Undersecretary Ziya Altunyaldiz: We Will Be Logistic Center

Ziya Altunyaldiz, Undersecretary of the Ministry of Customs and Trade, announced that they are planning to establish modern logistics centers in freight logistics. Accordingly, Eskişehir is located within the planned logistics center.
Eskişehir will be a logistics center in line with the studies of the Ministry. Ziya Altunyaldız, Undersecretary of the Ministry of Customs and Trade, made a statement on the subject, "" Istanbul Halkalı"Plans and projects are continuing for the logistics centers planned to be established in Kocaeli, Kayseri, Samsun, Eskişehir, Balıkesir, Mersin, Erzurum, Konya and Uşak."
Altunyaldız stated that they are planning modern logistics centers that are suitable for technological and economic developments in the field of freight logistics in an area that can be preferred by customers and have efficient road transportation as in Europe, and that the studies are continuing.
competition in the international economy kazanAltunyaldız said that as a result of the importance it attaches, reducing costs in each link of the supply chain has become mandatory for companies that want to gain competitive advantage, and noted that the necessity of reducing costs reveals the necessity of reducing the logistics or, in a narrower sense, transportation costs of the enterprises.
logistics sector has grown more than 2 percent in 100 years
Altunyaldız, who draws attention to the interaction between logistics services, competitiveness, business feasibility, trade and growth, said:
“Therefore, firms at the micro level and states at the macro level have to take logistics into account when determining policies or goals. The sector size in our country, which was 2009 billion liras in 127, increased to 2011 billion lira in 258. This means more than 100 percent growth in two years. For 2012, we expect the industry to grow by 18 percent. It is clear that this growth must be supported by regulations and practices that feed the logistics industry.
According to studies, waiting for a day for goods in import and export reduces trade by 4 percent. According to a study conducted by the OECD, a 10 percent increase in the shipment time of the goods reduces the import of the goods by 7 percent. Waiting at the border gates constitutes a significant part of the shipping time.

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