Trade Fair

Tunnel Expo Turkey 2015

140 exhibitors from no less than 16 countries presented their products and tunnelling solutions on an area exceeding 2800 m² at the Tunnel Expo Turkey in the Istanbul Expo Centre in the district of Yeşilköy. According to the organizers apart from Turkish trade visitors, guests from a further 19 nations were in Istanbul from August 27 to 29, 2015: Albania, Algeria, China, Germany, France, Georgia, Iran, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Kasachstan, Croatia, Austria, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Syria, Uzbekistan and the Czech Republic. The second Tunnel Expo following up the initial event in 2014 was...

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