The Transport Logistic fair, which is considered as the biggest logistics event in the world and held every two years in Munich, was held in Munich on 4-7 June 2019 this year. The Turkish Pavilion was opened for the first time in the organization of DEİK Logistics Business Council with the support of UND and UTİKAD in the fair, attended by 2,374 companies from 63 countries and hosted over 64,000 visitors from 125 countries. Turkey has provided 17 countries with the participation of companies outside the country pavilions.
Trade in Turkey in the Turkish delicacies are served by reception was hosted guests from different countries. In addition, business meetings were held between Italian Port Managers who visited the Turkish pavilion and Turkish logistics companies.
In the cocktail held on the second day of the fair within the scope of the pavilion events, companies had the opportunity to develop new business relations while hosting their business partners.
The owner of Messe München Trade Fair Director Robert Schönberger with regard to Turkey Pavilions, "located at the meeting point of continents, Turkey is a unique country in terms of global logistics opening. First time opening a Turkey Pavilion exhibitors an excellent development and increase the number of Turkish firms. I have no doubt that the exhibitors and visitors of the fair are also pleased to come together with Turkish companies in order to develop more cooperation. "
Logistics Business Council Chairman Turgut Erkeskin said "Turkey has become one of the global players of the logistics industry, the world's largest industry event, the open pavilion in this exhibition for the first time stressed that the country is extremely important. Our primary aim in this exhibition which we can find all segments of the industry together, was to promote Turkey's logistics industry with strategic importance on the global trade routes of the world. We achieved a success beyond our expectations with the guests we hosted and the connections we established at the fair. Our target is to participate in Transport Munich, which will take place in Shanghai next year, with national participation. "