Turkey should become Global Logistics Center

Turkey should become Global Logistics Center: Transport, Shipping and Communications Minister Binali Yildirim, Istanbul Chamber of Commerce (ICC) organized 'Efficiency in Road Transport and Vision 2023' attended the meeting.
In line with the Government's Logistics and Transportation Master Plan, Istanbul Chamber of Commerce, which has determined the logistics and transportation sector, which includes all of land, air, sea, and railway transportation, as the strategic sector of this year, conveyed its demands and suggestions regarding the sector to Minister Yıldırım.
At the meeting held at ITO, Minister Yıldırım said, “The sector needs to renew itself according to changing transportation conditions and business conditions. Those who cannot read the change cannot build the future. Our country will benefit from this if we can establish a transportation infrastructure that complements each other and provides integration. ”Minister Yıldırım noted that they approached the proposal to establish an advisory board to discuss the needs of the sector.
AGES: "TURKEY GLOBAL LOGISTICS CENTER FOR TRANSFER INTO THE geostrategic position can be geo-strategic OPPORTUNITY"
Istanbul Chamber of Commerce President İbrahim Çağlar Turkey in the last thirteen years of progress in the transport sector, 'he said to prepare a new Turkey.
President Çağlar said in a statement, “No matter how much you produce. Or no matter how successful you are in marketing. If an economy is knotted at the transportation point, it means there is a problem in that economy. Mr. Minister for his work with the fact that Turkey's geostrategic position 'to turn the geostrategic opportunity to put forward strategies. Turkey to become a global logistics center in import air, sea and road transport with railways of our country is an integral part of the global logistics Mekez not transfer, "he said.
AB OBSTACLES MUST BE REMOVED
“It's not really understandable. They also increase our cost. Çağlar said that they should remove the obstacles such as quotas and passage permits in the road transport of the EU. We expect the EU to abandon this approach that hurts both sides as soon as possible ”.
At the meeting, a comprehensive report on the sectoral expectations of the Istanbul Chamber of Commerce was presented to Binali Yıldırım, the Minister of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications, who listened and responded to the demands of the sector.

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