General Manager of TCDD examined the ferry construction under construction

TCDD General Director of the Stars ferry examined the ongoing construction: Vangölü continued unabated in the construction of Turkey's two biggest ferry Ferry Directorate has been viewed by a large delegation.
Governor of Bitlis Ahmet Çınar, Tatvan District Governor Murat Erkan, Tatvan Mayor Fettah Aksoy, General Manager Ömer Yıldız, Ministry of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications, Maritime General Manager Cemalettin Şevli, Deputy General Manager M. Emin Tekbaş and 5th Region Manager Asst. Mustafa Vangölü delegation consisting of Calik Directorate Ferries' construction in the shipyard until toured the ongoing Turkey's two largest ferries were informed about the latest situation.
Governor Cinar, "ferry largest ferry in Turkey we are in now. Nearly one hundred percent of this ferry, which is the first of the ferries, has been completed. All the embroidery and details will be completed in about 15 days and the first of the ferries will be completed between 18-20 March. The twin of this ferry is currently under construction. I hope the room will start swimming in July, ”he said.“ At the same time, the shipyard is located here. The jobs he created and the jobs he will do after he starts swimming, the loads he will carry, the staff he will work with and in every aspect will have great economic contributions to our region, city and Tatvan district. ”
The 136 meter-long ferry, which is entirely domestic, has a double-sided loading and 360 degree rotation capability, thus saving considerable time during berthing. The freight capacity of the ferry is three times higher than the previous ferries, but the fuel savings will be more than the 60 compared to the previous ferries.
50 wagon and automobile transportation, as well as the new ferries that can be made to passenger transport to the service period between Tatvan-Van 4 time 30 3 hour 15 minutes is expected to fall to XNUMX minutes.

Günceleme: 09/12/2018 16:21

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