Karbonsan achieves salient export sales growth in pressure vessels
Karbonsan manufactures stationary and transportable tanks, semi-trailers, truck-mounted tanks, and evaporators for storage and distribution of liquefied gases such as oxygen, nitrogen, argon, carbon dioxide, LNG and LPG.
Making significant growth with export sales, Karbonsan will achieve its 2016 turnover within the third quarter of 2017.
Karbonsan, the Turkish pressure vessels and industrial plants manufacturer, has strengthened its position as a trustworthy brand both in Turkey and abroad with its R&D investments and capacity expansions.
Headquartered in Istanbul, Turkey, Karbonsan operates manufacturing and warehouse facilities in Orhangazi, Bursa, Turkey, 20 kilometres away from Gemlik, Bursa Port, where the facilities have been located on a land over 70,000 square-metres. Karbonsan is one of the leading diversified industrial manufacturers in Turkey, serving industrial gas companies, both in Turkey and around the world.
Karbonsan manufactures stationary and transportable tanks, semi-trailers, truck-mounted tanks, and evaporators for storage and distribution of liquefied gases such as oxygen, nitrogen, argon, carbon dioxide, LNG and LPG. In addition to these products, Karbonsan also produces a wide range of pressure vessels and equipment for power stations, refineries, petrochemical complexes and various industries.
Karbonsan exports its products to over 60 countries, not only the neighbouring countries, but also many remote countries like Chile, Peru, Bangladesh, Russia, Seychelles and Papua New Guines.
“The firm had been acquired by Aytemiz Group of Companies almost ten years ago. In the course of time, Karbonsan made new investments in automation lines, enriched human resources, and developed many new products. As a natural consequence of those efforts, Karbonsan has increased its turnover more than 50 percent in 2016. All the more amazing, it seems that the company will easily catch up with the 2016 turnover within the third quarter of 2017,” said Turgay Karacalar, vice chairman, Karbonsan Pressure Vessels and Trading Co.