TCDD General Directorate of Transport, Turkey Coal Enterprises, Ministry of Education, in partnership with the Post Office to the needy citizens and the Ministry of National Education in the school building and began the delivery of coal.
The first train, consisting of 28 wagons, was sent off from Soma on Friday, August 11.
470 thousand tons of coal will be delivered to the Eastern, Southeastern and Eastern Black Sea cities with a total of 300 trains.
As you know, the President's July 14, 2020 date and 31186 2759 in the Official Gazette published in 300 decree, in accordance with TCDD Transport with Turkey Coal Enterprises to the General Directorate of between Soma and transportation of 18 thousand tons of coal from Tuncbilek protocol was signed on August 2020, XNUMX.
In 2019, TCDD Tasimacilik delivered 437.600 tons of charity coal to citizens and schools in need in the Eastern, Southeastern and Eastern Black Sea provinces.
"3800 operations personnel will work"
TCDD Tasimacilik General Manager Kamuran Yazıcı pointed out that 3800 operations personnel will deliver the coal needed by citizens and public institutions as soon as possible, and said, “As TCDD Tasimacilik family, we are delighted to deliver the needs of our citizens and children in the farthest corners of our country. The happiness of all our people who do not get cold in the dark winter and meet their needs is our happiness. Again, I thank those who contributed. " said.
Yazıcı, reminding that August 30 Victory Day was celebrated recently, remembered Gazi Mustafa Kemal Atatürk and all the martyrs with mercy and gratitude, while remembering that Atatürk was also the greatest railway driver and the greatest railway lover, and that most of the railway lines that enabled the transportation of coal were in the first years of the Republic. He pointed out that it was built with the railway mobilization initiated.
Yazıcı also gratefully commemorates those who worked on the railway lines, which were built like digging a well with a needle with the technology of that day, and stated that the railway continues to serve the welfare of our country today as it was yesterday.