“We praised Küçükçalik’s world-class facilities in Turkey and Egypt. This joint venture will allow us to expand our global presence and leverage our textile extrusion technology and expertise. Fiber extrusion and textured operations offer new opportunities for research and development. Standard Textiles president and CEO Gary Heymann said in a statement that he has designed sustainable products using recycled fibers. And work with development to meet the needs of current and future customers. “
Küçükçalik is a global textile manufacturer that manufactures clothing, bedding, curtains and ornaments for the consumer market. The company opened its first weaving plant in 1990 and added a dyeing and printing plant in 1992. In 2019, Küçükçalik used advanced spinning technology to create new, sustainable yarns from used PET bottles. discarded. The company is one of the top 500 companies in the Turkish industrial sector.
Standard Textile manufactures beds, bathrooms and decoration products and serves the healthcare, hospitality and consumer markets. Made in North America, Europe, Asia and the Middle East.
“We are very happy to continue our long-term friendship with Standard Textiles and our existing business relationships as co-shareholders. This partnership will allow us to expand into markets where standard textiles exist and will bring great value to Küçükçalik. I am sure it will be done, especially strong. », Declared Yasar and Yilmaz Küçükçalik, shareholders of Küçükçalik.
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Standard Textiles, an American textile company, and Küçükçalık, a manufacturer of textiles and homewear with large companies in Turkey and Egypt, have signed a joint venture. The two companies will leverage their expertise and expertise to expand their product portfolio and accelerate growth in the healthcare, hospitality and consumer markets.
US Standard Textiles announces joint venture with Turkish Küçükçalık
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