Minister of Transport and Infrastructure Adil Karaismailoğlu, who also visited Çankırı Scissor Factory within the scope of his visits to Çankırı, said, “The produced scissors were local and national at a rate of 93 percent.
Minister Karaismailoğlu said, “Since its establishment in 1992, the factory, which has been constantly renewing itself, both technology and personnel training, has reached the capacity to produce 17 different types of scissors from one type of scissors production. The shears produced are 93 percent domestic and national. Scissors produced in accordance with international standards meet the needs of the Institution.
With an additional area of 3 square meters to be built, the Scissors Rehabilitation Center will be established and the Çankırı Scissor Factory in the railway sector will be the largest switch back in Europe. kazanKaraismailoğlu stated that they are planning to make it one of the centers of public transportation and said, “The railways have a historical and strategic importance beyond the economic and social life of these lands. Since we are in the middle corridor of the iron silk road between Asia and Europe, from China to Europe, we declared a 'mobilization' during our governments for the revival of the railways. As we stated at the Turkish Railway Summit we held in Istanbul in 2020, we started the 'Railways Reform' for the upcoming period.” he said.