BTSO Delegation at the World's Largest Rail Systems Meeting: Bursa Chamber of Commerce and Industry (BTSO) continues to bring its members together with the world's most prestigious fairs within the scope of the Global Fair Agency project.
Bursa Chamber of Commerce and Industry (BTSO) continues to bring its members together with the world's most prestigious fairs within the scope of the Global Fair Agency project. BTSO is bringing its members together with the giants of the sector at the International Railway Technologies, Systems and Vehicles Fair (InnoTrans), which is now held in Berlin, the capital of Germany, and is considered one of the largest fairs in the world in its field.
Within the scope of the fair program organized by BTSO, Undersecretary of the Ministry of Science, Industry and Technology Ersan Aslan, Governor Münir Karaloğlu and BTSO Chairman İbrahim Burkay, Parliament Speaker Remzi Topuk, members of the BTSO Board of Directors and Bursa business world representatives, this He moved to Berlin on a private plane departing from Yenişehir in the morning.
BTSO Chairman İbrahim Burkay said that they continue to bring their members together with the world's most prestigious fairs within the scope of the Global Fair Agency project. Expressing that important works have been carried out in Bursa recently regarding the rail systems, Burkay noted that the 'Rail Systems Cluster' established within BTSO continues its activities at an intense pace. Mayor Burkay added that they will continue to organize comprehensive fair organizations in the coming period.
55 THANKS 2 THOUSAND 800 COMPANIES
The companies participating in InnoTrans, which is held every two years at ExpoCenter in Berlin, showcase innovations in rail transportation, equipment and systems and vehicles. This year is the 10th fair held from 55 countries, including Turkey also includes 2 thousand 758 companies attending. 5 organizations from Bursa attend the fair by opening a booth. 145 vehicles belonging to various companies are introduced in the open area of the fair and the rail area specially prepared for this fair. The fair, which will remain open to industry representatives until September 26, is expected to visit approximately 130 thousand people. The fair will be open to everyone on September 27-28.