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Selva Gıda is on the second 500 list by ISO

13 September 20162 min reading

Istanbul Chamber of Industry (ISO) announced the 2015 results of its “The second 500 Major Industrial Organizations” research. According to this research, Selva Gıda, the food industry company of İttifak Holding, takes its place in this list of second 500 companies as in the previous years. The 2015 results of “the second 500 Major Industrial Organizations in Turkey” research by Istanbul Chamber of selvaIndustry (ISO) were revealed. Selva Gıda, which has been functioning in the body of İttifak Holding since 1988, continued to its successful track by preserving its place in the second 500. According to this research, the industrial companies in this ISO Second 500 list achieved to increase their net sales by 6,6 percent and reached to 87 billion 332,1 million liras. The production sales of 2014 up to 71,8 billion liras became 75,6 billion liras by increasing 5,3 percent with current prices. The net production sales by Selva Gıda were recorded as 115.869.596 TL in 2015. Selva Gıda improved its pasta exportation and enlarged its product portfolio. The company is the leader in Turkey in terms of branded pasta exportation since 2007. Selva Gıda started to operate with flour and pasta production; then they improved their product portfolio and became a food company which focuses on cereals. With their brand new wheat germ, oat and whole wheat pasta, the company makes a difference in the industry. Selva Gıda attracts attention thanks to its success in both domestic and foreign markets.

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