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The developed potential of Turkish Suppliers creates competitive superiority

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Haber Eklenme Tarihi : 29.06.2017 10:37:00

Turkish suppliers make up a financially strong network that is experienced in international collaboration, and flexible in terms of meeting the requirement of different quality systems. The supply industry exports to 180 countries annually, with the value of those exports reaching nearly USD185 billion.

Dear Readers,
When we look at car exports to Europe, we see that Turkey leads Korea and Japan by a far margin. Last year, Turkey exported 700,000 cars to Europe, while Japan exported only 290,000. Similarly, Turkey is the number one importer of cars from the EU. In terms of both production and sales, Turkey is one of the important players in the European automotive industry.
OEMs in Turkey invested more than USD12 billion in operations in Turkey between 2000-2012. These investments made Turkey a key player in the global value chain of international OEMs.  The Turkish automotive industry meets, if not exceeds, international quality and safety standards. Moreover, due to its value added production approach, it is extremely efficient and competitive.
Thanks to its competitive, skilled labor force; its dynamic, high-potential domestic market; and its strategic geographic location, the motor vehicle production of 13 global EOMs in 2002 was 374,000, a figure that climbed to over 1.3 million in 2015.  This increase represents an annual compounded growth rate of around 10% for the period in question. Especially if we take into consideration the post-2008 global crisis and the fall in production numbers, we can see that Turkey’s success is remarkable.
The significant growth the Turkish automotive sector has made Turkey the 15th largest automobile producing countries in the world, and 5th largest in Europe. Turkey has become a center of excellence, particularly in the area of commercial motor vehicle production. At the end of 2015, Turkey was Europe’s number one light commercial vehicle producer, coming in 2nd and 7th place in truck and automobile manufacturing, respectively.
Turkey is not only an exceptional manufacturing center; the Turkish automotive industry has also significantly improved its skills in R&D, design and branding. At the end of 2015, it had 75 certified R&D centers belonging to its manufacturers and suppliers. Of these, 59 are TAYSAD members.
Ford, Fiat, Daimler, AVL and Segula are leading examples of companies engaged in product development, design and engineering in Turkey. Ford Otosan’s R&D center is one of the three largest Ford R&D centers in the entire world. Fiat’s Bursa R&D center is the Italian company’s only center outside of Italy providing service to the European market. Moreover, Daimler’s Istanbul R&D center serves a complementary role in the German’s company’s truck and bus production activities in Turkey.
Perhaps most importantly, compared to rival countries, Turkey has the most developed supply chain potential. There are roughly 1,000 suppliers making parts for OEMs in the country.  Most of these are mid-sized, family companies that are export oriented and open to growth and development.
Turkish suppliers make up a financially strong network that is experienced in international collaboration, and flexible in terms of meeting the requirement of different quality systems. The supply industry exports to 180 countries annually, with the value of those exports reaching nearly USD185 billion.
As TAYSAD, we invite Tier1 suppliers, and their global brands, which have carved out enormous shares of the automotive market, to take advantage of the advantages offered by the Turkish Automotive Industry. Do not hesitate to call TAYSAD (www.taysad.org.tr), the sole representative of Turkish automotive suppliers, when you have a question about anything, or you have need for assistance. We are ready to help you with anything automotive related.
Sincerely,

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