Foreign trade foreign trade of Turkey is considered, so the important economic role of the Federal Republic is again clearly visible. In this sector, Germany is the largest supplier of Turkey. The biggest competitors outside the EU are also Japan, the United States, Korea (Rep.), the Switzerland and Taiwan in addition to the PRC. Machine export of Turkey recorded an increase of 19% compared to 2009 already in the first four months of 2010. The export of Turkish machinery is very positive, but within the country, PRC is often resorted to cheaper products from the.
Modernization of railway transport with the modernisation of rail transport in Turkey is growing the market for rail vehicles. It aims in the near future, that a significant proportion of the rolling stock in Turkey itself can be made. From technological consideration, the land on the support of international partners is angewiesen-first successes stand out but already off. To run, for example, already in 12 cities of Turkey road, city or subways or are in planning. Between Ankara and Eskisehir was the first line of a network for high-speed lines in operation in the spring of 2009, against end of 2010 follow the connection by Ankara to Konya.
Also, the already existing lines be upgraded throughout the country. Are tenders worth $ 2.28 billion for the year $2010 provided. Best practice example: the Marmaray tunnel project of the Marmaray-tunnel under the Bosphorus is another example of a successful investment dar. This tunnel will organise Istanbul’s urban high-speed traffic also in addition to the long-distance traffic between Europe and Asia. In the year 2014, the tunnel should finally be put into operation. The Turkish Government also supports these developments with a railway reform, end of 2010 will be presented. These will include above all the organizational separation of infrastructure from operation according to the Turkish Ministry of transport, so that the Railway lines in the possession of the State remain private railway companies are allowed to operate. More information on this topic see: mechanical engineering and plant construction compact, gtai June 2010 more information about our company, see under: