Rockwell Automation considers USD 200-250mn investment in Turkey.

By bne IntelliNews August 23, 2012
US-based Rockwell Automation, a provider of industrial automation, power, control and information solutions, considers USD 200-250mn investment in Turkey. General manager of Rockwell Automation Turkey Cenk Ceylan said that the final decision will be made at a board meeting in the autumn while the company was in the process of identifying a location for its planned investment. Rockwell Automation may choose somewhere close to the Iskenderun Port for its investment, and the company will benefit from the governments investment incentives programme Ceylan said. The size of the industrial automation market in Turkey is USD 750mn, according to Ceylan.

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