The port of Iskenderun in southern Turkey was damaged after the fatal 7.8 magnitude earthquake hit the country early Monday, shaking buildings and toppling over vehicles.
Some parts of the port’s dock collapsed, Turkey’s directorate of maritime said on Twitter.
Other ports in the country have not been damaged, the directorate added.
Elsewhere, cracks formed on the runways of some airports in the earthquake zone, according to Turkey defense ministry.
Monday's quake is believed to be the strongest to hit Turkey since 1939, and has killed at least 670 people across Turkey and nearby Syria. Photos of the devastating disaster showed flattened infrastructure and metal rods strewn across the streets, as workers tried to clear the debris.
The epicenter of the earthquake was Kahramanmaraş in Turkey and 10 provinces were affected in total.
Defense Minister Hulusi Akar said search and rescue teams are still needed in the affected areas. Military planes are working on sending teams to the affected zones and an air corridor has been established.