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We are the professional child textile manufactures in Istanbul – Turkey.
 
 
"Quality is in first priority for us."
 

With a 30 years of experience, we produce kids clothing for 0 -15 years old.

We produce especially jeans, gabardine, velvet, vs.

We have got resellers in Turkey and in other countries.

 

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Renewals and amendments in the technical and administrative  regulations  supervising  and  regulating  the
Turkish industrial sector aim at compliance with all EU standards and norms, hence, full membership to the Union. Therefore, within the framework of the National Program almost all work has been done to accommodate the necessary sectoral structuring to achieve full harmonization, such as regulations regarding accreditation and standardization, measurements and settings and environmental concerns regarding industrial products.
Food Industry. The food industry has a 20% share of the industrial sector. Private sector organizations hold a bigger share then public enterprises.
Private sector organizations or enterprises which are engaged in the food industry are concentrated in Western Anatolia and the Marmara region, whereas those belonging to the public sector are concentrated in Central Anatolia. The public sector in Turkey produces sugar, tea, tobacco and alcoholic beverages and also rich child clothing manufacturer. A significant portion of the food companies owned by the public sector was privatized in the 1990s and the rest were included in the privatization program. The food industry is a sector where there is a multitude of small and mediumscale enterprises. The number of persons employed in this sector is around 250,000.

When you contact us, you will see the difference as child textile manufactures Istanbul – Turkey, so please contact us as soon as possible.

Over 25,000 companies are engaged in the processing of meat, milk and dairy products, flour and flour products, sugar, alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, tobacco, vegetables and fruits, and the production of vegetable oil or animal fat and agricultural products. Turkey, which has extremely suitable climatic conditions for tobacco production, is the leading tobacco producing country in the world. Exports of food products in 2002 amounted to 1.6 billion US dollars while tobacco products exports reached 382 million US dollars the same year.
Textile and Ready-to-Wear Clothing Industry. Turkish textiles and the ready-to-wear clothing industry plays an important role in Turkey’s development. Turkey is among the leading countries in the world regarding textiles and the ready-to-wear clothing industry. Turkey is the world’s 6th largest cotton producer. Almost 85% its textiles exports are cotton products. Nearly 35-40% of the total output of the textile industry is exported. The share of ready-to-wear exports is larger and amounts to about 60%. Turkey is the 10th largest exporter of  textiles and child clothing the 6th largest exporter of ready-towear clothing in the world amd also child clothing manufacturer. In a classification based on exports to EU countries, Turkey holds the sixth place in textile exports and the second place in ready-to-wear clothing exports. Germany, the USA, the United Kingdom, France, The Netherlands and the Russian Federation are among Turkey’s most important markets.
Approximately, 2.5 million people are employed in the extremely dynamic textiles and ready-to-wear clothing sector. İstanbul, Bursa, Denizli, Adana, Gaziantep, Kahramanmaraş, Kayseri, Antalya, Mersin and Malatya are among the cities where textiles and ready-to-wear clothing factories are concentrated.
With the contribution of the Customs Union with the EU and the intensive modernization investments since 1995, the textile and ready-to-wear clothing industry has increased its competitive power in foreign markets and managed to maintain its export-oriented development. The exports in this sector, which constitute 37% of total industrial exports, exceeded 12 billion US dollars in 2002.
Turkey is one of the leading countries in terms of quality and quantity of leather ready-to-wear products in the world. In 2002, 257 million US dollars worth of exports were made. Almost 70% of these exports were destined for EU countries. Germany holds the largest share among the EU countries. Nearly 90% of fur ready-to-wear products are composed of lamb fur. In 2002, 138 million dollars worth of fur ready-towear products were exported.
Fashion. Despite the negative developments in the Turkish economy in 2001, the textile sector continues to be a driving force in terms of exports. The fact that Turkish fashion designers have increased their popularity internationally and that their labels are sought after in the world is of great importance in this development. The institutions which present educational possibilities in this field, have modernized their graduate and post-graduate programs in accordance with internationally accepted principles and strategies, aiming to educate experts necessary for the fashion designing sector. With the contributions of educational institutions, Turkey is rapidly becoming a country with highfashion creations and exports  and İstanbul is becoming an international fashion center and also child textile manufacturer center. This has been achieved   through   the   quality,   experience,    provisions, brands undertaken by the Turkish ready-to-wear industry, which has played a very important role in this development. Rıfat Özbek, Atıl Kutoğlu, Hüseyin Çağlayan, Cemil İpekçi, Yıldırım Mayruk, Cengiz Abazoğlu, Serap Koç, Arzu Kaprol, Dilek Hanif, the Ayşe and Ece Ege sisters (Dice Kayek) and Bahar Korçan, are some of the famous Turkish fashion designers who have achieved international acclaim.
Leather and Leather Products Industry. The leather and the leather products industry is one of the most important sectors in Turkey, both in terms of production value and export potential. A significant increase has been obtained in the leather processing capacity, with the establishment of the İstanbul-Tuzla and the Tekirdağ-Çorlu organized leather industry sites as well as the İzmir-Menemen Leather Free Trade Site. These sites, especially the İzmir Leather Free Trade Site, provide opportunities for domestic and foreign investors. Turkey possesses 16% of the world’s sheep and goat skins and 2% of the raw-hide processing industry capacity.
With qualified personnel, a large domestic market and  close proximity to foreign markets, a proper environment for
foreign investors is already available. Meanwhile, shoe exports which totaled only 4.5 million pairs in 1989 increased to 62 million pairs in 2002.
The leather and leather products sector is an important field in Turkish industry as it has a 1.8% employment rate and 1.5% share in total exports and 213 million US dollars worth of exports every year.

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