Common Use Facility Projects
We establish ateliers and facilities with technical infrastructure and equipment to be utilized by businesses in the manufacturing industry, which could not have these opportunities by their own means.
Big Partnership of Small Industrials Project
The common use facility built under this project holds furniture and machinery workshops, metal analysis laboratory and auto troubleshooting system. Auto-troubleshooting system is also structured and offered as a mobile unit.
With the project the shortcomings in the machinery parks owned by small-scale tradesmen are remedied through the machinery provided at the common use facility. Business owners may bring their raw material and use a series of different machines in line with their needs, and when the cutting process is over, they complete manufacturing and assembly of the product at their workshop. There is also a painting unit with four different machines at the workshop.
Furthermore, through the training centre opened within the centre 25 people can simultaneously receive computerised technical training. The centre also offers business development consultancy and support to SMEs, 10 of which are supported in a longer term as part of the role model programme.
To ensure the sustainability of the shared facility, the needs of the potential beneficiaries are to be better met. For this, diagnostic analyses with 50 small businesses have been carried out. Manuals on business plan development and provision of services are drafted in the light of the data acquired through this analysis. Manuals covering various topics from marketing to pricing, human resources planning and costs are developed for every service unit including workshops, laboratories, auto troubleshooting systems and training centre.
+90 356 214 1399
My Bee, My Honey, My Honeycomb Project
Through the Project, a high technology facility for production, storage and innovative marketing is built in Ordu for the utilization of honey producers in the region.
The facility from which representatives of the sector nationwide can benefit, also includes internationally recognised Test and Analysis laboratories. Honey and honey products that meet hygiene and quality standards are awarded an internationally recognized certificate. Strategies are being developed to increase market share for certificated products by selling them both locally and on international markets.
Process and Analysis Centre established under the project carry out research and development studies on issues such as production techniques, honey analysis methods, product diversification and increasing hive productivity.
Diversification of bee-products and proper packaging to consumer demand are ensured through the processing, packaging and temporary storage facilities.
Through the contact points established in Giresun, Rize, Trabzon, Sinop, Samsun and Ordu questions from small regional companies are responded and their access to opportunities they wouldn't be able to reach on their own are accelerated.
+90 356 214 1399
Natural Stone Manufacturing and Marketing Support Centre in Bayburt Project
Currently in the region there are 412 quarries with a license to explore for and process natural stone. Within the project a 10,000 m² centre which houses a range of high-tech machinery and equipment is established and opened to the usage of all natural stone producers in the region in April 2017. As well as this equipment, the machinery required to carry out feasibility studies is also made available to the producers in the region.
Training and capacity building activities comprised a substantial part of this project, which have contributed to SMEs by improving their administrative structures and marketing capacities. Private consultants who provide sectoral support to SMEs that seek to be more competitive carry out this work.
The project aimed to increase the competitiveness and marketing power of the natural stone quarries and workplaces, leading these businesses to claim a larger proportion of both local and international markets.
+90 458 211 72 84 / 40 00
Strengthening the Infrastructure for Furniture Production Project (MOBITEK)
The Project fills in the gap in the production support and business development services, which are required by SMEs to transform their very own unique designs into products. The Project aims at enhancing competitiveness, productivity, marketing skills and product development capacity of SMEs, and it targets offering services to over 1500 SMEs situated in Kayseri, operating at various stages of the furniture manufacturing sector.
To respond to the high demand for solid wood furniture, SMEs of the region do need several training sessions and guidance on many topics, which include marketing and foreign trade.
The common-use facility built under the Project offered a solution for the need of a machinery park similar to the ones used by giant furniture manufacturers. With this, SMEs can now process the raw material and the end products are coming out of the production units of SMEs.
Another vital service of the facility is on "business development" processes. Training programs in marketing and foreign trade are offered to local furniture manufacturers at the new facility. The social, technical, production and communication technologies support provided to SMEs from several divisions within MOBİTEK, also ensure the improvement and sustainability of the institutional infrastructure of the facility. The project is contributing to the achievement of 2023 objectives of the Kayseri Furniture Industry.
+90 352 231 99 97
Establishment of a Common-Use Processing Facility for Industrial Forestry Products Project
A majority of SMEs owns a single processing unit of 60 square meters. Almost 90 businesses only chop up round-shaped trees to produce construction timber. Although following up new technologies, entering new markets and manufacturing new products should be among the absolute objectives of SMEs, their limited budgets would not allow.
The project, which is designed to further improve forest products manufacturing sector in the region, gather the entire process under a roof. The new facility that is open to common use, harbours all necessary tools and machinery areas, latest technologies of informatics and communication, also includes information and consultancy offices. The facility is seen as a contribution to the transformation of the local economy with efficiency based production.
The common use facility runs on the basis of orders placed by SMEs. Services such as the direct supply of raw materials, 1st class semi-product manufacturing of solid and laminated wooden materials, and technical processes on semi-products are offered to businesses placing an order by paying.
Besides providing consultancy services to SMEs in areas such as new production management methods and technical drawing, employees are also offered training on business capital management, product diversification and competitiveness. The cost of production is reduced for furniture manufacturers who benefit from the common use facility. Thus, competitiveness of businesses is enhanced, employment level is increased, and socio-economic development of the city is improved.
+90 366 214 44 40
Hand Made in Hatay Project
Hand Made in Hatay Project, which is designed to respond to the branding, design and R&D investment needs in furniture sector in Hatay, is an important investment in the region to improve the quality and capacity of the sector.
The common furniture production facilities built by the project allow producers to benefit from high-quality machinery and equipment and manufacture higher quality products more competitively.
Also functioning as a Training Centre, this facility provides consultancy and training services on developing, improving and supporting the SMEs' corporate and functional capacity. The centre also conducts promotional activities at both national and international level to help brand development for small businesses making classical furniture and assists them to expand their output. With this, Antakya is becoming a brand for classical furniture both for domestic and international markets.
+90 326 216 6800
Establishment of a Common Use Facility (Furniture and Auto Mechanics) and Small Business
A common use facility, open for all SMEs of the various sectors, is established in the Amasya Small Industrial Site. The facility has state of the art automotive troubleshooting and repair/maintenance devices as well as workshops for all kinds of woodworks ranging from design to production. The facility will also serve as a training centre.
The facility, which encourages joint effort for raw material supply and product marketing, also provides consulting and training to SMEs in these fields. Producers convert their basic furniture designs into computer-assisted drawings in the service unit. Thus hand drawings are computerised, and quality standards are maintained. Furthermore, diversity is increased by 25-30% using various colour options and designs.
Common use facility works with the principle of equal treatment for all businesses and applies one price policy for all. The unfair competition is avoided, and thanks to the user rotation system, equal opportunities are ensured for all businesses to use the facility.
The facility is expected to contribute to furniture sector in Amasya in many ways including improvement of production methods, diversity in design, branding, improved product standards and quality as well as increase in employment.
+90 358 218 43 44
Increasing the Competitiveness of Middle Black Sea Region (TR83) Project
With the project, a new service building at Samsun Industrial Site is constructed for OKA operating in the TR83 region covering Samsun, Çorum, Amasya and Tokat. In this way, OKA is physically very close to businesses when providing services. Thus companies benefit from the services of OKA with greater ease.
Additionally, within the technical assistance component of the project, training and consultancy services aiming at capacity enhancement and information technologies infrastructure improvement services are provided enabling Agency's services to be more efficient and effective.
Moreover, a Plan for Increasing Competitiveness and Internationalisation of Businesses is prepared to complement the Yeşilırmak Basin Development Plan written by the Central Black Sea Development Agency. National and international meetings and fairs are organised to encourage investment. Additionally, brochures are prepared, a website is created, and investor inquiry and investor manufacturer matching activities take place at the investment fair.
OKA has signed tens of projects in the TR83 Region, generated employment and provided all kinds of support for the development of SMEs, and it will maintain its strong support for the sustainable development of the region with acknowledgement to the improved competence of its staff.
+90 362 431 24 00
Improvement of the Shared Industrial Infrastructure of the Pistachio Processing Sector Project
Under the project, a shared processing facility of 6,500 square meters is established to reflect the pistachio potential of Siirt on the economy, and pistachio producers in the region, both wholesalers and retailers, are expected to benefit from this facility directly or indirectly. Through this installation, it is aimed to improve processing capacity and technology, product variety, marketing opportunities by enhancing the quality and increasing the local amount of processed pistachios. The facility will be capable of processing both raw and dried pistachios.
There are storage units, social areas and a training area in addition to the production lines in the facility. Producers may get the pistachios back after processing, or they may prefer to put their processed pistachios directly on the market, with a single brand and unique label.
Through a series of marketing plans and activities Siirt's pistachio brand highlighting the unique features of its variety is established. All local pistachio producers are invited to utilise this new brand.
Production quality is increased when pistachios are processed with state of the art machinery, and aflatoxin formation is prevented when correct processing and storage conditions are secured. Pistachios go through cleaning, drying, peeling, roasting and salting processes and later, through physical, chemical and microbiological analyses; and then, they are packaged in line with the expectations of domestic and international markets.
As well as improving capacities and skills of managers and employees of the Centre through a variety of courses, an SME training programme is also offered on marketing, sales, production, storage techniques and quality, food safety, environment, occupational safety, operation, institutionalisation and foreign trade.
+90 484 224 67 36
Increasing the Competitiveness of Main Sectors – Sinop Project
Sinop is a city where migration takes place due to the limited employment opportunities. On the other hand, fishery and tourism are both two sectors with great potential for the development of the region.
Through this project, planned to be implemented in the second phase of the Programme, it is aimed to increase the competitiveness of SMEs in Sinop and the nearby provinces operating in fishery and tourism sectors. Hence improvement of market and production conditions and the increase of capacity through the connection with current markets are both targeted.
Within this scope, a processing and storage facility will be established for seafood. Thanks to this facility, diversification and commercialization of seafood products will be increased.
The project will transform the region to an attraction point on seafood by adding economic value on the added seafood products and by increasing the awareness of sector stakeholders.
Within the framework of this project, tourism promotion strategy will also be prepared for the revitalisation of tourism sector, which is the other economic value of the region. In addition a SME support centre will be established. All SMEs, which operate in fishery and tourism will be able to benefit from this centre where business support services will be provided. Training and consultancy services will be delivered in order to improve the services provided by the enterprises.
Bovine Leather Processing in Uşak
Leather industry is one of the economical values, influencing the economy of Uşak province. On the other hand, for the integration of the sector to the regional and international value chain, transformation to modern production methods is a necessity, since small cattle leather cannot be processed year-round and its market value is relatively low.
Whereas bovine leather has a wider market. Therefore focusing on bovine leather processing will not only strengthen the employment conditions in Uşak, but it will also increase the market share of the province. In brief, the main purpose of the Project is to contribute to the social-economic development of Uşak province by improving the competitiveness of SMEs operated in the leather sector.
As a beneficiary, Uşak Leather (Combined) Organized Industrial Zone (OIZ), has started works for the establishment of a common use facility, covering the cost of the construction from its own budget. The facility will provide with machines and equipments that SMEs cannot afford to buy. These machines and equipments which are suitable for bovine leather processing will only be used for the production of semi products.
Within the scope of the project, a cluster will also be established for the stakeholders of the leather sector. This cluster will among others facilitate the participation in both national and international networks.
+90 276 234 00 01