📩 01/06/2022 13:46
TEMSA, which sold buses and midibuses to 2021 different countries in 18, increased its exports by 144 percent. TEMSA, which is among the top 35 companies that export the most in the automotive sector, won the silver category at the "Champions of Export" award night organized by OIB.
The champion companies of 16 in the automotive industry, which has been the leading sector of Turkish exports for 2021 consecutive years, have been announced. TEMSA, one of Turkey's leading bus and midibus manufacturers, won an award in the silver category, with its successful performance in 2021, at the "Champions of Export Award Ceremony" organized by the Uludag Automotive Industry Exporters' Association (OIB) based on the data of the Turkish Exporters Assembly. The award was presented to TEMSA CEO Tolga Kaan Doğancıoğlu by OIB President Baran Çelik and OIB Board Member Altan Murat Taşdelen.
Last year, TEMSA, which sold the products it produced in Adana to 18 different countries of the world, managed to increase its exports by 144 percent compared to the previous year. Despite all the difficulties experienced in the global economy, TEMSA, which completed 2021 with a very important growth figure of 122 percent, aims to continue its export-oriented growth with new sales and deliveries this year.
“UNIT KG VALUE IN EXPORT OF ELECTRIC VEHICLES, 25-30 TIMES THAT OF TURKEY”
Commenting on the subject, TEMSA CEO Tolga Kaan Doğancıoğlu said, “TEMSA has won such awards countless times in its deep-rooted history; A brand that has always pioneered the automotive industry when it comes to exports. Now it is reinforcing its pioneering position, which it has strengthened with technology and innovation, with electric vehicles. Today, TEMSA's electric buses are on the road in very important countries such as Sweden, Czech Republic, USA and Spain. Considering that the unit kilogram value of our electric bus exports is approximately 25-30 times the average of Turkey's exports, I think that TEMSA's flagship in this mobilization is a very important step for the Turkish economy as well. As TEMSA, which has exported approximately 70 vehicles to nearly 15 countries around the world to date, we will continue to diversify our market and expand our electrification solutions in the coming period. Currently, 6 percent of our exports come from these zero-emission electric vehicles. To take this to much higher levels; In 2025, we plan to meet more than half of our total bus volume from electric vehicles.”