Infrastructure Works Continue at Demirağ Organized Industrial Zone

demirag osbde infrastructure works in progress
demirag osbde infrastructure works in progress

The General Secretary of the Special Provincial Administration of Sivas Mehmet Nebi Kaya, the supervision of the Ministry of the Special Provincial Administration of Sivas and the investment and production base of Sivas in the ongoing infrastructure work in the Demirağ Organized Industrial Zone examined on-site.

Established on an area of ​​20 decares in the Doğanca Village Locality, 8.140 kilometers from the center of Sivas, Sivas's economy was greatly stimulated. kazanKaya, who examined the infrastructure works in Demirağ Organized Industrial Zone with a contract value of 72 million TL on site, received information from the contractor company officials.

Rail links within the region and with the railway networks of logistics centers will be hosted Demirağ OSB will be one of Turkey's most important centers and examples.

With the realization of the project, all other operations, especially national and international transportation, distribution, storage and customs clearance operations will be carried out on site. In this way, logistics costs will decrease, transport and transfer times will be shortened, common expenses will decrease, service quality will increase and supply chain will be strengthened.

Demirag Organized Industrial Zone consists of 224 plots including 262 industrial plots. 100 acres 16 parcels await investors; will be able to meet the demands of various sizes in other parcels.

Within the scope of infrastructure works; 31.4 km wastewater network, 24.7 km rainwater discharge network and 29.4 km drinking water line construction will be carried out. Also within the scope of the project 27.1 thousand square meters of cobblestone work will be completed.

The review was accompanied by Secretary General Kaya, Plan Project Investment and Construction Manager Göksel Yerlikaya, OIZ Director Bekir Sıtkı Eminoğlu and technical personnel.

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