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The Breakbulk Turkey Congress

Informacje firmowe, 2012-09-18

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If your company has invested or is looking to invest in Turkey and the surrounding region...

...this is the event for you...

The Breakbulk Turkey Congress, taking place on 13-15 November in Istanbul delivers learning and networking opportunities for breakbulk & project cargo logisticians looking to drive their business forward in the region.

With a spider's web of trade routes and a multitude of major projects ongoing and in planning in Turkey, the event provides the perfect platform to hear about the latest opportunities and how you and your company can best profit from them.

Two of the projects that leading experts will be focusing on at the event include Turkey as a Maritime Gateway and Turkey's Wind Energy Plans:

- Turkey as a Maritime Gateway

Since its days as the capital of the Eastern Roman, Latin and Ottoman empires, Istanbul was known as the "gateway to the east." Today Turkey is building significant bridges with Asia, the Middle East and other regions where it offers an alternative to the traditional ocean trade lane. Speakers will discuss cross border issues (including the Turkey/Iraq border) and why Turkey has become one of the most successful maritime gateways in the world.

Speakers include: Emre Eldener, General Manager, Kita Logistics (Moderator), Ozgur Kalelioglu, Director, Port Services, Arkas and Ömür Özta, Project Manager, Gulf Agency Denizcilik. A

- Turkey's Wind Energy Plans

Wind energy boasts the second-highest share of renewable energy production in Turkey, and its prospects look brighter every day with a government initiative setting a target of receiving 30 percent of its power from renewables by 2023. Speakers will discuss wind energy projects planned in Turkey and the challenges of transporting the delicate pieces of a wind tower, as well as Turkey's potential as a wind export market.

Speakers include: Mustafa Kuyubasi, Wind Power Project Manager, Magdenli Transport Turkey

To view the full agenda visit www.breakbulkevents-turkey.com.

DON'T FORGET: you can still make some fantastic savings when booking as a group. Register three or more of your colleagues and save between 10% to 25% depending on how many delegates you send along. Email conferences@ubm.com for details.

Congress places are filling up fast - book your place today to guarantee a seat at the table where the most important breakbulk and project cargo conversations in the region will be taking place - Register online or call +44 (0)20 7921 8039.
 
 
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