TCDD from Valve Logistics Centers: AK Party Van deputy Fatih Farmer, the Republic of Turkey State Railways (TCDD), the access to the market engaged in manufacturing and setting up Van logistics centers would provide the opportunity to load bridge as well as in the region.
In his statement, Fatih Çiftçi stated that the investments of FDI in Van gained speed and that the government had allocated 2014 million 24 thousand pounds in 652. Farmer, Van Organized Industrial Zone within the campus with the completion of all the work in the GDY related to the logistics center, especially the products brought by the industrialists will reach the storage system, he said. The center will be established with approximately 2 thousand 500 people will be provided to the job indicating that Fatih Çiftçi, Van will benefit from a lot of logistics center, in fact, the center will work around the 2 thousand 500 people to be given money, SSI, tax, and from neighboring provinces to Van from the future of future export products Van 150-200 million liras a year will create the possibility of a gain, he said. These centers are low-cost, fast, secure, transfer between the modes and equipment that is seen as attractive, indicating that the Farmer, in the center of Van, Van, the establishment of the Ministry of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications Director of the General Director of TCDD Süleyman Karaman Latif Elvan'ın he added.
Member of the Farmer, in the period of the AK Party governments Van 88 million 600 a thousand pounds TCDD 30 pieces of investment plans planned and planned 25 pieces of investment into operation, he said. 5 project continues and the ongoing projects, Kapıköy Gar Service Building monumental renovation and landscaping, Van Garı Service Building reinforcement and construction work, Van-Kapikoy line tunnel rehabilitation and Van-Kapikoy line 76 km railway renovation work The Farmer said that a new 15 line will be made to the Organized Industrial Zone through the Özalp road and this line will have contributed to the transportation sector.
The farmer stated that about 50 million euros were spent for the purchase of 2 large ferries with the capacity of 82 wagons from Van-Tatvan and their scaffolding repair and expansion, maintenance and repair facilities were made, and the first of the ferries was planned to be reduced to Lake Van on 20 February 2015.