SOMÇELIK, entered to the equipment sector in 1968, as an individual business and Kayseri dealer of a company that produces steel bolted storage shelving, and with starting to manufacturing in 1978 switched from dealers to manufacturer.
Our company engaged in the production of steel bolted storage shelf from 1978, with the development of the retail sector in the early 1990s, our production segment shifted to market and shop equipment segment.
We moved our existing facility to Organized Industrial Zone in 1990s to a production plant of 5000 square meters where it was 500 square meters in the years Production begins.
Somçelik started new investments at the end of 2006, finished new production facilities start-up operations in Organized Industrial Zone to 20,000 m2 covered area of 23,000 square meters carried out at the end of August, 2011.
With his new facility, will continue to operate using the latest technology in galvanizing and nickel plating, electrostatic powder coating plant, metal and wood production line and additional machines, the existing plant will be used in metal and wood product manufacturing.
SOMCELIK SHELVING INDUSTRY AND TRADE COMPANY LIMITED; within two separate production plant, of 25000 m2 covered area of total 30000 m2 production facilities, with knowhow, experience, over 150 qualified staff and with modern production methods, continuing his perseverance and diligence for offering high quality products with most appropriate cost to his customers not only in domestic markets but also in abroad.
with the new settlement period, we targeted an increase in sales (and naturally in production) and as a requirement of targets, the necessary technology investments, increasing the number of regional offices from 3 to 7, establishing dealership in every province, expanding the Marketing & Sales, Production, R&D and P&D departments works is continue.
Somcelik is exporting 23 different countries (the Balkan Countries, Arab Countries, Middle East, the Far East, Turkish Republics, Russia and European Countries). As of the end of 2010 the percentage of export sales was 20 percent and aimed to increase this ratio minimum 25 percent.