Mars Logistics's Smart Truck is on the way to Bursa

Apr 30 2019

The third stop of the “Smart Truck Smart Kids” project, which is the leading company of the logistics sector, Mars Logistics, has been conducting 2 years of basic traffic education for nearly 2000 children, was Bursa. Set out to give traffic education to primary school children, Smart Truck will visit 10 primary schools in the districts and villages of Bursa between 29 April 2019 and 3 May 2019. Bursa Provincial Directorate of National Education also supports the project, which is implemented by the company's volunteers and aims to instill traffic awareness in children.

Mars Logistics, which sets out for children with smart trucks every year during the traffic week, was Bursa this year. With the support of Bursa Provincial Directorate of National Education, the project is planned to reach nearly 1000 children during the week. Within the scope of the project, Mars Logistics volunteers who will visit 10 primary schools in the districts and villages of Bursa; traffic signs, traffic-related information, projects and equipment in the smart truck; will provide various trainings to increase the traffic awareness levels of primary school children.

We are aware of the importance of education for our country and we are pleased to contribute with our social responsibility focuses in this field for years as Mars Logistics. Mars Logistics Corporate Communications Manager Kader Özal said: “We believe that Smart Truck, Smart Children project contributes to traffic education and we are realizing every year with a different excitement. We think that traffic awareness in our children should be gained at a young age. We are excited to move the project that we carry out every year in a different province to Bursa this year. Bursa Provincial Directorate of National Education with the support of a great belief in the project will reach nearly 1000 students in Bursa. Mars Volunteers will perform fun activities with our children and make basic traffic information activities.”