TÜVASAŞ's 2011 sales revenue was 168 million pounds

Turkey Wagon Industry Inc. (TÜVASAŞ) Director General Ibrahim Ertirya that, as a result of activities in the 2011 TÜVASAŞ year, the sales revenue last year reported that close to such a level 168 million records.


Ertiryaki, his written statement, leave behind the 2011, TÜVASAŞ 2003'dan intense effort and effort since the strategic transformation is aimed at a provision, he said.

Last year, the production of domestic first diesel train set reminding Ertiryaki, said:

An We have delivered them to TCDD in the series 3. Taking part in the biggest transportation project of the century, Marmaray, has given TÜVASAŞ a respectable qualification for global markets. The Demir production for the world UM password, expressed in our vision, was transformed into the 2011 luxury sleeper project in the 30. 60's annual production, repair and modernization culture has been carried to the European Union's (EU) member countries' railways with our products carrying quality, comfort and advanced technologies. Furthermore, in this project, our company is certified by the internationally accredited British Correl Rail Company according to TSI (European Union Railways Mutual Operability Technical Conditions) standards. With this document, our company will be the first company in Europe to receive the first TSI certificate under the conventional wagons, and therefore these wagons will be able to travel freely in all countries of the European Union. Bu

Ertiryaki, within the scope of modernization projects last year 30 'K30 compartment' and 10 'K50 bed wagons' completely renewed, air conditioned and delivered to TCDD stressed.

Ertiryaki, said the following statement:

Mış As a result of the 2011 year, TÜVASAŞ closed its year-end sales revenue with a record level of TL 168 million. Our 2012 year targets are to continue these successes. The year of 2012 will carry TÜVASAŞ not only to the future, but also to the strategic goals of the distant future. X

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