Swiss Stadler is investing in Turkey

Swiss Stadler is investing in Turkey: Turkey's growing around the metro and high speed train lines, primarily in Istanbul in recent years, attracting the attention of foreign brands.

Domestic manufacturers also increased the number of markets where the world comes to manufacturing giants to Turkey. Canadian Bombardier and Talgo Spanish train manufacturer after Swiss train manufacturer Stadler and trams are coming to invest in Turkey.

Stadler Vice President, Marketing and Sales Board Member Peter Jenelt said, "it is growing interest in the railroad car in Turkey. TCDD also has big investment plans in this area. The amount and form of the investment is not yet clear. However, we need to be such a big market, Ancak he said.

Stating that Stadler was founded in 1942, Peter Jenelten said: “Today we have 7 employees and our annual turnover exceeds 2 billion euros. We have production facilities in Germany, Hungary, Poland, Spain and Belarus. We have companies specialized in maintenance in more than 10 countries. Our production is mostly on trams, passenger cars, suburban trains, intercity trains, high-speed trains, electric diesel system locomotives. All of our products are designed for low energy. Our iyor Fast Light Smart Regional Train gören (FLIRT) model is one of the most demanding products. This train model 17 is used in the country. Bu

The Republic of Turkey State Railways (TCDD) and municipalities of Metro lines increased attention to the investments made by Peter Jenelt, gave the following information: "every day is increasing the need for the metro in Turkey. The amount of investments made in this area is very important. There are giant projects. Turkey is also a strong market of local producers. After we decide to invest, we can work with Turkish suppliers or work with Turkish partners. The work in this area is very important for us. The sector is growing rapidly in the world. New investments are taking place especially in developed countries. Özellikle

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