We are in YÖREX

We are in YÖREX
11 October 2015

urkey’s largest local products trade fair, Local Goods Fair (YÖREX) will open its doors to visitors on October 7nd.
Local, traditional goods of Anatolia from 81 provinces will be on display in search of new markets at the Antalya Expo Center.
Mission of the fair in Turkey Antalya EXPO-CENTER side chambers and commodity exchanges, producing regional products with international firms attended the event.
We opened a stand with Manisa Commodity Exchange and showed our member’s products and services in the fair.



Speaking at the opening of the YÖREX Expo, TOBB President M. Rifat Hisarcıklıoğlu said, “YÖREX is a matter of vision. This is Turkey’s project. Here, you can see the soul of Anatolia, all of its colors. The four corners of Turkey are contributing here in unity and solidarity.” Supported by TOBB and organized by the Antalya Commodity Exchange (ATB), the 6th Local Goods Expo (YÖREX) was opened to the public. Attended by 101 chambers and exchanges from 68 provinces, 11 development agencies, 52 institutions and 224 companies as well as the Press and Advert Institution, the opening of YÖREX began with a performance by the Aydın Folkloric Dance Group. Attending the opening in addition to TOBB President M. Rifat Hisarcıklıoğlu were Antalya Governor Muammer Türker, Mayor Menderes Türel, Antalya Chamber of Commerce and Industry Chair Davut Çetin, Antalya Chamber of Commerce (ATB) Board President Ali Çandır and MPs from various political parties as well as protocol members. Speaking at the ceremony, Hisarcıklıoğlu stated that YÖREX advances itself each year, growing, and has become a global success. Stating that YÖREX is a matter of vision, Hisarcıklıoğlu said, “This is Turkey’s project. Here, you can see the soul of Anatolia, all of its colors. The four corners of Turkey are contributing here in unity and solidarity. This is a success story both economically and socially.” –


Manisa Chamber of Commerce and Industry shared a place with Manisa Commodity Exchanges along the five days where special local products of Manisa were represented.

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