Çift Kartal aims to diversify its market

13 December 20182 min reading

By exporting to almost sixty countries, Çift Kartal Mill Machines has been one of the brands that made many proud in the Turkish machinery industry. It also has become one of the leading companies in the sector with its product range and service areas. The brand has been active in many areas like the research and development, engineering, flour mills, corn flour mills, semolina mills, flour silos, grain storage systems, conveying, loading and unloading equipment, drying systems. It carries out its production at twenty-five thousand square meters of modern facilities, which of fifteen thousand square meters are closed space. So far, the company delivered more than three hundred turn-key factories in sixty countries and aimed to diversify its market. Çift Kartal has been active in Russia, Kazakhstan, Ukraine, Moldova, Uzbekistan, Algeria, Sudan, Ethiopia, Mozambique, Macedonia, Serbia, South Africa, and India.

Taking part in many fairs in Turkey and abroad, Çift Kartal attended the fair and conference organized by US-based International Association of Operative Millers between 22 and 26 October 2018 in Kenya in order to diversify the company’s market. Both invitee and participant, Cihangir Fikri Saatçioğlu, Deputy CEO of Çift Kartal Group, said that the African market will be important for Turkish companies in coming period. He thanked Ahmet Cemil Miroğlu, Turkish ambassador in Kenya, for his hospitability.

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