📩 25/11/2018 18:52
Minister Yazıcı Opens Nasco Middle East Logistics Center
Hayati Yazıcı, Minister of Customs and Trade, inaugurated Nasco Middle East Logistics Center located in Gaziantep Airport.
In addition to the opening ceremony, the Minister of Customs and Trade Hayati Yazıcı, as well as the Governor of Gaziantep Erdal Ata, AK Party Gaziantep deputies Halil Mazıcıoğlu, Nejat Koçer, AK Party Gaziantep Provincial Chairman Ahmet Over, Şahinbey Mayor Mehmet Tahmazoğlu, Şehitkamil Mayor Ridvan Fadıloğlu, Şahinbey Governor Ugur Turan, Şehitkamil District Governor Mehmet Aydın, Police Chief Ömer Aydın, Gaziantep Chamber of Industry (GSO) Chairman of the Board of Directors Adil Konukoğlu, Gaziantep Chamber of Commerce (GTO) President Mehmet Aslan, GAP Customs and Trade Regional Manager Fikret Erol, corporate managers, department chiefs and many a large number of guests attended. In his opening speech, the Minister of Customs and Trade Hayati Yazıcı said, “The business man goes, sees, researches, studies, makes his account in the environment and makes investments accordingly. That's the risk. Such units are important. Yes, Turkey is producing, performing the production in terms of production activities in various fields. But, of course, our foreign trade deficit, the closest area we will concentrate most in the field of investment in high value added areas, to realize production. We can accomplish this by focusing our foreign trade deficit in this field of activity and by concentrating in this field. It's the production size, but there's the logistics. You can produce, high value-added products, you can produce quality products. But it is important that you will refer them, logistics centers, areas that will ensure their circulation. We perform now the official opening of this unit course private in Gaziantep, in terms of foreign trade activities, and usually will provide a contribution in terms of Turkey's foreign trade prestige, a logistics center, albeit modest, "he said.
Following the opening speeches, the protocol members cut the opening ribbon.