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Mr Hakan Dadaglioglu as Managing Director of Lectra Turkey
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Jan '09
Hakan Dadaglioglu MD
Hakan Dadaglioglu MD
Lectra, the world leader in integrated technology solutions dedicated to industries using soft materials—textiles, leather, industrial fabrics and composite materials has named Hakan Dadaglioglu Managing Director of Lectra Turkey. Based in Istanbul, Turkey, Hakan Dadaglioglu has been with Lectra for 12 years. He reports directly to Daniel Harari, Lectra's CEO.

Since joining Lectra in 1996, Hakan Dadaglioglu has established a successful track record of continued contribution to Lectra's growth in Turkey. During his time with the company, Hakan Dadaglioglu has built up an excellent knowledge of Lectra's solutions and customers. Various positions in technical, services and sales departments have given Hakan a wealth of experience on which to draw.

“Hakan Dadaglioglu is perfectly positioned to manage our Turkish subsidiary, possessing both technical skill and in-depth knowledge of Turkish industry, from fashion to the automotive and furniture manufacturing markets. He will leverage Lectra's customer support services to help manufacturers face the pressures of today's global economic conditions and turn those challenges into opportunities. He will focus on using Lectra's know-how and long-term international experience to support customers, ensuring optimum utilization of Lectra's added-value technology and solutions, the results of significant investment in research and development,” said Daniel Harari, Lectra CEO.

“I have complete confidence in the expertise of my team,” said Hakan Dadaglioglu. “In the Hardware and Software Support Department, for example, our people have an average experience of more than 10 years. For any project our customers implement, we are able to provide broad-vision consultancy to facilitate their strategic planning. This has played a major role in the success of Lectra's Turkey's customers, especially for those in the rapidly changing apparel market. We have a deep understanding of our customers' backgrounds and challenges. Customer satisfaction results not only from the quality of Lectra's products and the added-value of its services, but also from strong personal relationships and total commitment.”

Since its inception in 1988, the company has built up a vast reference base in the key industries of fashion and apparel, and in other markets such as automotive, furniture, leather apparel and industrial fabrics.

“Lectra has always considered Turkey to be a strategically key country,” said Daniel Harari. “That is why we invested heavily in Turkey. We knew and anticipated that the Turkish industrial markets—especially the fashion/apparel market—and its manufacturers would evolve rapidly and become more and more powerful in this very competitive environment.”

“Economic, currency, and price issues, as well as a changing international trade situation, have forced Turkish apparel manufacturers to find the right balance between an attractive and high-quality offer, and cost control. They must be ready to adopt new, innovative, and effective strategies to appeal to customers. Technology is the answer with the highest potential for immediate impact and returns on investment. Technology applied to the fashion industry is more than just a philosophy. It has now become an important and measurable competitive advantage, essential for success,” added Daniel Harari.

Hakan Dadaglioglu holds a Bachelor's Degree in Electrical Engineering from Istanbul Technical University.

Lectra


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