International Union of Trans-Caspian International Transport Meetings in Ankara

“The first day of the meeting to be held at the Grand Ankara Hotel on 15-16 February 2018 by the International Union of Trans-Caspian International Transport Route started with the opening speeches.

TCDD Taşımacılık AŞ General Manager Veysi Kurt, Company senior executives and the Association's Secretary General, Chairman of the Board of Directors, Vice-Chairmen and Board Members and members of the Association Azerbaijan Railways (ADY), Georgia Railways (GR), Kazakhstan Railways, (KTZ), Aktau International Maritime Trade Port Inc., Baku International Maritime Trade Port Inc., Batum Sea Port Ltd. AŞ, PKP Wide Eyelet Metallurgical Railway Line, Kuruk Limanı Ltd. Şti, ACSC Logistics, ADY Container, ADY Express, GR Logistics & Terminals Companies, as well as representatives from Uzbekistan, Poland and China.

“We are the permanent member of the Trans-Caspian International Transport International Association“

General Manager Veysi Kurt, who gave a speech at the opening of the meeting, expressed his great pleasure to host our guests from Azerbaijan, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Poland, China and Uzbekistan in our country and stated that he believes that guests will feel like in their homes. He said that they were very pleased to be the first member of the International Union to meet in Ankara and to be a permanent member of the Union.

”Middle Corridor” concerns 60 and 4.5 billion people of the world population. “

Bu I would like to express my gratitude to the governments, heads of state, presidents and ministers of our countries which have contributed to the establishment and expansion of this Union that enables us to come together. I would also like to thank all of my colleagues who have contributed to the organization of this meeting. İp Kurt said: contributions. Tedir Middle Corridor idor concerns more than 60 countries and 4.5 billion people of the world population. It covers the 30 of the world economy. 35 is an economy of over $ trillion, and logistics and transport over 100 million tons. We need to do something better if we want to give better service to 4.5 billion people. The m Trans-Caspian International Transport Route International Association Güz was established for this purpose. Since then, TCDD Taşımacılık AŞ has become a member of this association. I thank all members of the Union who supported us separately. I believe that under the roof of the union there will be very good transportation and logistics services with the coordination of the big railway and port enterprises. Iy

”It is already possible to carry 3.200 tons of cargo“

Underlining that this corridor is not a competition but a friendship corridor, General Manager Kurt stated, mak We want to provide a better quality of service rather than competition and to bring our companies to a better point and to provide better service to humanity. Our work in Turkey from China, Europe, the Middle East, from Russia to Turkey, we see that the Africa already 3 200 thousand million tons of cargo potential. Considering our experience in ICTA for the transportation of these loads; flexible and convenient tariff, coordinated and fast operation, better quality and more wagon, locomotive, Caspian Sea and so on. transitions require faster operations, above all cooperation and coordination. We are ready to contribute to TCDD Transportation. We have a very nice friendly cooperation with all our stakeholders. I believe that we will make better logistics. I would like to thank everyone again, I welcome you. Or

Acak TCDD Transportation Inc. will add strength to the Union “

Ağ Today and tomorrow we will have very important talks. Being the permanent member of TCDD Taşımacılık AŞ is the most important agenda item. " said.

Members of the Union also expressed their satisfaction for the fact that TCDD Taşımacılık AŞ is a permanent member of the Union, and that the Company has experience in transportation with Europe, adding momentum and strength to the Union. kazanthey said they would go.

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