Istanbul chamber of commerce is restoring business processes for logistics sector
ICC, with collaboration of International Forwarding Association (UND) has started to develop solution offers for goods trafficking not to affected by the traffic of Istanbul city.
We follow up all processes in the logistics sector and determine what we will do to make it more sustainable. Considering the potential and importance of Logistics Sector, we have put this sector on our agenda as the strategic priority.”
We are tracking all to processes on the logistics sector and we are identifying what to do for making it more sustainable. We are responsible for 81 different business sectors and we are thinking that all of these sector need Logistics. Taking into account this fact, we have to offer time and cost efficiency in this sector. Our main goal is strengthening up the Turkish competing business.
The aim of this study is determining the pain point of Istanbul traffic and prepare a constituency map. And we will force production and commerce compounds to move out from Istanbul center to the locations outside of the city. Within that period, the new Yavuz Sultan Selim Bridge has a strategic importance.