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Schenck Process open New Sales & Service Center in Turkey

03 February 20222 min reading

Schenck Process, a global market leader of selected process technologies in material handling industries, is continually demonstrating their commitment to developing new services and solutions for their customers, wherever they are in the world. One of their most recent initiatives is the opening of a brand new, dedicated Sales and Service Center in Istanbul, Turkey.

 Turkey is a country experiencing high market growth across all the industries Schenck Process operates, including cement, mining, food, chemicals and plastic performance materials. Therefore, opening a new center in Turkey will allow Schenck Process to strengthen the agility, innovation, and services they provide to these customers. It will also enable new customer partnerships to be quickly formed with local Schenck Process experts.

 The new Sales and Service Center, Schenck Process Turkey Industrial Solutions and Consultancy Ltd., is in the Palladium Tower, located on the Anatolian side of Istanbul and will officially open in January 2022.

 The investment made by Schenck Process will see significant development of sales, engineering and service teams in Turkey, all equipped with a passion for optimizing, transforming and maintaining their customer’s processes.

 Mesut Akbulut, Managing Director Schenck Process Turkey, said: “When the decision was made to open in Turkey, I personally was thrilled. Our customers trust us to deliver high levels of customer service. This investment will help us deliver the market-leading support that they have come to expect from Schenck Process even quicker and more effectively. The market in Turkey is an exciting one and to be here on the ground will enable us to be faster to market with innovation and developments.”


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