Turkish Loydu Stamp on Railways

Türk Loydu, the 'Appointed Organization' to conduct national and international assessments for rail vehicles by the General Directorate of Rail Regulatory Affairs, the National Agency for Maritime Affairs and Communications under the Ministry of Transport, Ministry of Maritime Affairs and Communications. is authorized.

655 of 8 Decree on the Organization and Duties of the Ministry of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications is based on 5408 06.02.2018 authorization protocol prepared on the basis of the Regulation on International Transports (COTIF) and Railway Vehicles Registration and Registration Regulation, which is registered with the Law No. XNUMX. Turk Loydu and DDGM officials were signed with the participation of officials.

With the signed protocol, Türk Loydu was authorized to design, report and document the railway vehicles according to national qualifications. Türk Loydu has also been authorized as a de Assessing Entity) for rail vehicles according to the technical specifications prepared by the Intergovernmental Organization for International Rail Transports (Uniform Technical Prescriptions) for which our country is a member.

In the meeting where the said protocol was signed, Mr. Prof. Dr. İbrahim Yiğit, Head of Security and Authorization Department İlksen Tavşanoğlu and Chief of Police Department In the name of Türk Loydu, General Manager Alper Eralp, Industry and Certification Sector Director Ayfer Adıgüzel, Energy and Transportation Department Manager Hasan Müftüoğlu and Railway Projects Manager Özcan Aslan attended the meeting.

After the signature ceremony, Mr. Alper Eralp, the General Manager of the Türk Loydu Conformity Assessment Services Company, made an evaluation. Türk Loydu's long-term efforts in the international arena continued uninterruptedly, adding that they added new areas such as railway services, nuclear energy and renewable energy to their service spectrum.

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