Turkish textile firm Yeşim Tekstil to create
Turkish textile firm, Yeşim Tekstil, intends to complete
their new production plant in Ağrı in next 3 years.
Once the plant is completed, it is expected to give
employment to 5,000 people, which is a part of firm’s
efforts to contribute to the revival of region’s economic
development. Reportedly, the plant is a part of the Agri
Textile City Project.
The recently held groundbreaking ceremony of the 44,000
square metre ready-to-wear plant was attended by dignitaries
including Süleyman Soylu, Interior Minister and Senol
Sankaya, CEO, Yeşim Tekstil.
While providing information on the investment, Senol Sankaya
said that the production plant is a proud investment for the
Turkish textile sector.
“As always, we will continue to be the major supplier of
world’s most trusted brands and would position ‘Made in
Turkey’ as a global brand through the dozens of brands we
work with,” further substantiated the CEO.
Yeşim Tekstil, which started in 1983, produces ready-to-wear
and home textiles for world brands.