5. Eurasia Rail Fair starts in Istanbul

  1. Eurasia Rail Fair starts in Istanbul: The international railway, light rail systems, infrastructure and logistics fair "Eurasia Rail" will be held on 5-7 March 2015 at the Istanbul Expo Center.
    Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications Ministry, Republic of Turkey State Railways (TCDD), Tüvasas, TÜDEMSAŞ and Tulomsas, KOSGEB with Turkey Chambers and Stock Exchanges Union (TOBB), the exhibition of the 5th backed by to be held in March next year.
    The fair, which is the world's third largest railway fair in its field, has been organized by Türkel Fuarcılık AŞ since 3. The fair, which hosts important names from the public and private sectors with its conference and seminar programs, gathers important developments in the sector, the latest technologies, promotions of new products, and large companies and institutions in a single platform in Istanbul.
    Eurasia Rail, which received the "International Fair" status by the International Fairs Association (UFI) in 2012, brings together all the organizations and companies of the sector at the fair this year, and offers new business development and investment opportunities to the participants on the international platform.
    This year, 25 companies from 300 different countries participated in the fair, where Germany, the Czech Republic, Iran, the People's Republic of China, Italy and France participated with national participation pavilions every year, and more than 50 thousand industry professionals from 17 countries visited.
    The plan to allocate 2023 billion dollars of the 350 billion dollar investment to be made in the transportation sector by 45 to the railways and to reach a total of 13 thousand kilometers of railways by building 25 thousand kilometers of railways increases the importance of the fair. Turkey Marmaray Project and the ongoing investment in High Speed ​​Rail and the railway system will pass through the No. 3 bridge projects in this area shows that rail vision of how seriously discussed.




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