Students of Terme Vocational School at Samsun Logistics Center, Turkey’s Gateway to the North

Students of Terme Vocational School at Samsun Logistics Center, Turkey’s Gateway to the North

Management of Terme Vocational School (MYO) of Ondokuz Mayıs University (OMU); He visited Samsun Tekkeköy Logistics Center, which is one of the most important logistics centers in Turkey, which continues its activities in the body of Samsun Chamber of Commerce and Industry, for students of the program of logistics, foreign trade and marketing.

Director of Vocational School Assoc. Dr. Erol Terzi, department heads, department professors and 50 students were present.

“A good model for their future careers”

Samsun Logistics Center Marketing and Sales Manager Mustafa Yavuz Akmeşe gave an update on the logistics center and said, “We are Turkey’s first logistics storage area with access to air, land, sea and railway. Samsun Logistics Center, Turkey’s first intermodal logistics center, provides warehousing services to giant corporations in an area of ​​80,000 square meters. The Samsun logistics center was built in the Tekkeköy district by the European Union with a grant of 50 million euros. 225,000 square meters of the logistics center, which has access to air, land, sea and rail transport, has been reserved as a closed storage area. Currently, storage activities are carried out in 80,000 square meters of the center. In the near future, another 10 warehouses suitable for bulk cargo will be added to the center in an area of ​​7,000 square meters. I believe that these fields will be a good model and a good step for the future professional life of our precious students who study professionally in this field. mentioned.

“The event is very useful for students”

Director of the Vocational School of Terme Assoc. Dr. Erol Terzi, on the other hand, underlined the importance of such activities in order to increase the professional competence of our students and improve their field practices, knowledge and application skills. As a Vocational School of Terme, Terzi stressed the importance of vocational training to meet the need for qualified intermediate personnel that Turkey and regional companies need and said: “With the applied education model (3 +1) that we have implemented as a Terme Vocational School, we have introduced our students to corporate life with on-the-job training at partner institutions and industrial companies for 1 semester. In this context, we would like to thank the managers of Samsun Logistics Center, which is one of the most important centers in Turkey and always supports the applications of our field students, all their employees and companies. event was very beneficial for the students, and we will continue such activities in the future,” he said.

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