Textile manufacturers operating in Aksaray Organized Industrial Zone and throughout Aksaray came together at the Textile Manufacturers Summit held with the participation of Aksaray Governor Hamza Aydoğdu and discussed the problems and demands of the industry.
Aksaray Governor Hamza Aydoğdu, Provincial Director of National Education Hacı Ömer Kartal, Provincial Director of İŞKUR Mahmut Akkuş, ATSO Vice Chairman of the Board and Aksaray Textile Manufacturers Platform Chairman Ahmet Kulak, Aksaray Commodity Exchange Board Chairman Hamit Özkök and many guests attended.
Making a statement about the program in which the demands and problems of the manufacturers in the textile sector are discussed, Aksaray Chamber of Commerce and Industry Vice Chairman and Aksaray Textile Producers Platform President Ahmet Kulak made a statement saying, “At the Textile Summit, which we organized under the sponsorship of our Eroğlu company, we met with our Textile Manufacturers in Aksaray. Our city protocol came together. Our Textile Summit, which we have organized for the 8th time, works for the sector and sets an example by producing projects. While our city was not known on textiles until 20 years ago, today it is rapidly advancing towards becoming Turkey's Textile Center. Giant Brands around the world and in our country request allocation every year to invest in Aksaray. Aksaray is in a position and potential to be at the same level as the Brand Cities of Turkey in the textile sector such as Istanbul, Bursa, Gebze and Kocaeli in the next 10 years. As the Vice Chairman of the ATSO Board of Directors and the Chairman of the Aksaray Textile Manufacturers Platform, I would like to thank our Governor of Aksaray, Mr. Hamza Aydoğdu. Our esteemed Governor has always been with our textile manufacturers and has listened to the demands and problems of our manufacturers by participating in every meeting we have organized. Aksaray Textile Producers Platform was also established with the approval of our Governor and today it carries out great works for the sector in our city. In the meeting we held today, very good decisions were taken and studies were started to address the problems of our industry producers. In this sense, I wish our meeting, which was very productive, to be beneficial, and I would like to thank our protocol members and Textile Manufacturers, especially our Governor, who participated in the program.