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Small textile companies closing down in Turkey - Nesa Tekstil
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Aug '09
Nesa Tekstil is a modern textile company established at Denizli Organize Sanayi Bolgesi on a built up area of 12.000 sq meters and over a land area of 22,500 sq meters. It has installed the latest in textile technology at its textile mill.

The capacity of the sizing unit reaches 1,000,000 tons per month and its well known velour and yarn dyed fabrics are produced on 38 machines, 10 of which are jacquard type, in an air-conditioned weaving environment.

Nesa has a quality control laboratory equipped with hi-tech equipment that performs stringent quality control tests that match the best global standards along with a close watch kept on every step of the production process.

It exports 100 percent of its production to quality conscious countries, across three continents on the globe. Fibre2fashion spoke exclusively to Ms Tulin Akkol, merchandiser in export department at Nesa Tekstil.

We began by asking her as to how she sees her country performing in textile & garment industry these days, to which she said, “Because of the economic crises, the overall performance of the sector is going down and a lot many small capacity textile companies have closed down”.

Next we asked her the attributes of their company's products, which help's them maintain lead in overseas markets, to which she replied by saying, “We offer a very good product portfolio to our customers along with good quality, which has ensured customer loyalty for our products”.

To conclude the interview we asked her that, since recession is believed to be fading slowly, what was her take on the same, to which she said, “We are an old and established manufacturer of textiles and we believe our quality and all other attributes will help us to regain and grow faster”.

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