Turkey is one of the largest textiles and clothing producing countries in the world and the 6th most significant supplier in the world and the 3rd largest supplier to the EU. Turkey’s textile industry is of great importance in the European and North American textile trade. The modern industrial facilities in Turkey demonstrate the considerable growth of the textile industry in recent years thanks to the important Turkish yarn brands, fabric manufacturers and organic cotton companies.
The Turkish textile and ready-to-wear industry currently employ more than one million people. The textile industry and its supporting sub-sectors now employ a total of 1.67 million people, and this number will increase in the coming years due to additional investments and increased exports.
Turkey is one of the production centres that is taking the most advantage of the coronavirus epidemic, as it presents itself as an alternative production hub to the Chinese market. Germany, Spain, and the United Kingdom were the largest importers of Turkish fashion products during the period and by buying from Turkey, Turkish textile industry experienced an increase in exports of 4.7%, 8.7%, and 3.9%, respectively. The Netherlands, France, USA, Denmark, Iraq, and Poland are also among the leading importers of Turkish textiles.
Turkey has many advantages in textile production based on; logistics terms, source of raw materials used for manufacturing (ranks 7th in world cotton manufacturing), flexible trade policies with a highly skilled labour force, customs union agreement with the EU and free trade agreements with other countries, skilled and educated human resources, the design capacity of the manufacturers and accumulation of technical know-how. Golden Maprix is the right address in terms of textile to do your investments in Turkey