Turkey’s largest agro-industrial zone, Dikili Agriculture Based Specialized Organized Industrial Zone (TDİOSB) is waiting for investors.
TDİOSB will increase the production of fresh fruits and vegetables in the Aegean Region by 80 thousand tonnes per year, also provide employment for 3 thousand 500 people and produce with renewable geothermal energy.
TDİOSB is basically a renewable Green OIZ project that provides all its energy within its own structure.
TDİOSB, at the same time as an Europe and Turkey’s largest soilless, fully automated, modern greenhouses and agro-industrial cluster, will be using renewable energy sources for heating. Water management will be provided with the waste water facility. All waste will be evaluated too.
Dikili Agriculture-Based Specialized Organized Industrial Zone was introduced to the members of Aegean Exporters’ Associations (EİB).
Uçak: Dikili TDİOSB will employ 3.500 people
Hayrettin Uçak, Chairperson of the Aegean Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Exporters’ Association, stated that they attach great importance to Dikili TDİOSB and believe in its potential.
Informing that Dikili TDİOSB is progressing very fast, Uçak said, “The project met with the investor and the parcel sales have started. Investors will be able to make their investments as a greenhouse parcel and an industrial parcel. 80 thousand tonnes of fresh fruit and vegetables are planned to be produced within the scope of the project. I believe that this project will contribute positively to fruit variety and quality in our country.”
“In 2020, we reached an export figure of 5 billion 100 million dollars in agricultural products, of which 1 billion 40 million dollars were fresh fruits, vegetables and fruits and vegetables in terms of Aegean region,” Uçak noted.
“We aim to increase our agricultural products exports to 10 billion dollars with Dikili TDİOSB and the agricultural organized industrial zones to be established in our region in the following period,” Uçak added…