Chinese Locomotive Boiler Company Elects Bases: high-speed train in china, China North Railways company for producing locomotives and wagons, had aspired to the high-speed train investments in Turkey. Liu's company $ 200 million project manager who aspire to invest in high-speed railway budget Ganga with Turkey, said that they are willing to be held in Istanbul subways in the first place.
Expressed that they want their fast train projects planned in domestic firms, Turkey as well as the Middle East with the factory to be established in Ankara's Kazan district, in Europe, it would aspire to Turkic Republics and investment in Africa and export the saved will be made through Turkey. Turkey to company officials, said they want to use as a base to the world. Boilers in Turkey responsible for the firm engaged in research for suitable land, Transport and the Mayor of Kazan after a meeting with Finance Ministry officials met at dinner with Lokman Ertürk.
As China is rapidly advancing towards becoming a city of technology, Liu Gang and the accompanying officials of China Noroth Railways company, who is stated to want to evaluate their investments in Kazan, received information about Kazan from Mayor Lokman Ertürk. It is stated that 350 people will be employed in the first place for the factory to be deployed on 200 decares of land. Officials, who did not make a statement about the location, stated that the first digging for the factory will be hit after the auctions are concluded and this date will be estimated as May 2015.
Kazan Mayor Lokman Ertürk stated that the investment to be made will accelerate the district and said, “Kazan is now a district that is not only followed by the Turkic Republics but also in the world. It is a great chance for our district that the railway, which is the second largest investment after Kazan, by air transportation, is in Kazan. "The high speed train locomotive, wagons and rails that will be established by the company officials from China will provide employment in our district and contribute to its development."