tarafından 30.07.2020 13:04 da yazıldı.
The representatives of the enterprises operating in the food sector were informed about TUBITAK, KOSGEB and COSME Supports and exchanged views on the demands and needs of the companies under the organisation of Çanakkale Chamber of Commerce and Industry and Çanakkale KÜSI (Public-University-Industry Collaboration).
The meeting, held through the video conferencing system, has been attended by Sema Sandal the Secretary General of CCCI, Prof. Dr. Mustafa Kemal Sezgintürk the Representative of Çanakkale Industry and Technology Provincial and KÜSİ, ÇOMÜ ÇOBİLTUM Director Assoc. Dr. Ayhan Oral, Assoc. Dr. Ozgur Özay, Representatives of the food sector, Gökhan Dogru the CCCI Project Specialist and the company officials from Atiye Laçin Gıda Turizm Industry and Tic. Ltd. Sti., Akpınar Süt Ürünleri Sanayi ve Tic. Ltd. Şti., Hamdibey Süt ve Gıda Ürünleri San. ve Tic. A.Ş., Mücahit Dalgıç Dalgıç Zeytinyağı Ticaret, Akua Tek Su Ürünleri Tarım Ürünleri Gıda Turizm San. ve Tic. A. Ş., Karadane Zeytincilik Gıda ve Tarım Ürünleri Tic. Ltd. Şti., Altınkılıç Gıda ve Süt Sanayi Tic. A.Ş., Dizem Yapı Gıda Turizm ve Dış Tic. Ltd. Şti.
Sema Sandal the Secretary General of CCCI has expressed “As Çanakkale Chamber of Commerce and Industry, we continue to support our member companiesin order to facilitate their trade activities. In this context, we organise informative meetings in cooperation with Çanakkale KÜSİ to provide information about the support programmes that he member companies can benefit from, to determine their needs and to open the communication channels that are blocked. At the meeting, companies have been informed about the purpose, operation and contributions of KÜSİ. Each company has expressed views on R&D, product development, product analysis, other problems they face in production.
Our informative meetings will continue. For this purpose, we will visit companies in their workplaces one-to-one and provide the support they need. As CCCI, we will reduce the dependence of food production companies in testing and analysis as much as possible, which causes a loss of time and money. Therefore we will inventory the tests and analysis that the companies have done. We will create an interface by identifying the tests and analysis studies that can be done in Çanakkale or where accreditation is needed in cooperation with the relevant institutions.”