Born in 1998 in Istanbul. Graduated from Piri Reis Maritime High School and Piri Reis University. She met and joined Zeymarine family in 2023. Her favorite activity is reading books on psychology and self improvement. Her target is to be productive and find the best solutions while supporting team work.
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The maritime industry is continually evolving and reviving. If we operate in this field, we have to keep ourselves up to momentum’, she responds to the question of which aspects she likes the most about her job. One of the things she enjoys the most about her occupation is the daily opportunity to learn new things and enhance herself. Additionally, she thinks that her job necessitates continual attention and movement. She finds satisfaction in recognising her mind is always engaged and the outcomes she gets from initiatives.
Maritime shipping faces challenges, much like any other industry. She envisions global and Turkish marine commerce as continuing to expand and develop. According to her, one of the main difficulties is the hinterland problem at ports. The capacity of ports cannot directly rise in direct proportion to the daily growth in marine trade. Due to towns, roads, and railroads being close to port areas, ports are unable to expand. Efficiency suffers because they try to handle more than they can handle (to avoid losing consumers).
Her finest piece of advice to anyone just entering the field is to keep up with industry journals, news, and changes in order to stay current.
She roots for performing her duties with diligence and precision. ‘Every task carried out with affection will have positive results’, she explains.
Even before starting high school, she had already discovered her path. She believes she has found the ideal spot in a world where ships carry out the majority of trade.