Turkish Cargo organises Turkish Summer Night in Madrid
July 13, 2017: 200 officials from the agencies, especially from DHL, Schenker, Kuehne Nagel, DSV, Expeditors, Universal, Dachser and Panalpina, attended the Turkish Summer Night organised by the Turkish Cargo in Madrid. The programme was hosted by the Central and Southern Europe Cargo Regional Management in Madrid.
The focus of the event was on the Madrid cargo services.
The programme had the presence of the following people from the senior management; Seref Kazanci, SVP, Cargo, Tarik Parlak, Central and Southern Europe regional manager, Numan Cizmecioglu, Passengers and Manager in Madrid, and Gökhan Gönülalan. It was also attended by cargo managers for Spain, as well as the managers of cargo agencies in Madrid, and the employees of cargo agencies having an effect during decision-making processes.
The programme had given an opportunity to the cargo agencies to share their opinions, and the current cooperation would be maintained in future as well.
The elaborate and exclusive Turkish cuisine was the highlight of the programme and was accompanied by Turkish music. Red and white Turkish Cargo balloons, postcards dedicated to Turkey was distributed. In a lucky draw, three senior cargo executives had won passenger tickets.
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