Representatives of Logistics Sector Meet.

TC Science, Industry and Technology Minister Nihat Ergün meets with Logistics Sector Representatives in Istanbul Maltepe University TC
Istanbul Maltepe University Faculty of Economics and Administrative Sciences, International Trade and Logistics Management Department will organize ”Logistics and Trade Meeting” which will be held this year by 3 and will bring together bureaucrats, academicians, relevant sector representatives and students. X 3.Logistics and Trade Meeting gün, where the future of logistics and trade will be discussed, 08 Mart 2012 On Thursday, Maltepe University Cultural Center Reşit Galip Conference Hall will be held at 09: 00-17: 30.
"3. The opening speech of the Logistics and Trade Meeting will be delivered by Turkish Minister of Science, Industry and Technology Nihat Ergün.
"3. The opening speeches of the Logistics and Trade Meeting; TC Science, Industry and Technology Minister Nihat Ergun, Istanbul Maltepe University Rector. Dr. Kemal Köymen, Head of International Trade and Logistics Management, Maltepe University, Istanbul Mehmet Tanyaş and Istanbul Maltepe University International Trade and Logistics Club President Nurullah Coşkun will do the work.

In the erek 3.Logistics and Trade Meeting yetkil organized by Istanbul Maltepe University in order to discuss the developments in the logistics sector; President of Istanbul Chamber of Commerce Murat Yalcintas, Turkey Exporters Assembly President Mehmet Büyükekşi and Kocaeli Chamber of Industry Chairman Ayhan Zeytinoğlu also among them, experts expressed their opinion that a lot of people. Within the framework of the event, Istanbul Maltepe University will start a blood donation campaign in cooperation with Kızılay.

3 will be performed as a session şeklinde 3. Participation in the Logistics and Trade Meeting will be free of charge and will then be awarded to the participants. The 1600 event last year is expected to have more participation this year.

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