Logistics Forum 16 was held by Yeditepe University Logistics Club

Logistics Forum'16 was organized by Yeditepe University Logistics Club: di Logistics Forum'16 di, which was sponsored by Yeditepe University Logistics Club with the main sponsorship of Yılport Holding, was held last month. Yeditepe University Faculty of Fine Arts Conference Hall, Founding Chairman of Yeditepe University Bedrettin Dalan, Faculty of Commercial Sciences Department of International Logistics and Transportation Assoc. Dr. Erdal nebolu and Logistics Club President Natali Gönülokşayan the opening speech of the beginning Logistics forum'xnumx, 16 night 2 days with valuable panelists and topics the panel holds the pulse of the industry from each other, Turkey's was a nice experience to around 3 candidates lojistisy showing contributions from the university.

In the first panel following the opening speeches, Air Cargo Consultant Aydın Uzunçarşılı, Körfez Aviation Director General Müjdat Yücel and THY Technical Advisory Director Halil Tokel made presentations about 3. Airport. The state of the logistics sector in Turkey, will live with the changes and new effects to the economy xnumx.havalim tabled.

23 2, which started with the excitement of the April National Sovereignty and Children's Day, discussed the logistics sector in the first panel of “Logistics Trends in Competition k. Ünsped Customs Consultancy and Logistics Services Inc. CEO Hakan Çınar moderated the panel, UTIKAD Chairman Turgut Erkeskin, UND Executive Vice President Evren Bingol and the founder of Prinkipo Academy, economist Iskender Ozturanlı, opened the horizons of the students with their experiences and ideas. From the Customs Union process to the Transatlantic Agreement, the panel discussed many issues. Hakan Çınar emphasized the importance of participation in many cities and congratulated everyone involved in the realization of the event. While the quota applications of the European Union to the Turkish plate vehicles were discussed, Evren Bingöl pointed out the damage to the economy of both sides, Turgut Erkeskin stated that they often agree with UND and they have carried out joint works.

In the event, which continues with the theme of Logistics Trends in Competition, Yeditepe University Faculty Member Assoc. Dr. Futuristic Approaches panel was chaired by Erkut Akkartal. At the panel that highlighted the innovations that will accelerate the sectoral operation with the participation of Logistics Management Consultant Atilla Yıldıztekin and Nordex Project Logistics Manager Tarık Ateş, the visual presentations attracted the attention of the students.

In the last panel of the day, LODER Vice Chairman of the Board Prof. Dr. PepsiCo Supply Chain Development Manager İrfan Tokpınar, Adel Kalemcilik Logistics Systems Manager Özgür Altunkaya and Shell & Turcas Petrol A.Ş. Supply Chain Development Manager Bilal Gümüşsoy made a presentation on "Supply Chain Management and Competitive Advantage". Explaining the different products and services they offer, the supply chain processes they apply to their own bodies and the methods of gaining advantage in the market in these processes, the panelists revealed the diversity in the sector with their different operations.

Logistics Forum '16' s last day, "Ports Optimization" panel began. Türkbek Board Member Aydın Erdemir was the chairman of the panel and chairman of the Board of Directors of Yılport Holding CMO Erhan Çiloğlu, Marport Trade and Customer Relations Manager Fatih Yılmazkarasu and DP World Yarımca Liman İşletmeleri A.Ş. CEO Nichola Silveira took part. The panel attracted the attention of the students and continued to interact with the audience after the presentations of the panelists.

In the 6th and last panel of the event, “Ro-Ro Transport and Intermodal Solutions” was discussed. At the panel, Hatay Ro-RO General Manager Mine Kaya and Ekol Logistics General Industries Sector Manager Mehmet Şahintürk made their presentations. In recent years, more importance has been given in the Turkish transportation sector. kazanRo-Ro applications, which have become widespread, have been defined as necessary for our country in terms of their benefits and predicted continuity for the future, when interpreted considering the mobility in our eastern borders.

Logistics forum'xnumx participants throughout the event in booth established in the foyer area of ​​Turkey with leading logistics companies the opportunity to exchange ideas and career plans, they also perform capturing job and internship applications. Yeditepe University Logistics Club, 16. In the year when he celebrated his age, Logistics Forum doubled his happiness with positive feedback from the participants of 10.

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