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Tuyap Kondokum 2011
Tuyap Kondokum 2011 TÜYAP Konya Fuarcılık A.Ş. tarafından T.C. Ekonomi Bakanlığı, Konya Ticaret Odası, Konya Sanayi Odası ve KOSGEB’in değerli destekleri alınarak hazırlanan KONDÖKÜM 2011 Konya 2. Döküm Teknolojileri, Kalıp, Paslanmaz Çelik ve Metaller Fuarı, KONYA 4. YAN SANAYİLER FUARI ile eş zamanlı olarak 17 Kasım 2011Perşembe günü saat 12:00’de Konya Vali Yardımcısı Sayın Hayri SAATÇİ, Konya Sanayi Odası Yönetim Kurulu Başkanı Sayın Tahir BÜYÜKHELVACIGİL, Konya Ticaret Odası Yönetim Kurulu Başkan Yardımcısı Sayın B.İsmail HAYDAROĞLU, çok sayıda davetli ve basın mensuplarının da katıldığı bir törenle KTO- TÜYAP Konya Uluslararası Fuar Merkezi’nde açıldı.
Copyright: Ibrahim Tunca
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 6000x3000
Taken: 18/11/2011
Uploaded: 20/11/2011
Atualizado: 24/03/2015


Tags: konya; tüyap; kondöküm
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