Gulle Turkey strengthened its identity as a safe supplier

Stating that Turkey has strengthened its identity as a safe supplier with its production and export performance under pandemic conditions, TIM President İsmail Gülle said: “Turkey is the biggest candidate to become the new focal point of global supply chains, especially in the textile industry. Hopefully, together, we will exceed our 2021 target of 184 billion dollars and reach 200 billion dollars annually.

Gülle, President of the Turkish Exporters Assembly (TİM), said that the textile industry will reach its export target of 10 billion dollars by increasing market diversity with the increase in demand that will be provided by the strong recovery expected in Europe this year.

Stating that they have already started to see the benefits of the restructuring process accelerated by the pandemic in global supply chains, Gülle reported that the demand for export goods has increased in every sector and the Turkish brand has gained strength. Reminding that the textile and raw materials sector showed a fantastic performance with an increase of 29 percent and 770 million dollars in December compared to the same period of the previous year, Gülle emphasized that the sector has experienced a serious recovery since June.

Noting that the sector, which closed the last quarter with exports of 2.2 billion dollars, reached 7.3 billion dollars throughout the year, Gülle said, “We made a good start to this year in total exports and renewed our January record. Our textile and raw materials sector also made a significant contribution to this record with 732 million dollars. In January, our exports to Belarus increased by 34 percent to 28 million dollars, to the USA by 33 percent to 36 million dollars, to Germany by 15 percent to 38 million dollars,” he said.

“We are a candidate to be the new focal point in global textile supply”

İsmail Gülle stated that Turkey has strengthened its identity as a safe supplier with its production and export performance under pandemic conditions, and gave the following information: “This year, with the increase in demand that the expected strong recovery in Europe will provide, our sector will reach its target of 10 billion dollars by increasing market diversity. Although our main market is European countries, the increases in African and Asian countries show that our sector is developing market diversity. Turkey is the biggest candidate to become the new focal point of global supply chains, especially in the textile industry. Hopefully, together, we will exceed our 2021 target of 184 billion dollars and reach 200 billion dollars annually.”

Stating that Turkey focuses on exports with high-tech and value-added production, Gülle emphasized that the steps taken with this vision will increase the country’s power in global trade in the future. Reminding that quality, price, production capacity and logistics stand out for global value chains, Gülle explained that Turkish products are ahead in terms of quality in many areas.

Gülle said, “First of all, the diversity of products and sectors in industrial production and the fact that we have a developed sub-industry makes our country advantageous compared to many countries. In addition, the fact that we proved our flexible and fast production infrastructure to the whole world again during the pandemic process, and that we continue to produce regardless of the conditions, made a significant contribution to the positive perception in favor of our country.”

Source: https://www.dunya.com/sektorler/gulle-turkiye-guvenli-tedarikci-kimligini-guclendirdi-haberi-610226

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