General Manager Yazıcı Visited MOS and Biçerova Logistics Manager

general manager writer visited manisa organized industrial zone
Photo: TCDD Tasimacilik

The delegation headed by TCDD Tasimacilik General Manager Kamuran Yazici went to Manisa as part of its visits and investigations in the Aegean Region.


Visiting the Regional Directorate of Highways, Yazıcı pointed out that it is imperative to create a balanced and complementary structure between transportation modes for a healthy transportation infrastructure, and this is aimed at transportation investments.

The delegation, which also visited the Manisa Organized Industrial Zone (MOS) Region, discussed the issues of increasing transportation and exports in the organized industrial zone.

Yazıcı pointed out that MOS is one of the first OIZs established in the industrialization process of our country. Manisa Organized Industrial Zone has this advantage. It is connected to the main railway network and port by the junction line. I believe that we will do more beautiful works in cooperation with MOS, which has done very good jobs in our country's exports. As TCDD General Directorate of Transportation, we continue to ensure the continuity of trade during the pandemic process. Our freight transport is increasing. We continue our transportation to all corners of our country and to Europe, Iran, friendly and sister countries through BTK line to China. In particular, it said 100 years to run trains between China and Turkey. the transport between China and Europe to carry out transit train over Turkey said. While the railway is getting more and more shares in freight transportation, our industrialists, producers, and our country's competitiveness increases, and railway becomes the locomotive of our country's development. We invite our industrialists in MOS to further cooperation with TCDD Tasimacilik. ”

The delegation also visited the Biçerova Logistics Directorate and logistics companies in Manisa, loading / unloading etc. received information about the processes.


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