BTSO Continues to Work for the Objectives of Creating Boron Awareness in the Business World. Boron Research and Development Commission, which was established under the leadership of Bursa Chamber of Commerce and Industry (BTSO), continues its 'Extended Regional Meetings' for the introduction of boron mine to the country's economy.
Boron Research and Development Commission, chaired by BTSO Board Member İlker Duran, visited Eskişehir Chamber of Industry (ESO). The commission, which set out to increase the awareness and use of the boron mine, met with ESO Chairman of the Board Savaş Özaydemir and the members.
İLKER DURAN: “OUR INDUSTRIAL IS RAISING AWARENESS ON BORON”
Member of BTSO Board of Directors and Chairman of Boron Research and Development Commission Ilker DuranStating that they formed the boron commission in a structure that would include local governments and universities, he said, “While forming this commission, we requested our chambers of commerce and industry, which have boron mines, to contribute to us. Our commission also includes representatives from our chambers of commerce and industry. Union of Chambers and Commodity Exchanges of Turkey We aim to create boron awareness in our industrialists by putting forward projects that will cost Turkey.
“CHEMICAL INDUSTRY MUST BE DEVELOPED”
Eskişehir Chamber of Industry Chairman Savaş Özaydemir also drew attention to the need to develop the chemical industry in Turkey. Özaydemir said, “The works of the boron commission bring together different social circles. We see that you are doing a very successful job and as Eskişehir Chamber of Industry, we will give all kinds of support to the Commission.”
2015 PROJECTS IN 36
Boren Industrial Relations General Coordinator Dr. Sedat Sürdem, on the other hand, gave information about Boren's work and the projects they will support in 2016; stated that they care about projects that are likely to be commercialized. Sürdem stated that 2015 projects came to Boren in 36, of which only 3 complied with the conditions and were entitled to support, and called for the preparation of more projects for production.