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Imas Machinery, one of the R&D giants

01 February 20172 min reading

Having installed turnkey plants in nearly 70 countries, Imas Machinery strengthened its leader position investing 839 thousand TL in its R&D works in 2015. Intensifying its investments, Imas Machinery will also invest 1 million 475 thousand TL in its R&D works in 2017.

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Imas Machinery which is a subsidiary of Ittifak Holding of which stocks are being traded in Borsa Istanbul exchange strengthened its leader position investing 1 839 thousand TL in R&D works in 2015. Intensifying its investments, Imas Machinery will also invest 1 million 475 thousand TL in R&D works in 2017.

Imas Machinery which is announced as one of the 250 “Companies with the Highest Spending on R&D İN 2015” that Turkishtime Magazine announced, and the only Konya-based company included in this list, ranked as 173 with 839 thousand TL R&D investment in total.

“WE ARE DEVELOPING INNOVATIVE PRODUCTS THROUGH R&D” Saying that gaining for Turkey and its people through exporting is only possible with value-added products and services; that this is only possible with innovation, Imas Machinery General Manager Mustafa Özdemir, “With this aspect, as Imas Machinery we have focused on R&D investments and projects to develop innovative products. We have invested around 3 million TL in R&D since 2013. These investments have helped us developing product quality in a short period; we were able to decrease our production costs while developing energy-efficient products, and this affected our export activities positively. Now, our R&D team consists of 10 experienced members. We are proud to be included in this list with the R&D investments we made last year. We will be included in the list with our investments in 2016 and we hope will be ranked higher with the new investment of 1 million 450 thousand TL that we will make in 2017.”

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