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JAK ESKİNAZİ; LOGISTIC CENTRES TO OPEN DOORS OF GLOBAL TRADE

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Logistics centres to be established in the target countries after the pandemic will play a major role on the road to the export target of 226.6 billion dollars in 2023.

Aegean exporters have the opinion that new generation solutions to be put into operation in logistics will both accelerate the economy and strengthen the supply chain.

According to the Aegean Exporters’ Associations Coordinator Association Jak Eskinazi, every development in the logistics sector will be in favour of bilateral trade with exporters and target countries during this period when protectionism measures have increased with pandemic.

Stating that during the pandemic, with the breaking of the supply chain, they saw that global logistic systems are vital, Eskinazi said, “We need logistic systems and collaborations in e-commerce that will accelerate the process towards becoming an e-commerce centre in the world. By focusing on this, we must create new generation trading bridges.”

“As an Association that started the first virtual exhibition we have a few virtual committee and exhibition projects. The supply bases to be established abroad, have a particular importance for our B2B companies aiming to make e-exports,” Eskinazi added…

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