Hitachi Suggests Havaray to Relieve Istanbul Traffic

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100th anniversary of the establishment of the liaison office opened in translating the Japan-based Hitachi Group office in Istanbul in Turkey, aims to increase its activities in Turkey was caught high growth rates.
Hitachi Europe Group President Sir Stephen Gomersall, who announced that he would combine sales, supply and distributorship services in Istanbul at the end of the year, proposed a rail system for the traffic of the megacity. Gomersall said, “The most important feature of this system is that it goes in the air on a single track. Your system requires partial precision in construction. We believe that Turkish companies with significant experience in the field of construction will be successful in this, too.” said. The company has solutions that travel at different speeds in urban and intercity traffic.

Gomersall pointed out that one of them is the rail system that is preferred at the points where the city density is high in the Far East countries and said, “We are continuing our negotiations with the competent authorities in Turkey regarding our high-speed train systems that can bring a solution to the traffic problem.” he said. The company, which plans to expand its existing activities in Turkey through collaborations with Turkish companies, is particularly keen on projects related to clean energy, water and infrastructure services. The smart board device, which is the important pillar of the FATIH project, is included with Vestel.

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