TÜVASAŞ's sales revenue in 2011 was 168 million lira

Turkey Wagon Industry Inc. (TÜVASAŞ) Director General Ibrahim Ertirya that, as a result of activities in TÜVASAŞ year 2011, the sales revenue last year reported that a level close to the record £ 168 million.

In his written statement, Ertiryaki stated that the year they left behind was a result of the strategic transformation they aimed for TÜVASAŞ since 2011 with the intense efforts and efforts.

Last year, the production of domestic first diesel train set reminding Ertiryaki, said:

”We delivered them to TCDD in 3 series. Our involvement in Marmaray, the largest transportation project of the century, has given TÜVASAŞ a respected qualification for global markets. Our 'production for the world' motto, which has been expressed in our vision, has turned into a project for the production of 2011 luxury sleeper cars on Bulgarian Railways in 30; Our culture of 60 years of production, repair and modernization has been carried to the railways of a European Union (EU) country with our products carrying quality, comfort and advanced technologies. In addition, in this project, our company is certified according to TSI (European Union Railways Mutual Operability Technical Requirements) standards by British Correl Rail, an internationally accredited organization. With this document, our company will be the first organization to receive the TSI certificate within the scope of conventional wagons in Europe, and therefore these wagons can freely roam in all countries of the European Union. ”

Ertiryaki emphasized that they have completely renewed 30 'K30 compartment' and 10 'K50 bed' wagons and delivered them to TCDD within the scope of modernization projects.

Ertiryaki, said the following statement:

”As a result of 2011 activities, TÜVASAŞ closed its year-end sales revenue with a record level of 168 million TL. Our targets for 2012 are to continue these successes increasingly. 2012 will carry TÜVASAŞ not only to tomorrow but also to the strategic goals of the distant future. ”

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