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National Productivity Centre of Turkey Calls on APO2010/04/26

26 April 2010, APO Tokyo Secretariat
APO Secretary-General Shigeo Takenaka (L) welcomes National Productivity Centre of Turkey Secretary-General Mr. Kerim Unal (2nd/R), Dr. Mehmet Eroglu (R), and Mr. Rasim Yilmaz to the Secretariat in Tokyo 26 April 2010.

APO Secretary-General Shigeo Takenaka (L) welcomes National Productivity Centre of Turkey Secretary-General Mr. Kerim Unal (2nd/R), Dr. Mehmet Eroglu (R), and Mr. Rasim Yilmaz to the Secretariat in Tokyo 26 April 2010.

National Productivity Centre of Turkey (MPM) Secretary General Mr. Kerim Unal visited the APO on 26 April 2010, together with MPM Board Vice Chairman Dr. Mehmet Eroglu and Mr. Rasim Yilmaz, Coordinator of the 16th World Productivity Congress. After attending the APO Governing Body Meeting last week in Kuala Lumpur as observers, the delegates flew in to Tokyo and toured the APO Secretariat on Monday.

With hopes for opportunities to collaborate in the future, the Turkish delegation first gave a presentation on their organization and its activities. In the afternoon, they received presentations on how the APO strives to contribute to its members in the Asia-Pacific region.

16th World Productivity Congress Coordinator Mr. Rasim Yilmaz is introduced at the start of a National Productivity Centre of Turkey (MPM) presentation at the Secretariat.

16th World Productivity Congress Coordinator Mr. Rasim Yilmaz is introduced at the start of a National Productivity Centre of Turkey (MPM) presentation at the Secretariat.

Mr. Kerim Unal checks the display screen as he explains the work of the National Productivity Centre of Turkey.

Mr. Kerim Unal checks the display screen as he explains the work of the National Productivity Centre of Turkey.

“We want to extend our relations and start a new collaboration,” said Mr. Unal. “Because, you know, productivity is not something personal. It is a common responsibility, to improve the quality of life and productivity. It has been a pleasure to be here and to share. It’s been a really productive visit.”

 

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