integrated Logistics Support services. Catalogs will be prepared and delivered.

Pakistan Milgem Corvette Project

As part of the "PN MİLGEM Project" signed between ASFAT and the Pakistan Navy, GelişimPark signed a contract with ASFAT in June 2020 on ELD Software and Services and started its work.

The National Ship (MİLGEM) Project includes the production of four MİLGEM ADA Class Corvettes for the Pakistan Navy under the main contractor of ASFAT. The production of two corvettes will be carried out at the Istanbul Shipyard Command, and the production of the other two at the Karachi Shipyard of Pakistan.

Within the scope of the program, the first ship will be completed in Turkey in the 54th month, the second ship in the 60th month in Turkey, the third ship in the 66th month in Pakistan, and the last ship in the 72nd month in Pakistan. The first corvette will be delivered in 2023 and the last corvette in 2025 in Karachi and will enter the Pakistan Navy inventory.

As a sub-contractor, GelişimPark will contribute to Turkey's most important military maritime export project with its 11 years of experience to implement ELD (Integrated Logistics Support) Software and Services.

The export of Turkey's national talent to the “friendly and brotherly country” Pakistan is important in terms of showing the stage the country's industry and engineering capability has reached.


DIMDEG – Integrated Logistics Support Services

Within the scope of the "Marine Replenishment Combat Support Ship (DIMDEG) Procurement Project signed between the Presidency of Defense Industries and Sefine Shipyard  Gelişimpark signed a contract with Sefine in December 2018 for ELD services and started its activities.

With the project prepared for the needs of the Naval Forces Command, the fuel, water needs, food, spare parts, medical supplies and ammunition needs of combat ships will be met by the method of supply at sea. This ship will also have the ability to perform the Command and Control Ship function in the open sea and transoceanic areas together with combat ships such as MİLGEM and LHD.

DIMDEG, which will be the second largest ship of our Navy after the LHD Ship, will be able to resupply at least four ships (food, water, medical supplies, fuel, ammunition, etc.) without shore support, by means of replenishment at sea.

DIMDEG; It will also support the maintenance and repair of ships and manned and unmanned surface and underwater vehicles, helicopters and unmanned aerial vehicles at a certain level.

DIMDEG, which will serve as a Command and Control Ship, will support humanitarian aid, fight against piracy, natural disaster relief, search and rescue, and evacuation of non-combatants within the scope of Non-Combatant Operations.

GEMED Project

Within the scope of the GEMED Project (Developing a Ship Combat Efficiency Assessment Model), consultancy services were started to be provided to STM (Defence Technologies Engineering and Trade Inc.) regarding the development of Logistics/Supply/Supply Life Cycle mathematical models. (June 2018)


LGG – Integrated Logistics Support Services

  • The contract between SELAH Shipyard and GELİŞİMPARK was signed in September 2014 for the ELD services to be realized within the scope of the Logistics Support Ship (LDG) Project, which was started to be built in 2015 for the Naval Forces Command.

  • At the Defense Industry Executive Committee held on May 7, 2014, the contract for the Logistics Support Ship (LDG) Project to be built for the Naval Forces Command was signed with Selah Shipyard on November 24, 2014.

  • The mission of the logistics ships is to provide food, water, clothing, equipment, ammunition, fuel and construction materials for the operational forces; transportation of personnel, equipment and equipment; It is defined as providing logistic support such as medical aid, equipment, vehicles, ship maintenance and repair.

  • Logistic support ships will be used in military bases located in overseas regions to fully meet the logistics needs of the troops.

  • In addition, during possible landings, all the materials and personnel needed can be transported to their place with these ships.

  • This project also bears the title of the project to be built as soon as possible among the projects constructed so far. The first of the Logistics Support Ship will be delivered to the Naval Forces Command in as little as 16 months. The delivery period of the two ships will be 26 months.

  • Contract execution activities continue.


LST – Integrated Logistics Support Services

  • In line with the decisions of SSIK, Anadolu Marine Construction Sledges (ADİK) Shipyard, which won the "Landing Ship Tank - LST" project of the Turkish Naval Forces, signed a contract in 2013 for ELD services and continues its activities in question.

  • These are the ships that need to transfer power to long distances, have air capability and capability, and allow vehicles and people to shelter for a certain period of time in a sheltered way with their large volume and allow personnel and material to be transported. In this way, in addition to contributing to operational and logistics tasks with advanced advanced communications electronics and command and control facilities, it will have the means and capabilities to perform natural disaster tasks when necessary.

  • In the LST project, the tender of which was given to ADİK by the Defense Industry Executive Committee (SSİK) on January 6, 2010, a Supply Contract was signed for two ships on June 16, 2011.

  • In the LST project, where the Contract Calendar started on 17 June 2013, the first ship's sheet was cut on 13 May 2014. The manufacturing process of our ship, which will be named TCG BAYRAKTAR, has started when it is delivered to our glorious Naval Forces Command on February 17, 2017.

  • LST ships will be the most comprehensive ships ever built from private sector military shipyards.

  • 2 Amphibious Ships (LST) ships, which will be built in ADİK Shipyard as a completely domestic and original design, will be of upper medium size and have a significant defense power.

  • LST will be able to navigate safely in the BLACK SEA, MARMARA, AEGEAN SEA and MEDITERRANEAN operational areas, as well as in the international waters of the surrounding and distant seas. It will also make a very important contribution to the representation of our naval power in the world's seas with its vehicle and personnel carrying capacity, command and control services, ability to perform helicopter operations day and night, fire support and emergency medical services.

  • Ship Personnel  : 12 officers, 51 non-commissioned officers, 66 amphibious personnel  : 350 There will be a total bed capacity of 566 people on board.

  • Contract execution activities continue.


LCT- Integrated Logistics Support Services

TURKISH MARINE FORCES “Fast Amphibious Ship (LCT)” Project ELD activities were carried out by GELİŞİMPARK for Anadolu Naval Construction Skids (ADİK) Shipyard.

  • Within the scope of the Fast Amphibious Ship (LCT) project, the contract of which was signed with the Furtrans-ADİK Joint Venture at the end of the tender of SSM in 2009, a total of eight ships for the needs of DzKK were supplied with a 74% domestic contribution commitment.

  • They are the fastest and highest carrying capacity ships in their class, designed and built entirely with domestic resources.

  • Thanks to the developed hull forms, LCTs sail 8-10 knots faster than conventional landing craft.

  • It is an important achievement that the Fast Amphibious Ships with a national design can reach a speed of 18 knots with the 'Single Hull displacement boat', which is rare in the world.

  • In terms of its mission functions, it attracts attention in world markets.



They are the fastest and highest carrying capacity ships in their class, designed and built entirely with domestic resources.

Thanks to the developed hull forms, LCTs sail 8-10 knots faster than conventional landing craft.

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