Swiss train and tram manufacturer Stadler to invest in Adapazarı

Swiss train manufacturer Stadler and trams will invest in Adapazari: Swiss train manufacturer Stadler Rail and tram Management AG, is looking for a representative office in Turkey. It is stated that the giant company will invest in Adapazarı.
Turkey's infrastructure and transportation investments made since 2003, has whet the appetite of foreign giants. Eurasia Rail, the 3th International Railway, Light Rail Systems, Infrastructure and Logistics Fair, which will be held in Istanbul on March 5-6, will also witness important collaborations in this field. Stadler Rail Management AG, the Swiss train, subway vehicle and tram manufacturer, included in the participant list, will show up at Eurasia Rail for the first time. Company representatives stated that even planning to invest in Turkey is looking for. Organizing the fair, ITE Turkey Transport & Logistics Group Director Moris Revah said, “This year's star will be Stadler Rail. Stadler is a giant with thousands of employees and billions of euros in investments. He comes here to find a representative. If they come to an agreement, they will establish a factory in Adapazarı. They will produce trains, metro vehicles and trams ”.
Of Turkey will make the rail until 2023, 45 billion euros investment potential in both domestic and Revah, indicating that a large pie for foreigners, said: "Currently, 7 thousand kilometers near the high-speed train line construction continues. Conventional lines will be built over 4 thousand kilometers. Metro and trams also constitute an important market. Feasibility studies were completed in 24 provinces. All this means a big cake for locals and foreigners. "
Providing information about the fair, Revah said: “The 6th Eurasia Rail will take place at the Istanbul Expo Center on 3-5 March 2016. It is the only railway fair in the Eurasia Region and one of the 3 largest railway fairs in the world. Last year, we gathered 274 exhibitors with 68 professional visitors from 6 countries. This year, we aim to bring 268 participating companies from 30 countries together with 300 thousand professional visitors from 70 countries. There will also be participation from Iran. "
Revah said that 51 percent of the companies that will participate in the fair are Turkish and the rest are foreign. Drawing attention to the fact that Turks made business contacts abroad with this fair, Revah said, “Turks now make all kinds of production. "We are getting important tenders."

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