AK Party Niğde Deputy Alpaslan Kavaklıoğlu, 250 acres of railways to be used in the loading and transport of the Logistic Village Project began to be implemented, he said.
Deputy Kavaklıoğlu, who examined the logistics center with the Provincial President Ahmet Özmen and received information from TCDD Station Manager Doğan Duruduygu, said, “The expropriation works of the area of 69.000 m2 of the Andaval Load Center had been completed. The expropriation works of 250 decares have been completed with the preparation of the implementation projects for the load center. The physical installation process has also started. When the project is completed, it will become a center that will increase the commercial volume of our city ”.
Niğde's business volume will increase
Kavaklıoğlu said that the logistics village, which is being built in Eski Aktaş, will be a very important center for companies that will perform loading and transportation by railways, especially the mining companies, and said, “The project, which is undergoing physical construction, is designed to be developed in a future. Logistics village will be a very effective service in terms of transportation, employment and investment. This project, which will provide significant benefits especially for calcite operators and companies that want to make transportation, will directly increase the trade volume in Niğde. In the first project, we requested that the logistics village planned to be built on an area of 60 decares be extended to 250 decares in order to serve with a better capacity and this project started with the approval of the TCDD board. I wish our auspicious and auspicious to our Niğde ”.
AK Party Provincial Chairman Ahmet Özmen stated that he worked with incomplete capacity and that pollution and damage occurred in the city due to the loading and transportation operations from the station in the city before, and these problems will be eliminated with the logistics village project, as well as warehouses, packaging facilities, storage areas He emphasized that the loading capacity and efficiency will increase with the new center. - Niğde Hasret