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Transportation Technologies Trade Mission to Turkey

March 26-31, 2017


Explore Export Opportunities in Turkey

The United States Department of Commerce’s International Trade Administration is organizing an Executive-Led Transportation Technologies Trade Mission to Turkey that will introduce U.S. companies to the $250 billion Turkish transportation market. Trade mission delegates will travel to Ankara, Izmir and Istanbul to attend pre-scheduled meetings/networking events with municipal/government officials/potential trading partners/end users to understand the business and transportation environment in Turkey.

Venues

  • Ankara
  • Izmir
  • Istanbul

Trade Mission Features

  • Introduce U.S. Firms to the rapidly expanding transportation technologies & equipment market in Turkey.
  • Customized one-on-one meetings and networking events with government leaders, potential partners, distributors and end users.
  • Site visits to transportation infrastructure projects and structures.
  • Gain insights, make industry contacts, solidify business strategies and advance specific technologies.

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Transportation Technologies Holding High Potential for U.S. Exports

  • By 2023, Turkey has set a target to reach full completion of the privatization of railroads, as well as the connection of marine ports and railroads. Within aviation, the number of domestic and international flights has greatly increased, leading to a significant increase in total passenger and cargo traffic and the investment in new airport projects.
  • Turkish firms and municipalities are looking for intelligent transportation systems and high-tech equipment to assist them in their development and implementation efforts in fields such as Real Time Locating Systems, Traffic Engineering, Adaptive Traffic Management Technologies, Air Traffic Control Systems, Signalization Systems, Beacon Technology, Electronic Detection System, Digital Information Systems, Vehicle Tracking and Fleet Management Aviation Systems and Technologies, LED Lighting, etc.

Costs for Trade Mission

  • Small and Medium Size Enterprise (Fewer than 500 employees) or Industry Organization: $3,700
  • Large Enterprise: $4,700
  • Each additional Attendee: $750

Conditions for Participation

Mission participants are U.S. companies providing material/equipment/system, technology and services to any of the four transportation industries, air, rail, land, and marine that have an interest in engaging in the Turkish and regional markets. Construction/engineering firms may not be a good fit for this trade mission, but if there are any questions, please contact us.

Registration Deadline

Mission delegates will be accepted on a rolling basis, with a minimum of 12 and maximum of 25 companies that will be selected to participate in the mission. Applications received after January 27, 2017, will be considered only if space and scheduling constraints permit.

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For More Information

Kent Campbell
Trade Promotion Programs, Washington DC
Tel: (202) 482-7426
kent.campbell@trade.gov

Berrin Erturk
Senior Commercial Specialist, Izmir
Tel: +90 (232) 441-2446
berrin.erturk@trade.gov

Ozge Eksi
Senior Commercial Specialist, Ankara
Tel: +90 (312) 457-7169
ozge.eksi@trade.gov


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