OmranTrk is present at the International Trade Fair “MÜSİAD Expo” Istanbul 2022


OmranTrk company, headquartered in Yalova, northwestern Turkey, is taking part in the activities of the 19th edition of the “MÜSİAD Expo” trade fair, which will be hosted by the Turkish city of Istanbul from November 2-5, under the supervision of the Turkish Association of Independent Industrialists and entrepreneurs. “MÜSİAD,”.

The activities of the exhibition and the mega economic event were launched today, Wednesday, November 2, 2022, in the presence and participation of Turkish and Arab personalities, including Turkish Minister of Treasury and Finance Nureddin Nebati, Turkish Minister of Trade Mehmet Muş, besides the mayor Istanbul, Ekrem İmamoğlu, and Şekib Avdagiç, president of the Istanbul Chamber of Commerce, in addition to the members of the “MÜSİAD” association represented by its president, Mahmoud Asmli, and several Arab companies, led by the “OmranTrk” company.

On its first day, the exhibition witnessed the participation of several companies working in the fields of aviation, trade, food, and many other companies, besides the participation of delegations and businessmen from 124 countries.

OmranTrk company is present at “MÜSİAD Expo” in “Hall No. 2, Stand No. 217”.

The exhibition halls will be dedicated to many companies and in different fields, as Hall No. 2 will be allocated to construction, environment, and real estate companies, including OmranTrk Company, and permanent consumption materials, while Hall No. 3 will be allocated to food, agriculture, and packaging companies.

The participants in the exhibition will be able to get acquainted with the most important “OmranTrk” projects in the real estate sector in Turkey in general and in “Yalova” in particular, the most important of which is the “Cennet Yalova” project and other projects.

It is noteworthy that at the end of the last year 2021, the Arab businessman, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the “OmranTrk” company, Abdulaziz Al-Kashef, joined the Turkish Association of Independent Businessmen and Industrialists “MÜSİAD”, where this came during an introductory ceremony for the new members, which was held by the association in Yalova, northwestern Turkey.

The exhibition is set to host the International Business Forum, to discuss “elements that threaten food security” and “food reliability and its effects on humans”.

During the exhibition, various products of the local defense industries have displayed, foremost of which is the “Bayraktar TB2” drone and the “Jazari” flying vehicle.

The Turkish Independent Industrialists and Businessmen Association “MÜSİAD” is organizing the exhibition’s activities, on an area of ​​25,000 square meters in the “TÜYAP” exhibition center on the European side of Istanbul.

In his speech at the opening session of the exhibition, Mahmut Asmalı, President of the MÜSİAD Association, said:

MÜSİAD operates extensively in 165 branches inside and outside Turkey, with a wide network of relationships.

MÜSİAD represents a large commercial bloc that provides job opportunities for about two million people, and it has a wide network of business relationships.

Today, the exhibition opens for the 19th time, as it contributes to achieving Turkey’s goals by increasing the volume of exports for the next year.

We believe we will open up to more markets, and we aim that the business that will be held on the sidelines of the conference will reach a volume of 5 billion dollars.

Turkey aims, according to President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s plan, to reach an export volume of $300 billion next year, and therefore MÜSİAD seeks to be an important link in this regard.

This exhibition has been carefully prepared, there are visits from Europe, Asia, Africa, and the Middle East, and we hope to play a role in meeting businessmen and investors in this exhibition.

For the first time in the history of “MÜSİAD Expo“, this year’s edition will host a summit of the ambassadors of the Group of Eight developing Islamic countries “D8” Egypt, Nigeria, Pakistan, Iran, Indonesia, Malaysia, Turkey, and Bangladesh.

The exhibition is described as a “Center Of World Trade”, and its organizers aim to highlight Turkey as an economic attraction, especially after it has overcome impressive economic results, compared to the countries of the Middle East and Western and European countries.

The importance of the “MÜSİAD Expo” stems from its remarkable attempt to restore the international economic activities that Istanbul used to embrace in the last decade before it stopped in the first quarter of 2020.


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