We Need to Evaluate Trade Potential from Geography

Iz Our country is a bridge between Asia and Europe. We need to give the right geography. We need to evaluate the trade potential of geography. Coğraf

Arslan visited the Gaziantep Chamber of Commerce (GTO) with the Minister of Justice Abdulhamit Gul and wished success to the new administration elected at the general assembly held a while ago.

Referring to the logistics activities in Turkey Arslan, he said:

Durumunda Our country is a bridge between Asia and Europe. We need to give the right geography. We need to evaluate the trade potential from geography. I want to give some figures, 3-3,5 can reach 1,5 billion people in an hourly flight distance. This is the gross domestic product (GDP) of 1,5 billion people in 35 trillion dollars. This is 75 billion dollars in turnover from GDP-based transport. Our country, which has such an important advantage and location, must complete its international corridors in order to receive its share of this cake. Bu

UM We broke a record at 2017, we carried 28,5 million tons of cargo “

Arslan said that they established the Logistics Coordination Board as a government aware of the importance of logistics.

Or The board is doing very important work. In addition to this work, we are about to complete our logistics master plan for the country as a whole. Lojistik

"We scan the entire logistical needs in Turkey and we have identified the integration of these with each other, organized industrial zones according to the results accordingly will be big factories, we have started serious work to connect the railways of the main hallway. Serious work has been done. Turkey will do 500 kilometers across the junction lines connection. We broke the record in 2017 by rail, we carried 28,5 million tons of cargo. As a result of this logistic master plan, we will double the load on the railway when we connect the connection lines. 7 had logistics center. 8 in Erzurum. has become a service. We have 21 logistics center with the planned ones. Plan

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