Railway transportation begins in Scandinavia

Scandinavian countries are starting to rail transport: Turkey Union of Chambers and Commodity Exchanges (TOBB), established under the leadership of the Greater Anatolia Logistics Organizations Inc. (BALO), will launch rail transport in the Northern Europe and Scandinavia.
BALO was officially the Viking Train Operator at the annual meeting of Viking Train Operators in Belarus on December 4 5-2013. With the new route that will start in August 2014, the loads collected by rail from Anatolia will be delivered to Tekirdağ and will reach Bulgaria, Romania, Ukraine, Belarus and Lithuania.
TOBB President Rifat Hisarcıklıoğlu, in his statement on the subject, emphasized that the products produced by the Anatolian industrialists so far have not been transported to the European countries and the Baltic countries due to lack of transportation problems and system. Hisarciklioglu, '' BALO, in September of this year, began the scheduled train service to Europe. Hopefully next year, as of August, the Viking Train and the Baltic countries will start scheduled trains. Also, 8 September 2013 days scheduled to beginners and Germany twice the full capacity of outgoing BALL week, in January from 2014 European week is starting to go three train and 2014 ten weeks of exporting their products until the end of Turkey as opposed to Europe aims to move by block. '' He said.
Stating that they are working on an important project, Hisarcıklıoğlu said, eni We are also preparing the 'Rose Train', which carries the last name of our President Abdullah Gül to start scheduled block train services from Istanbul to Islamabad. Ik
10 Turkey in recent years with the dynamism of the private sector that stood up and started to run, telling Hisarcıklıoğlu, said: '' Our company is writing the success story after another. As our economy grows, our vision and goals have also grown. Our point of view has changed. Today, we are among the largest 10 economies in the world, and we're pronouncing 500's billion dollar export targets. These goals are no longer distant to us. One of circulating every inch of every province in Turkey I can say that as easily; these goals are engraved in the minds of both our nation and our businessmen. In addition to making Turkey the industrial giant, we are talking about ways to make a transit and logistics center. We are planning to revive the historic Silk Road. In other words, we are looking to transform our strategic position between Asia and Europe into more commercial earnings for Turkish companies. The modernization of the customs gates we have carried out as TOBB and the BALO project are the result of this vision.



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