Governor Erdoğan BEKTAŞ, who was appointed as the Governor of Rize by the last Governors Decree, paid a farewell visit to our Chairman of the Board of Directors, Sait TÜREK.
Governor Erdoğan BEKTAŞ stated that he was very pleased with the close cooperation of the Manisa Industrial Park administration during his 2 years of office. BEKTAŞ said, “Manisa Industrial Park is one of the most developed IPs of our country. In this way, it has the distinction of being the best industrial park in the world to invest in. It is an Industrial Park that we can talk about with pride and pride. I will explain its development, Private Industrial Vocational High School, logistics facilities, infrastructure and superstructure, the importance it attaches to the city, its sensitivity to social responsibility projects, and give examples everywhere I go. We have cooperated in many projects, you have supported us. I am very happy to have known you and to have seen the Manisa Industrial Park. I have full faith that you will take the Manisa Industrial Park much further.”
Sait TÜREK, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Manisa Industrial Park, stated that they were very pleased to get to know them, and said, “We have tried to evaluate the requests from our Governor’s Office positively in the last two years. Because our Governorship serves Manisa. We wanted to take part in the projects that serve our city. Within the scope of Social Responsibility, we tried to support within our means. I would like to express that we share the same opinion with our Governor, especially on Vocational Technical Education. They also visited MOSTEM, our Private School providing Vocational Education, many times. They know the problems of our industrialists caused by the lack of qualified personnel at least as much as we do, and they have not spared their support for the works carried out in this direction. I am extremely happy to have worked in a harmonious and strong cooperation with the Governor in two years. I wish them success in their new place of duty, the Governorship of Rize.”