Yarns obtained from waste fabrics are exported to 54 countries

Established in an area of 80 thousand square meters, 60 thousand square meters of which is closed, in the Çorlu district of the city, and employing 235 people, Else Tekstil collects the fabric pieces produced during production in workshops and factories.

The company turns these fabric pieces and scraps into yarn in various colors after going through a series of processes in its own factory.

Şükrü Gürarı, the general manager of the company, told the AA correspondent that they produce approximately 800 tons of colored yarn and 500 tons of fiber per month in the factory.

“We had a revenue of 20 million dollars in recycled yarn”

Stating that they sent 75 percent of this yarn to Europe, South America, Africa, Central Asian countries and Russia, and that they met the domestic market demand with 25 percent, Gürarı said, “Last year, we had an income of 20 million dollars in recycled yarn. 75 percent of this was “20% was obtained from overseas exports. We aim to increase this amount.” said.

Gürarı stated that they recycle the fabrics and scraps generated during the production processes in order to reduce their environmental impact and prevent problems that may occur when thrown into nature.

“It’s not even a job to export them all”

Explaining that they export to 54 countries using sustainable resources, Gürarı said:

“We are trying to keep some of our products in our country in order to meet the raw material resources of our companies that produce textiles domestically. In fact, it is not even a job to export 100 percent. We are not expanding too much to ensure that the producers in our country use our country’s resources. Our goal this year is to add added value to the product we produce. “We plan to intensively produce fabric from yarns and export them abroad. The added value this will provide looks very nice.”

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