Combined Transport's future transport model olacak.türki - The European Union's Transport in the framework of financial cooperation, Communications and Maritime Affairs Spain Transportation and conducted jointly by the Ministry of Public Works "Strengthening Intermodal Transport in Turkey EU Twinning Project" closing meeting was held in Ankara.
UTİKAD Chairman of Board of Directors Turgut Erkeskin and Board Member Kayıhan Özdemir Turan attended the closing meeting of the project, which has been contributing to all stages of the UTIKAD-International Transport and Logistics Service Producers Association, which has been working for two years.
Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications Ministry Deputy Undersecretary Talat Aydin, Dangerous Goods and Combined Transport Regulations General Manager Mehdi Gönülalçak, Road Editing General Manager Ali Riza Yüceul, Turkey Project Leader of Dangerous Goods and Combined Transport Regulation Executive Vice President Izzet Light Spain Project Leader Gerardo Gavilanes at a meeting held with the participation of Gineres, opinions about the combined transport will be taken towards drawing attention to the expansion of combined transport in Turkey will be carrying models of the future steps and voiced suggestions.
Turkey is safe, stable, convenient, sustainable and promote the formation of an environmentally friendly transport infrastructure in order to Spain Transportation and Public Works, the Ministry carried out jointly EUR 1 million budget twinning project, with 15 different public institutions and organizations was held with the participation of the transport industry association.
Training, workshops and meetings were organized in order to strengthen the human resources capacity of all relevant institutions and organizations and non-governmental organizations. A Strategy Paper was created at the end of the project.
After the meeting, UTIKAD President Turgut Erkeskin stated that in the meetings organized within the scope of the project, firstly, with the simultaneous implementation of projects, the exchange of inter-modal imbalance, the simplification of the customs practices in railway transportation and the harmonization of the legislation, the 27's annual know-how and international experiences were conveyed.
UTİKAD President Turgut Erkeskin emphasized that a unit such as the General Directorate of Dangerous Goods and Combined Transport Arrangement established within the Ministry is not in any country including EU countries and also underlined that the draft of the Combined Transport prepared by the Directorate General within the scope of the project is a first in the framework of the EU Union. he said that they contributed to the Draft Combined Transport Regulation at every level as an association.
The Erkeskin; "In the near future, combined transport, which will be stronger with the private sector and government cooperation, we believe that Turkey's most valuable form of transport. And we define the project as an important step that will enable the establishment of infrastructure and legislation for combined transport. As UTİKAD, we will continue to contribute to the sector by creating relevant regulations. We would like to thank our Ministry and the employees of the related institutions and organizations for this study in order to be an important step in the development of the transportation sector. Ulaştırma