Aydınonat Made A Strong Impression At Tunnel EXPO

Demos Fairs held in Turkey for the second time by Tunnel Construction Technology and Equipment Exhibition, TUNNEL EXPO / Aydınonat Inc. participated for the first time in Istanbul, filled out as the only company in the construction machinery lighting systems available at the fair.

Aydınonat, which hosted giant sector representatives at its booth at the Istanbul Expo Center between 27-28-29 August 2015, met with its visitors at Hall: 9 Stand: 28 with its professional team.

Leading representatives of the industry and academicians conveyed new technologies and information to the participants for 3 days at the Tunnel Construction Technologies and Equipment Fair, which attracted great attention from sector represen tatives last year.

As the distributor of TYRI Lights LED lighting systems, Aydınonat welcomed the company manager from Sweden at its booth and bridged the visitors with first-hand technical information. tunneling is expected to be invested over 35 billion euros in a few years, Turkey plays an important role as one of the most important countries in the world by the emergence of tunneling activities.

  1. Tunnel Construction Technology and Equipment Exhibition after the general Aydınonat in an evaluation General Manager Yavuz Selim Aydınonat:’Construction machinery spare parts sales, our company provides services in the production and, on the reliability and quality of the service sector, Turkey’s only tunneling fair attended by the visitors in the lighting field brought together. Therefore, I think we can appeal to the audience in our focus. At the 2nd Tunnel Expo, a responsible from the state-of-the-art lighting systems TYRI company was also positive on fair basis. Visitors who had questions had access to technical information first hand. Our company carried out advertisements and catalogs for many magazines in order to strengthen the communication that will bring them together with the masses. The fair was generally calm. I think the interest of domestic and foreign companies will be more intense in the coming years,’ he said.