Railway Solution for Export from Steel Industry

Railway Solution for Export from Steel Sector: The export of EU, Austria, Hungary, Poland, Czech Republic and Slovakia has led the Steel Exporters Union.
The Steel Exporters' Association (CIB), which works to increase Turkish steel exports, has examined the ıları European 5 (, which consists of Austria, Hungary, Poland, Czech Republic and Slovakia, as steel exports to Central Europe are very low. Initially aiming to solve the high-cost logistics problem and for this purpose, the CIB, which organizes a İB Railway Export Conference for Europe maliyet, plans to conduct trade committees within the scope of URGE for these countries.
Exports of steel sector to European Union countries; Austria, Hungary, Poland, Czech Republic and Slovakia are in the last place. According to data from the Steel Exporters' Association, Turkey's European Union In the 2015 2,8 million tons of exports made by Poland 1,6 percent level; 0,9 in Austria; Hungary, 0,4, Czech Republic and Slovakia received 0,3 shares. In the January-April period of 2016, the table remained unchanged and the shares of these countries were as follows: 1,5 in Poland; Austria and Czech Republic 0,5; 0,3 of Slovakia percent and 0,2 of Hungary percent. The steel industry, in turn, demonstrates a successful performance in exports to other European countries such as the UK, Romania, Italy and Spain.
Problem, logistics cost
Steel exporters, who are investigating the reasons for the low levels of steel exports to Europe's 5, found that the problem stemmed from the high cost of logistics, which negatively affected exports. Thus, the Association of Steel Exporters, which started to work to reveal alternative ways, firstly cooperated with Rail Cargo, Europe's largest freight transportation company owned by Austrian State Railways to evaluate the advantages of rail and export. The Union, which has been listening to exporters with the ın Export Conference with Rail to Europe du organized with the participation of exporters from the steel sector, has enabled companies to become more familiar with the services offered by Rail Cargo.
Studies will continue
Namık Ekinci, Chairman of the Board of Steel Exporters' Association, said: gel We aim to facilitate the exportation of our members to this region, increase their exports, have a share in the products they cannot export, and ensure their exports to these regions to be sustainable. We took the first step with the cooperation of the Austrian state-owned company Rail Cargo. We will continue to work with our member companies. In order to closely monitor the advantages of the terminal warehouse in Vienna, we will consider making initiatives as a Union. We will also develop different methods to address our disadvantages against competing countries. For example, we will produce solutions for our importers to get the products they need from the nearest location. Thus, we will make our existence sustainable in these markets. Böylece
Namık Ekinci stated that they are focused on increasing their exports to Europe and said, Avrupa We aim to bring our exports to Europe to its potential. In order to support this goal, we are planning to organize trade delegations and procurement committee organizations in Central Europe region in 2016 year. Bu




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