Intense interest in the localization move in the industry

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Minister of Industry and Technology Varank said, “We received intense applications for the pilot call of the Technology-Focused Industrial Move Program in the machinery sector. There are 153 project applications that passed the preliminary evaluation process.” said.

Minister of Industry and Technology Mustafa Varank made an evaluation to the AA correspondent about the Technology-Focused Industrial Move Program, which was launched last year for the localization of high value-added products with the vision of the National Technology Move.

Emphasizing that increasing the added value in industrial production and exports is their main priority, Varank said that they aim to increase both R&D activities for high-tech products and investments in these products.

Deadline for final feasibility is January 19

Reminding that the Technology-Focused Industrial Move Program is a step taken in this direction, Varank said, “With the program, we aim to localize the products for which we have a high foreign trade deficit in the focus sectors. For this purpose, we manage R&D and investment supports with a Single Window System and an end-to-end approach.” he said.

Varank stated that they made the first call within the scope of the program in the machinery sector and that the pre-application process was completed and said:

“We received many applications for the pilot call of the Technology-Focused Industrial Move Programme. There are 153 project applications that passed the preliminary evaluation process. The total budget of these projects is 5.3 billion liras. Most of the projects involve the development of qualified machinery and benches based on R&D. “At this stage, we evaluate whether the investment applications meet the basic criteria of the program. Companies that meet the basic criteria continue to prepare their detailed feasibilities and make final support applications, including the R&D process. The deadline for these projects to submit their final feasibility is January 19.”

A new call will be made in the first half of the year

Explaining that there will be a detailed evaluation in the next process, Varank stated that there will be a holistic evaluation process that includes steps such as independent consultancy report, TÜBİTAK technical evaluation and ministry review to identify projects with high added value.

Varank stated that they plan to share the results at the end of April after this process is completed.

Reminding that the call for the machinery sector is a pilot application, Varank said, “We plan to start our new calls in the first half of the year. Within the scope of the program, we will also make calls in areas such as chemicals, pharmaceuticals, medical devices, electrical equipment, automotive, electronics and rail system vehicles, which are our other focus sectors.” We will expand.” said.

Source: https://www.aa.com.tr/tr/ekonomi/sanayide-yerlilesme-hamlesine-yogun-ilgi/1704324

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