OmranTrk company, headquartered in Yalova, northwestern Turkiye (Turkey), is preparing to participate in the 19th edition of the “MÜSİAD Expo” trade fair on November 2-5, under the supervision of the Turkish Association of Independent Industrialists and Businessmen (MÜSİAD).
The exhibition will take place in the “Tuyap Istanbul” fair city, where delegations of entrepreneurs, investors, business people, economists, and industrialists will take part, too.
The exhibition will also witness significant participation of delegations and representatives of companies from Europe, Asia, Africa, the Middle East, and North Africa, besides delegations from Azerbaijan, Russia, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Morocco, Indonesia, Nigeria, Pakistan, Iran, and Algeria.
The exhibition can be described as a “world trade center,” highlighting Turkiye (Turkey) as an economic attraction, especially after it has overcome the Corona epidemic with impressive financial results compared to other countries.
The exhibition is expected to witness a meeting of the Islamic D-8 Organization for Economic Cooperation ambassadors. According to Turkish sources, it will directly contribute to Turkiye‘s goals for 2023.
The exhibition aims to provide an excellent opportunity for Turkiye (Turkey) to reach the goals of 2023 and achieve exports worth 300 billion dollars. The exhibition organizers showed that “the previous versions of the exhibition contributed millions of dollars to the economy.”
OmranTrk will be at “MÜSİAD EXPO” in “Hall No. 2, Stand No. 217”.
The exhibition halls are dedicated to many companies in different fields, as Hall No. 2 will be devoted to construction, environment, real estate companies (including OmranTrk Company), and permanent consumption materials. Hall No. 3 will be dedicated to food, agriculture, and packaging companies.
Textiles, ready-made garments and footwear companies, and sub-industry will be present in Hall No. 5, while associations and non-governmental organizations, services, tourism, publishing, and health companies will be present in Hall No. 6.
Those interested in machinery, automobile, metallurgy, energy, logistics, and technology companies can visit them in Hall 7. Halls 8 and 9 will be assigned to international participants, and in Hall No. 10, the MÜSİAD team will be present.
Hall No. 11 will be dedicated to the business hall, in addition to a mosque for prayer inside. Hall No. 12 will host furniture, decoration, and lighting companies, while Hall No. 14 will be dedicated to the opening and launching of the exhibition.
On November 24, 2020, the 18th edition of the “MÜSİAD Expo” was concluded, which witnessed the distinguished participation of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, along with several Turkish officials.
“We are ready to move forward believing in Turkiye‘s strength, potential and future, and are determined to bring Turkiye (Turkey) into a new stage of economic and democratic ascent,” Erdogan said in a speech during the exhibition.
“We ensure that investments are accelerated to provide lasting results in production and employment by stimulating local and foreign investors,” he added.
The last edition of the exhibition witnessed the attendance of nearly 15,000 visitors from 102 countries, which lasted for four days at the “TUYAP” “Tuyap Istanbul” fair city, which obtained a “safe exhibition” certificate at the time of the latest health epidemic, according to the Turkish “Anatolia” news agency.
The “MÜSİAD World Honorary Trade and Diplomacy Summit” was also held during the exhibition, with the participation of 50 honorary consuls, who play an essential role in international trade from the United States, Europe, and Asia.
According to Al-Jazeera Net, its importance is “that it attracts foreign investors to Turkiye (Turkey) on one hand, and stimulate the Turkish exporters to open more markets and establish partnerships with importers on the other hand.”
The exhibition is also considered an “opportunity to enhance trade exchange and contribute to the recovery of companies from the effects of the outbreak of the Corona epidemic, and an opportunity to confirm that Turkiye aims to be a figure for global trade and a financial center to attract foreign capital to all investors.” According to the Turkish Minister of Industry, Mustafa Varank, in a previous statement.
Several months ago, OmranTrk Company, represented by its CEO, Abdulaziz Al-Kashef, took part in an important historical event in the Turkish economy and investment under the title of “MÜSİAD opens a new branch in Libya.”
OmranTrk‘s participation confirms the importance of its efforts through its real estate, investment, and economic projects and its strategic and essential position in this field.
It is noteworthy that at the end of the last year 2021, the Arab businessman and the CEO of “OmranTrk” company, Abdulaziz Al-Kashef, joined the Turkish Association of Independent Businessmen and Industrialists “MÜSİAD.”
The establishment of the “MÜSİAD” association in Istanbul goes back to 1990 by a group of Turkish businessmen, and one of its founding objectives is to contribute to the development of individuals, institutions, society, technology, science, economy, politics, culture in the Middle East and the world.
OmranTrk invites you to visit the exhibition on Wednesday, November 2nd, until Saturday, November 5th, from 10:00 to 6:00, in the second salon of the TUYAP International Exhibition Hall (location) and stand number 217. You can obtain the invitation card online by filling in your data using the link.