Visit to TUDEMSAS

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Transportation and Infrastructure Deputy Minister Enver İskurt and Selim Dursun Turkey Railway Machines Industry Inc. (TÜDEMSAŞ) Deputy General Manager Mehmet Başoğlu visited his office.

The Minister of Transport and Infrastructure Enver İskurt and Selim Dursun, who came to Sivas for various reviews and visits, visited TÜDEMSAŞ, one of the most important institutions in Sivas, and received information about the activities of the institution.

Mehmet Başoğlu, Deputy Director General of TÜDEMSAŞ, gave information about TÜDEMSAŞ's activities in Bekir Torun Seminar Room. Başoğlu, In recent years, depending on the developments in the world, technological investments were made. New Generation Freight Wagons were produced. The national freight car produced here carries the load on European railways. We continue our R & D activities for our other wagons. We have an 2015 project which is planned to be produced between 2023-13.

Enver İskurt, Deputy Minister of Transport and Infrastructure, who signed the TÜDEMSAŞ Memo Book, expressed that he was very happy to be in an important institution like TÜDEMSAŞ. Adına Today, I am proud of being a member of TÜDEMSAŞ. I have witnessed a great progress in the field from the date of its establishment until today. After that, I believe that the day will be at a much more advanced level with development, technological innovations. Bundan

Selim Dursun, Deputy Minister of Transport and Infrastructure, said: ki I started to work as General Manager of 12 May 2011.

I would like to congratulate our General Manager Mehmet Başoğlu and all our colleagues for their efforts to carry Atelye to a better location, which is a value for our Sivas, Baş he wrote.

After the speeches, the delegation visited Wagon Production Factory, Wagon Repair Factory, Welding Training Center and R & D unit.

After the trip, Deputy Minister of Transport and Infrastructure Enver İskurt has made a reference in the Welding Simulator in the Resource Training Center of TÜDEMSAŞ.

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