Transport and logistics doors to Europe

The gateways of Transport and Logistics to Europe: Antwerp is the second largest city in the country located in the northwest of Belgium, the second largest port of Europe. Antwerp lived its golden age as Europe's trade center in the 2th and 16th centuries. continues its existence as a major port city. The port of Antwerp, one of the oldest cities in Europe, is second in Europe and fourth in the world. Rotterdam, Terneuzen, located around the port, which makes good use of the advantage of being in the middle of Europe, transfers 17 million tons per year to Germany and France via pipeline.
Prologistics Brussels
It will be held between 24-25 / 09/2014 at Brussel Expo Fair Center. The Transport & Logistics fair, which will be held once, includes a wide range of products and services in the entire value chain of Transport & Logistics, Forwarder, Customs Clearance, Storage and transportation. This year, like other years, the expected number of participants is 9 and the number of visitors is 140.
Europe's Place
In the Netherlands, even if the windmills and tulips come to mind, the fact is that the approach in the inner parts of Europe brings together half a billion consumers to the world's producers. 'a country that says. The Netherlands is a leading country in road transport in Europe, and plays an important role in shipment to the interior. The Dutch transports to the inner regions make up the 15 of all European trade transport, the 54 of the container transportations, the 40 of the oil transportation and the 70 of the petrochemical transport.
Transport & Logistics Rotterdam
It will take place on 11-13 / 11/2014 at Ahoy Expo Center. The Transport & Logistics fair, which will be held for the 9th time, will be organized in cooperation with the container handlig and the leading organization of transportation, Intermodal Europe. The expected number of exhibitors is minimum 300 and the number of visitors is 10.000 and 50% of this number is expected to be international.
Participation of Turkey
Turkish companies that will participate in the fair will have the opportunity to offer many services and products in transportation, logistics, and storage. As a matter of fact, Turkish Transport and Logistics companies will have an important meaning in terms of creating a bridge for European and Middle Eastern markets. Turkey, the fourth largest non-European trade partner of Belgium. The total foreign trade between Turkey and Belgium by the end of 2011 6.5 billion dollars was reached. The foreign trade volume between Turkey and the Netherlands also followed a similar course in Belgium. The trade volume between the two countries, which has tripled over the last 10, amounted to 2011 billion dollars in 7.2.

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