The Problems and Future of Logistics Sector Will Be Covered in Hatay

the problems of the logistics sector and its future will be dealt with in error
the problems of the logistics sector and its future will be dealt with in error

The Independent Industrialists and Businessmen Association (MÜSİAD) continues its Visionary Anatolian Meetings program in Hatay.

with Trade Minister Ruhsar Pekcan Transport and Infrastructure Minister Cahit Turhan grace, 28-29 February 2020 date in will be held on schedule, "Turkey's geopolitical location of Logistics Path to Production And Trade Reflection" will be discussed in detail.

MUSIAD Logistics New Pathways and Roads Committee Chairman Ahmet Yayman, who made evaluations on the subject, stated that the logistics sector has become one of the most important, largest and most dynamic sectors in the world in parallel with the increase in the international trade volume, the borders between the countries and the development of the concept of globalization.

Turkey Sees Logistics Base Function Center

Producing companies of the factors that makes highlighting and advantageous in the global race pace and stressed that emerge as the timely delivery of the Spreading of Turkey, Europe, Central Asia, a central base functionality for logistics activities in the region advantageous location provides easy access to opportunity in the Middle East and Africa He said he provided.

Yayman noted that the investments in the transportation field of our country, the growth of the Turkish road transport fleet and the air transport developed under the leadership of Turkish Airlines have made great progress in foreign trade in recent years, and underlined that this situation is not yet sufficient in international competition.

Turkey should focus on Rail Transport

Drawing attention to the fact that the center of economy is shifting to the East, Yayman said, “In an environment where the seaway takes time and the airline is expensive, a difference is created with highway logistics. It is possible to develop trade with logistics on the Silk Road. Improving rail transport for Europe, CIS and the Middle East geography solves both emission problems and transit barriers. Turkey needs to give weight to this situation, taking into account the rail-road transport. " said.

Emphasizing that concepts such as 3D printers, drone deliveries and unmanned warehouses will have a direct impact on the logistics industry in the future, Yayman stated that it is essential to keep up with these developments as sector representatives and the state.




Opening Speeches:

  • MUSIAD Hatay President, Mr. Abdullah BOZATLI
  • MÜSİAD President, Mr. Abdurrahman KAAN

Session 1

  • Moderator: Mr. MUSIAD Logistics New Approaches and Roads Committee Chairman Mr. Ahmet YAYMAN
  • Panelists:
  • Mr. LİMAK İskenderun Port General Manager Mr. Mehmet Unlu
  • Dean of the Faculty of Maritime Faculty of İskenderun Technical University. Dr. Soner Brunette
  • Mr. President of Istanbul University, Faculty of Transport and Logistics. Professor Dr. Mehmet ADAK
  • General Manager of Customs, Mr. Mustafa GÜMÜŞ (Awaiting Confirmation)

19.30 - 21.30: Dinner (With the Honors of Mr. Ruhsar Pekcan, Turkish Trade Minister)

Quran Recitation

-Multivision Display

Opening and Protocol Talks

  • MUSIAD Hatay President, Mr. Abdullah BOZATLI
  • MÜSİAD President, Mr. Abdurrahman KAAN
  • TR Trade Minister Mr. Ruhsar PEKCAN

-Gift Presentation


07.00 – 09.00 Breakfast

09.00 – 10.30 103. General Administrative Board Meeting

  • MÜSİAD President, Mr. Abdurrahman KAAN
  • TR Minister of Transport and Infrastructure Mr. Mehmet Cahit TURHAN

10.30 – 13.00 Presidents' Meeting

13.00 – 14.00 Lunch

14.00-18.00 City Trip (For All Participants)

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