TCDD 1. THE MEETING WAS ACHIEVED MEETING WITH TCDD UPPER MANAGEMENT IN THE REGION OF YHT ROAD CONSTRUCTION.

In order to make the construction of the road more secure and faster in the scope of High Speed ​​Train Project, it was closed to train operation between Köseköy and Gebze from the date of 01.02.2012. Naturally, this situation concerns the TCDD staff as well as the citizens in this region. On the date of 28.02.2012, an information meeting was held at General Directorate of TCDD with the participation of General Manager Süleyman KARAMAN and all other senior executives and Trade Unions. Representing our union in the meeting; General President Nazmi GÜZEL, Secretary General Cihad KORAY, İstanbul 2 and 3 Branch Chairmen Özer ALPAT and Öztürk ÇINAR have attended. Mr. General Manager said in his statement; Pro We didn't want to close roads and interrupt train operations, but we were forced to make the project come to life as soon as possible. We will try to overcome this necessity process by giving our staff the least grievances. Mağ APK The Minister of the Minister explained the issue more technically and explained the reasons for the closure of the roads. Nazmi GÜZEL, our General Manager, started his speech by thanking the General Manager for these sincere statements. . The General Manager thanked the senior executives who attended the meeting to make necessary warnings to avoid such positive discrimination among the staff and to thank our opinions and suggestions. The opinions about the personnel are; Provision of all of the requests for out-of-regional appointments, the transfer to other locations for temporary duty, to the Regional Directorates. Off-site transmissions are made by the relevant Assistant General Managers when deemed necessary.


In the advanced process, it was a common thought of all the participants to complete the project which was related to 891 staff in a very short time. We will continue to inform you about our developments through our website and our Branches.

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