Mayor of Ordu Metropolitan Municipality Mehmet Hilmi Güler has started to work for Ünye Port and Altınordu Cruise Port which are among the promises of election and are among the vision projects of Ordu.
Ordu Mayor of Ordu Metropolitan Municipality, who started to work for making more use of the sea and opening up investments for economic-social, tourism and employment. Mehmet Hilmi Guler, Unye Port and Cruise Port, the preparation of the projects, these projects began to negotiate with the bank representatives to provide funds. In the first stage, the project is expected to be prepared for feasibility reports and then the tender for the project will be used in order to provide the Army with these two major investments.
“ÜNYE PORT WILL BE THE STAR OF THE BLACK SEA”
Mayor of Ordu Metropolitan Municipality Mehmet Hilmi Guler, 'Ünye Port' called Ünye Container Port affecting the entire Black Sea Region in the future, will be an investment that will serve the Turkish Republics, he said. stating that the Black Sea region will become more important next 10 years Guler, "Ünye Port Black Sea, effectively and strategically be a major container ports and the countries around the Black Sea, the Turkish Republic and even there will be integrated into the Far East, Turkey All Black ' will be a major investment that will lead to the position.
CRUISE TOURISM IS DEVELOPING
To start the cruise tourism in Ordu Altınordu berth pier will be extended by extending the 'cruise port' Guler said, the perception of tourism in the world has changed, now holidaymakers want to see new places rather than the sea, new flavors expressed voices. Turkey's star shines in tourism. We aim to ensure that Ordu, which is the coast of the sea, gets a share from cruise tourism. Cruise tourism is directly or indirectly associated with tourism aimed at meeting the needs of transportation, accommodation, food and drink, and entertainment. In this way, we will do our best to bring this investment that will increase the potential of such tourism to our army which is home to many unknown but natural and cultural treasures. ”