Our firm was established in 1995 and went into production in 1997 with the main goal of expanding overseas through exports, and has taken its place among the leading firms of Turkish ceramics sector in a short period of time by following the said policy in all of its activities.
Our firm commissioned initially a plant with the capacity to produce 4,000,000 m²/year floor and wall tiles, and continued its investments uninterruptedly, doubling the ceramic production capacity in 1998, taking into operation the third firing plant with 300,000 m²/year capacity and frit production facilities with 4,800 tons/year capacity.
Of the three-stage additional facilities each having 5,000,000 m²/year capacity, the first was commissioned in April 2005, the second in 2007, and the third one is planned to be completed within 2008. Following completion of these investments, the total production capacity will reach approximately 25,000,000 m²/year. The investment made in the third firing production plant has raised the capacity of the said plant from 300,000 m2/year to 600,000 m2/year, thus enabling our firm to manufacture wall tiles with sizes ranging from 20x20 cm to 30x60 cm and floor files with sizes ranging from 10x10 cm to 60x60 cm, as well as glazed and technical granite, and to produce the sizes demanded by customers, placing our firm among the biggest firms of our country and even of the world, with both its capacity and size variety and its proven quality philosophy.
Our firm continues its activities with environmental awareness in its facilities with 75.000 m² covered area and 550,000 m² open area.
All of our products certificated by the Turkish Standards and German Saurefliesner Vereinigung E.V. are produced in conformity with the European Standards. Our firm holds TSE-EN ve DIN SFV certificates, as well as CE certificate and ISO-9001 certificate for Quality Management System.
Our firm established a 4.6 MW co-generation plant in 2002 to supply quality, uninterrupted and stable electrical energy with the aim of continuing its activities on the production lines uninterruptedly, thus meeting its own power requirement.