Van Logistics Center Project for the sleeves rolled up!

arms for van logistics center project
arms for van logistics center project

With its location, the branches were rolled up for the Van Logistics Center Project, which will turn Van, one of the most important cities of the region and the country, into a logistics center. The project, which will strengthen Van's position and lift it economically, has been studied with all the details. Targets and calendar set. The decision to implement a single missing project and start.

The most concrete steps have been taken so far for the Van Logistics Center Project, which has been on the agenda in recent years. Ministry of Industry and Technology 'Van Province Logistics Center Feasibility Report' has been prepared for the Logistics Center which is planned to be done by using Van's important position in the region. The report prepared by DAKA operating in the TRB2 region consisting of provinces such as Van, Bitlis, Hakkari and Muş in the coordination field was announced to the public under the hosting of Van Governorship. At the meeting, where all details of the Logistics Center, which was designed as a very important project for the development of Van's industry, domestic and foreign trade, were shared, the project that will become the water of life for the city and regional economy was announced. In the meeting, which was held with the participation of Van Governor Mehmet Emin Bilmez, the impact and advantages of the project in Van were mentioned, and it was underlined that if 2020-10 was implemented in 15, huge contributions would be made to Van within the year. Logistics Centers project at this stage as to dillendirilen eyes now take a decision on the application to declare the Ministry of Van, one of Turkey's leading logistics centers.

Van Governor Mehmet Emin Bilmez participated in the 'Van Province Logistics Center Feasibility Report' Presentation Meeting was held in Alipaşa Meeting Hall. Val Van Province Logistics Center Feasibility Report Introduction Meeting ıyla was held in Alipaşa Meeting Hall with the participation of Van Governor Mehmet Emin Bilmez. Under the coordination of the Ministry of Industry and Technology, Eastern Anatolia Development Agency (DAKA), which operates in TRB2 (Bitlis, Hakkari, Muş and Van) Region, is responsible for the research and development of Van industry, domestic and foreign trade and thus economic development of TRB2 Region and the country. In order to contribute to the decisions, “Van Province Logistics Center Feasibility Report dı was shared with the public. Necdet Takva, the President of Van Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Naif Süer, the Chairman of the Commodity Exchange, Memet Aslan, the Chairman of the Organized Industrial Zone, İbrahim Halil Güray, DAKA General Secretary, Mahmut Gedik, the Chairman of Van İŞGEM, Muzaffer Minister of Van, TÜMSİAD Van Branch President Süleyman Güler, Van Railways Logistics Manager Bekir Calp, Van Customs and Trade Manager Hayretin Yıldırım and Van Chamber of Drivers President Emin Tuğrul attended.

Van Governor Mehmet Emin Bilmez, who made a speech at the meeting, stated that they would offer their support and contribution as the Governor of Van. Emphasizing the importance of logistics centers and Iranian relations in economic terms, Bilmez said, en Our biggest advantage in the region is that Iran is more open to cooperation in terms of relations compared to the past as of this year. To improve this, we will host the Urmriye delegation here. We have serious cooperation in border security and other issues. As a country, we are in a strategic region, an advantageous region. We, as the city, need to be ready for this. Let's prepare our project and infrastructure. With whatever effort we can, I hope we will fall to a period that will be in our favor both in political and regional development and we will benefit from it seriously. ”

The opening speech of the meeting on behalf of Brontes Consulting. Dr. Mehmet Tanyaş. In his presentation, Tanyaş pointed out that logistics is one of the important factors of industrial and commercial development. Tanyaş said, “Logistics is a concept beyond mere transportation and includes land, iron, sea, air and combined transportation as well as storage, packaging, customs clearance and value added service activities. The share of logistics costs in the sales price can range from 10 to 20 percent. Therefore, reducing logistics costs is important for competition. Edi

Tanyaş continued his speech by saying, “In addition to logistics costs, increasing product delivery time and on-time delivery rates are also important competitive advantages and may vary entirely depending on the efficiency and efficiency of logistics management. Therefore, effective development of logistics infrastructure and logistics activities is necessary for the development and growth of a country, region, province and micro-based companies. The aim of this study; Sağlamak Van Province Logistics Center Feasibility Report is to be prepared in order to contribute to the research and decisions on the development of the industry, domestic and foreign trade of the province of Van and thus the economic development of the TRB2 region and the country. ”

Stating that logistics centers in the world may be on a global, international, regional or urban basis, Tanyaş said, “In order to avoid inefficient investments, the scale, infrastructure and facilities of the logistics center should be well planned. In this framework, the effects of other provinces in the international, national and TRB2 regions, as well as the study of the industrial and commercial sectors of Van were taken into account. Taking into account national policy and regional dynamics, strategic importance and logistics centers may have on the province of Van in Turkey based on the potential logistics vision 'is also included. For this purpose and with the support of the Eastern Anatolia Development Agency, 'Van Province Logistics Center Feasibility Report' has been completed in accordance with the desired scope and titles. In this framework, the world logistics sector has been examined and its relations with international trade have been specified. ” He spoke in the form.

Noting that the 'White Book' that directs the logistics sector of the European Union is summarized in the report, Tanyaş said, “There is a close relationship between international and national transportation corridors and logistics centers. It is extremely important to establish logistics centers on these corridors. In this context, Turkey has been disclosed concerning important international transport corridors and logistics centers in the world. Turkey has demonstrated the relationship between economy and logistics industry, the effects of foreign trade and road transport are given information on the specified sub-sectors like. In the concept of Urban Logistics, the importance and role of logistics centers are specified. The establishment of logistic centers in suitable places, determining the capacity correctly and planning the placement of the areas to be included depends on the success of the feasibility studies. ” He spoke.

Stating that the socio-economic analysis of the TRB-2 region was made, Tanyaş said, “Demographic structure, basic sectors, growth, foreign trade and transportation infrastructure were examined. Van has been evaluated in terms of international and national transportation corridors and it has been stated that the start of commercial mobility through Iran will be the most important triggering factor. Socio-economic analysis of the province of Van was conducted and all activities that could affect the logistics sector such as organized industrial zones, small industrial estates, customs, foreign trade and wholesaler states were examined. ”

Tanyaş continued his remarks, SWOT (SWOT) analysis for Van in 2014, a SWOT analysis based on the literature was made based on those related to the logistics sector. Tanyaş said: “Representing possible users of Van Logistics center, 10 was established in September on Van Commodity Exchange, Van Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Van Highways 11.Region Directorate, Ministry of Science Industry and Technology, Van Provincial Directorate, Van Organized Industrial Zone Directorate, Ministry of Commerce Eastern Anatolia Region. Directorate, Centenary University, Van Ferit Melen Airport DHMİ Directorate and Secretary General of Eastern Anatolia Development Agency. A logistics platform has been proposed for the Logistics Center and the governance structure, tasks and action plan of this platform have been given. U

Tanyaş continued his speech with the following statements: “In the determination of the demand for the Van Logistics Center, the study 'Van Organized Industrial Zone and Logistics City Railway Connection (Connection) Line Feasibility Study' was used, and projections were created by 2040 based on the most likely basis from the three scenarios that were put forward. The load potential of the logistics center will be 2040 tons in 7.912.262, and it will be 5.301.216 tons of container load. It was determined which infrastructure and superstructure facilities should be in the logistics center. It is foreseen that the railway terminal will be built by TCDD. It is stated what the competing centers might be in the center to be established in Van. Two close logistics centers to be realized by TCDD; It is Kars and Tatvan. Therefore, they have the potential to rival Van Logistics Center. From these centers, Kars is under construction, Habur and Tatvan are in the tender and expropriation phase. It is thought that Kars logistics center cannot be a competitor since it is on separate transportation corridors compared to Van logistics center. Tatvan logistics center is at the project stage. If it happens, Van will become a major competitor to the logistics center. ”

Noting that the total area requirement is calculated as 591.900 square meters, Tanyaş said, “The expansion area is foreseen as 408.100 square meters and the area requirement for the logistics center is determined as 1.000.000 square meters. A general plan (settlement) plan has been proposed for this area. In the logistics center location selection criteria have been determined and within the framework of these criteria, the most suitable place has been determined as the region near the organized industrial zone. It is foreseen that the human resources investment application projects of the center will be completed in 2019 and physical investment will begin in 2020, and the first phase investments will be completed in 2022. The projects for the second stage investments are expected to be completed in 2023, the second stage investments will start in 2024 and completed in 2025. ” He used his expressions.

Stating that the railway station and facilities are expected to be completed in 2025, Tanyaş said, “Detailed investment plan is presented in the financial evaluation tables. It is envisaged that the center will be built on treasury land and the land will be purchased free of charge, the central administration will construct infrastructure and social facilities and level the lands and make them ready for the investments of the companies, and the companies will make superstructure investments according to their own needs. Although load calculation, demand analysis and other projections are based on 2040 year calculation, 2035 year is accepted as the target year in financial analysis since its main point is provided in 2036. Net present value calculation is based on the beginning of 2019 year. According to the projected land size, total number of parcels, number of facilities and sizes and total infrastructure investment, total fixed investment amount is calculated as 13.596.650 Euro over the net present value. The net present value of operating expenses up to the year 2036 has been calculated as 7.393.708 Euro. U

Finally, Tanyaş used the following statements: “Until 2036, the present value of business, land and closed area (social facilities, etc.) allocation revenues is estimated as 23.777.183 Euros. Payment of the allocation income in installments divided into years is accepted. 50 percent of the administrative and administrative expenses part of the operational expenses is taken into account in the first stage and the remaining 50 percent in the second stage. According to the calculations, the free land has been allocated without taking into account the expropriation values. In other words, the investment cost is covered by the end of 2020. ” (ŞEHRİVAN NEWSPAPER)

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