Samsun Governor Hüseyin Aksoy: Samsun will be the center of the Black Sea in logistics

Samsun Governor Huseyin Aksoy, Samsun, a logistics transferred in connection with the Black Sea and the Black Sea coastal countries of Turkey, said it aims to be a center of manufacturing and export-import.

Governor Huseyin Aksoy, the current state of the 'Logistics Sector to be held in Samsun and industrial zone to create infrastructure for the construction of projects supported by the Middle Black Sea Development Agency (OKA) said that the statement about the project found. In his statement, Governor Hüseyin Aksoy said, siyasal As we all know about the logistics activities in Samsun, economic and political changes in recent years have affected the American and European Union and the BRIC countries called Brazil, Russia, India and China. . Sister Turkic Republics, Gulf countries and trade links with rich natural beds and strategic energy resources reinforce the position and importance of our country. In this context, the Black Sea is vital for this opening and trade relations. The indispensability of the energy supply, sea transport and trade connections and the richness of the logistics have made the Black Sea a very important place in the international arena. At this point, Samsun stands out. Samsun, one of the few cities in our country with land-sea-air and railroad meeting, is a well-established university and trained manpower, agricultural and industrial potential, proximity to international relations network, energy corridors entrance, economic and commercial relations richness, potential in terms of export and import and increasing rapidly is the point of contact with our country in the Black Sea expansion with its acceleration and accumulation. iv

CENTER IN BLACK SEA

Noting that Samsun, the largest city of the Black Sea, is a center of attraction for the countries in the Black Sea basin, and the center of regional development and development, Governor Aksoy said, “Samsun is a logistics transfer in the connection of the Black Sea and the coastal countries of the Black Sea with Turkey. aims to be a production and export-import center. In line with this goal, the Samsun Logistics Sector Platform was established, and studies were initiated to create a road map to increase the efficiency of the sector and to make Samsun a logistics center. The 'We are Educating with Logistics Project', prepared by the Samsun Special Provincial Administration within the scope of the 'Incentive of Registered Employment with Innovative Methods Grant Program' in sector-related studies, is entitled to receive funding support from the Central Finance and Contracts Unit. kazandone and implemented. In the project carried out with the partnership of Samsun Metropolitan Municipality, Chamber of Commerce and Industry and Ondokuz Mayıs University under the coordination of Samsun Special Provincial Administration, basic vocational skills were provided to our 40 unemployed youth. kazanand awareness of the prevention of informality was raised by increasing the recognition of the sector in the public.”

FEASIBILITY STUDY ACCEPTED

TR83 Region, Logistics Platform, which includes stakeholders in the logistics sector, Governor Aksoy, who reminded that the Central Black Sea Region has been prepared by TR2010 Logistics Master Plan with the support of OKA DFD-2010 on December 83. A special project titled İh Samsun Specialized Logistics Organized Industrial Zone Feasibility Study Karad was presented to the Central Black Sea Development Agency by the Special Provincial Administration. 15 December 2011 The partners of this project signed on Thursday were the Metropolitan Municipality, Ondokuz Mayıs University Rectorate and the Chamber of Commerce and Industry. The total budget of the project is 186 thousand TL and the percentage of 40 will be covered by OKA, the other part of our partner TSO, Metropolitan Municipality and our administration. In accordance with the priorities stated in the Logistics Master Plan, our institutions will carry out a feasibility study on the areas determined by feasibility study in order to establish 'Samsun Logistics Organized Industrial Zone'. In this project, the logistics demand of TR83 Region and its hinterland in Samsun center to be met in Samsun in the medium-long term is to maximize the contribution of the increasing logistics activities to the employment of the city, improvement of living conditions and economy olmak.

OBJECTIVE CRITERIA

Governor Hüseyin Emphasizing that the logistics connection between the other cities in the TR83 Region, which has become the production center, is to be developed with the most rational infrastructure and methods, and the planned logistics infrastructure should be arranged in the most rational way for the settlement, environment and traffic of the city. Aksoy continued his explanation as follows: “In this study, the 'Market Current Situation' report, 'Short and Long Term Demand and Expectations' report, 'Technical Layout of the Project' plan and 'CAD' drawing, 'Financial Feasibility' report and 'Marketing Strategy Study' activities will be carried out. As a result, the selection of the locations determined during the master plan study will be based on more objective criteria. The proposed sites will be analyzed in detail and the criteria for the selected region will be finalized. Speed ​​of establishment of Logistics Center kazanwill work. The feasibility study required for the Specialized Logistics Organized Industrial Zone will also be included in this study, and the feasibility for the establishment of a 'Logistics Center in Samsun', whose application has been made by TOBB to the Ministry of Science, Industry and Technology, will be revealed and the potential of the region will be determined. Investment demands of ports and railways will be directed, and the effects of the Logistics Village on the three ports and OIZs in Samsun will be determined. Ports and OIZs will be able to gain maximum advantage from the railway network with the logistics village.”

Source: Tarsus Online

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