FIRST STEPS HAVE BEEN TAKEN FOR MACHINERY EFFICIENCY CENTER
OPENING MEETING OF THE PROJECT OF FEASIBILITY PREPARATION ON ESTABLISHMENT OF EFFICIENCY CENTER WITH CONSTRUCTION MACHINERY SECTOR ANALYSIS WAS CARRIED OUT ON 17TH APRIL IN ANKARA.
The opening meeting of “The Project of Feasibility Preparation on Establishment of Efficiency Center with Construction Machinery Sector Analysis in Ankara” of which Turkish Machinery Federation (MAKFED) and Ankara Social Sciences University (ASBÜ) are the partners and which is supported by Ankara Development Agency was carried out on 17th April in OSTİM with the participation of Hasan Büyükdede, the Deputy Minister of Industry and Technology. Feasibility report on “Machinery Efficiency Center” by which the measurement of the efficiency level of the firms operating in machinery manufacturing industry and management of the activities to increase efficiency are planned with the project will be drawn. Construction machinery sector which is one of the five pioneer industries of Ankara specified in Ankara Development Agency Regional Innovation Strategies Research was specified as the pilot field in the project.
The project where the results of “Machinery Sector Efficiency Center Feasibility” will be obtained through the “Ankara Construction Machinery Sector Analysis and Strategy Report” and “Machinery Sector Efficiency Center Feasibility” following the literature research, Entrepreneur Information System Research of Ministry of Industry and Technology, survey and complete inventory will last for six months. Zühtü Bakır, the Secretariat General of MAKFED, Halide Rasim, the Chairperson of Construction Machinery Cluster, Merih Özgen, the Chairperson of Turkish Construction Equipment Distributors and Manufacturers’ Association, Orhan Aydın, the Chairperson of OSTIM Board of Directors, Arif Şayık, the Secretariat General of Ankara Development Agency, Prof. Dr. Mehmet Barca, The Rector of ASBÜ and Hasan Büyükdede, the Deputy Minister of Industry and Technology expressed their ideas and Construction Machinery Cluster realized a workshop with the participation of Ankara members.