Currently in the region there are 412 quarries with a license to explore for and process natural stone. Within the project a 10,000 m² centre which houses a range of high-tech machinery and equipment is established and opened to the usage of all natural stone producers in the region in April 2017. As well as this equipment, the machinery required to carry out feasibility studies was also made available to the producers in the region.
Training and capacity building activities comprised a substantial part of this project, which have contributed to SMEs by improving their administrative structures and marketing capacities. Private consultants who provided sectoral support to SMEs that seek to be more competitive carry out this work.
The project aimed to increase the competitiveness and marketing power of the natural stone quarries and workplaces, leading these businesses to claim a larger proportion of both local and international markets.
|Project Budget||Project Owner||Implementation Area||Detail Information|
|9.3 Million Euro||Bayburt Special Province Administration||Bayburt||www.bayburtdogaltas.com.tr|