The foundation of Kars Logistics Center is being laid

The foundation of Kars Logistics Center is laid: It has been reported that the foundation of the logistics center, which will be established on an area of ​​300 thousand square meters in Kars, will be laid tomorrow with the participation of the Minister of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications, Ahmet Arslan.

The Republic of Turkey State Railways (TCDD) a written statement from the General Directorate of the project and the bidding process is completed Kars Logistics Center, Organized Industrial Zone (OSB) was stated to be installed on the next 300 thousand square meters.

The contractor company and 94 thousand TL 300 thousand TL within the scope of the contract to be built within the logistics center to be constructed in the 16 railway line of the total length of 27 railway line will be built in the statement, the following information was transferred:

“The national railway connection of the logistics center, which has all kinds of administrative and social equipment as well as the railway units, will be provided by the 6,2-kilometer junction line to be built. Kars Logistics Center will be integrated with the High Speed ​​Train line in Sivas. With the Kars-Sivas high-speed train line and the Kars-Tbilisi-Baku Railway to be put into service this year, it will be a candidate for the logistics base of the region and the Caucasus. When the Kars Logistics Center project, which has an annual transport capacity of 412 thousand tons and a container stock area of ​​175 thousand square meters, will employ approximately 500 people.

7 logistics center opened to service

The statement is planned to be built at the 20 point in the country from the logistics centers to date Samsun Gelemen, Istanbul Halkalı, Eskişehir Hasanbey, Denizli Kaklik, Kocaeli Köseköy, Uşak and Balıkesir Gökköy 7 logistics center was opened to service, emphasizing the construction, project, tender and expropriation processes of other logistics centers continued.

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