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Ekol Shares Its Experiences In The International Area

Ekol, the leading logistics company of Turkey and Europe, will appear at two major logistic industry fairs to be held in Germany.

Dominating the logistics sector with its investments, Ekol will meet with other players of logistics sector by attending The Railfreight Forum to be held in Cologne on January 21 – 22 and Forum Automotive Logistics 2014 to be held in Frankfurt on February 4 – 5. The executives of Ekol Logistics will share their experiences with peers at these fairs.

Frank Körber, Ekol Supervisory Board Member, will make his presentation on Intermodal Transportation between Turkey and Europe at Railfreight Forum to be held at Maritim Hotel, Cologne on January 21 – 22. This forum is of capital importance for Ekol Logistics, which has invested on Intermodal transportation since 2008, to share the latest situation of those investments with the industry. Ekol, at this fair, will share its experiences on effective process planning and sustainability which the company gained during its “journey to Intermodal transportation” and which enabled it to win the European Environment Award. In this context, several subjects such as solutions for the future, railway and logistics, infrastructure and competition, railway investments etc. will be discussed.

Ekol Logistics will be on booth 48-49 at Forum Automotive Logistics 2014 to be held in Forum, Messe Frankfurt on February 4-5. Ekol Logistics, serving the leading companies of automotive industry, an industry with demanding growth targets, will share its experience in this industry with prospects at Forum Automotive Logistics 2014. Forum Automotive Logistics, held annually, is targeting the logistics experts, OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturers) supply chain managers as well as automotive logistics experts at logistics and consultancy firms. The main theme of the event covers issues such as chaos and volatility management, cost reduction, volatile markets, automatic identification and after markets.