Turkey reveals commissioning date of logistics center in Karaman province
BAKU, Azerbaijan, March 16
Rufiz Hafizoglu - Trend:
A logistics center in Turkish Karaman province will be ready for commissioning in 2022, Trend reports referring to the Turkish Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure on March 16.
According to the ministry, construction of the center in Karaman province, with the total cost of 172.8 million liras ($27.2 million) was launched in 2019.
“No foreign credit was involved to implement the project”, the ministry noted.
Some 25.2 billion liras ($4.1 billion) will be invested in 2020 in the construction of transport and infrastructure projects, the ministry said earlier.
A total of 2,994 projects will be implemented in 2020 in Turkey, 455 of which are in the field of transport and infrastructure. As reported, 77.134 billion liras ($12.5 billion) were allocated for the projects.
Implementation of projects to create 12 logistics centers is also under way.
Eight of such centers are at design and tender stage, and the construction of another four ones continues. Foreign contractors may participate in the construction, as well.
The construction projects of 21 logistics centers in Turkey are planned to be implemented under the Government’s Target-2023 Plan. Nine logistics centers have already been commissioned.
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