Ankara 1 to be exported to Algeria. The first block container train installed in the organized industrial zone of Termikel company with electrical appliances is sent off to mersin today.
The Republic of Turkey State Railways (TCDD), the written statement made by the General Directorate of electrical household appliances belonging to Termikel firms to be exported to Algeria installed, the first container train consisting of 37 wagon, tomorrow at Ankara 09.30 in 1. Organized Industrial Zone (OIZ) located within the industry station was reported. The ceremony will be held with the participation of Economy Minister Zafer Çağlayan and Ankara Chamber of Industry President Nurettin Özdebir and the train will be sailed to Mersin Port.
In cooperation with TCDD and the private sector, organized industrial zones, large industrial enterprises, ports and wharfs were connected with direct connection lines of all centers carried by voluminous freight.
Den Ankara 1 with the establishment of Ankara OSB for the transportation of the railway. Within the framework of the cooperation of OIZ Directorate, 3 unit road and 50 thousand square meter industrial area have been installed and unloading and handling area has been established for the industrial station in order to allow the transportation of industrial stations to be completed and to allow container transportation in particular. In addition to the logistics area 120. Cargo transportation service is provided to the factory of 1 in OSB with the inclination line. OS
In the statement, the 300 is the container train, where the 1 company operates. Accumulator, iron works, casting, white goods, feed, electrical-electronics, construction and installation, heating and air conditioning equipment, mining, miscellaneous food, vehicles, agricultural tool spare parts, flour and bakery products, petroleum and chemistry, packaging, grain and cereal products were recorded.
Ankara 1. It is stated that a train is planned to be carried out once a week to transport the cargoes of the OIZ regularly to Mersin and Alsancak (İzmir) ports by rail.
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