Meeting with the Minister of Transport and Infrastructure Adil Karaismailoğlu in Ankara, Sivas Chamber of Commerce and Industry (STSO) Chairman Mustafa Eken stated that there is no such thing as closing or shrinking TÜDEMSAŞ and said that the factory capacity will be increased.
Sivas Chamber of Commerce and Industry (STSO) Chairman Mustafa Eken, the delegation consisting of Eskişehir Chamber of Industry President Celalettin Kesikbaş and Eskişehir Chamber of Commerce Metin Güler visited the Minister of Transport and Infrastructure Adil Karaismailoğlu in his office.
During the visit in Eskişehir Turkey Locomotive and Engine Industry (TULOMSAS), located in Sakarya, Turkey Wagon Industry Corporation (TÜVASAŞ) and in Sivas in Turkey Railway Machines Industry Inc. (TÜDEMSAŞ), the file prepared by the industry and trade chambers of 3 provinces was given to the Minister of Transport and Infrastructure Adil Karaismailoğlu.
Mustafa Eken, Chairman of the Board of Directors, touched upon the importance of TÜDEMSAŞ for Sivas and conveyed the damage to the economy of the city.
President Eken, "Transportation and Infrastructure Minister Adil Karaismailoğlu Republic of Turkey State Railways (TCDD) is connected to the company from Turkey Wagon Industries Inc. (TÜVASAŞ), Turkey Locomotive and Engine Industry Inc. (The contractor) and Turkey Railway Machines Rail System Tools Industries Inc. by merging Turkey Rail System Tools Industries Inc. (TÜRASAŞ) gave information about the establishment causes. Our Minister; There is no planning to close or shrink existing mergers. He said that the capacity of TÜDEMSAŞ will be increased, so that the people of Sivas keep their hearts comfortable. "We had a meeting at TÜRASAŞ General Manager Mustafa Metin Yazar and we discussed the issue with him in detail."
Chairman Eken stated that he thanked the Minister of Transport and Infrastructure Adil Karaismailoğlu for his interest and interest. He said that they will evaluate the subject. Minister Karaismailoğlu also stated that they will evaluate the issue. ”