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Turkish Construction Equipment and Machinery

Turkish Construction Equipment and Machinery

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INPUT Research & Communications Inc.
Turkish Construction Machinery & Equipment Sectorial Study 1
TURKISH CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT AND MACHINERY.SECTORIAL STUDY
Prepared for Spanish Embassy, Commercial Office by:INPUT Research and Communication Inc.December 2002
 
INPUT Research & Communications Inc.
Turkish Construction Machinery & Equipment Sectorial Study 2
TABLE OF CONTENTS
 
1.
 
RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN TURKISH ECONOMY..............................................................................3
 
2.
 
INTRODUCTION......................................................................................................................................4
 
3.
 
SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS............................................................................................................6
 
4.
 
ANALYSIS OF SUPPLY...........................................................................................................................9
 
4.1.
 
Local Production...............................................................................................................................9
 
4.2.
 
Imports...........................................................................................................................................12
 
5.
 
EXPORTS..............................................................................................................................................17
 
6.
 
ANALYSIS OF DEMAND.......................................................................................................................22
 
6.1.
 
Market Size....................................................................................................................................22
 
6.2.
 
Product Types and Consumption in Turkey.....................................................................................22
 
6.3.
 
Contractor Types in Turkey.............................................................................................................23
 
6.4.
 
Selection Criteria of the Suitable Equipment....................................................................................24
 
6.5.
 
Availability of equipment.................................................................................................................24
 
6.5.1.
 
Tough competition.....................................................................................................................................................24
 
6.5.2.
 
Second hand machines.............................................................................................................................................24
 
6.5.3.
 
Local manufacturers..................................................................................................................................................24
 
7.
 
MARKETING FACTORS........................................................................................................................25
 
7.1.
 
Distribution Channels......................................................................................................................25
 
7.2.
 
Wholesale and Retail Markets.........................................................................................................25
 
7.3.
 
Trade Fairs....................................................................................................................................25
 
7.4.
 
Transport.......................................................................................................................................28
 
7.5.
 
Promotions and Advertisement.......................................................................................................30
 
7.6.
 
Prices............................................................................................................................................31
 
8.
 
MARKET ACCESS................................................................................................................................32
 
8.1.
 
Trade Policy Regime......................................................................................................................32
 
8.2.
 
Customs funds...............................................................................................................................32
 
8.3.
 
Construction Contracts...................................................................................................................32
 
8.3.1.
 
Lump-sum contract....................................................................................................................................................32
 
8.3.2.
 
Unit price contract......................................................................................................................................................32
 
8.3.3.
 
Cost plus fee contract................................................................................................................................................32
 
9.
 
PRINCIPAL TURKISH COMPANIES OF SECTOR.................................................................................33
 
9.1.
 
ATLAS COPCO MAKÝNE ÝMALAT A.Þ............................................................................................33
 
9.2.
 
BÝGMAK.........................................................................................................................................33
 
9.3.
 
BMC..............................................................................................................................................34
 
9.4.
 
BORUSAN.....................................................................................................................................35
 
9.5.
 
ÇUKUROVA ZÝRAAT A.Þ...............................................................................................................36
 
9.6.
 
ÇUKUROVA ÝTHALAT VE ÝHRACAT TÜRK A.Þ..............................................................................37
 
9.7.
 
ENKA.............................................................................................................................................38
 
9.8.
 
FORSEN MAKÝNA SERVÝS VE TÝCARET A.Þ.................................................................................39
 
9.9.
 
GÜRÝÞ...........................................................................................................................................40
 
9.10.
 
DROMEK....................................................................................................................................41
 
9.11.
 
SANKO..........................................................................................................................................42
 
9.12.
 
MASTAª........................................................................................................................................43
 
9.13.
 
SÝF OTOMOTÝV A.Þ.......................................................................................................................43
 
9.14.
 
TEMSA..........................................................................................................................................44
 
9.15.
 
VOLVO..........................................................................................................................................45
 
10.
 
MIDTERM AND LONG TERM EXPECTATIONS.................................................................................46
 
11.
 
POSSIBILITIES OF SPANISH COMPANIES IN TURKISH MARKET..................................................47
 
11.1.
 
Evaluation Of Turkish Market and Possibilities.................................................................................47
 
11.1.1.
 
Mobile Equipment and Machinery........................................................................................................................47
 
11.1.2.
 
Stationary Equipment and Machinery..................................................................................................................47
 
11.1.3.
 
Future Potential....................................................................................................................................................47
 
11.2.
 
Possibilities Of Spanish Companies In Turkish Market.....................................................................48
 
11.2.1.
 
Equipment for Concrete Works............................................................................................................................48
 
11.2.2.
 
Earth Moving Equipment......................................................................................................................................48
 
11.2.3.
 
Compacting Machinery for Road & Street Construction.....................................................................................48
 
11.2.4.
 
Cranes and Lifters................................................................................................................................................48
 
11.2.5.
 
Machinery for Compressed Air, Hydraulics, Piling & Demolition........................................................................48
 
11.2.6.
 
Machinery For Processing of Aggregates, Quarries & Mining............................................................................48
 
11.2.7.
 
Truck Mounted Equipment...................................................................................................................................48
 
11.2.8.
 
Boring and Sinking Machinery.............................................................................................................................48
 
12.
 
LIST OF ALL COMPANIES RELATED TO CONSTRUCTION MACHINERY SECTOR IN TURKEY.....49
 
12.1.
 
Exporters And Manufacturers..........................................................................................................49
 
12.2.
 
Importers........................................................................................................................................70
 
13.
 
USEFUL ADDRESSES......................................................................................................................82
 
14.
 
TABLES............................................................................................................................................89
 
INPUT Research & Communications Inc.
Turkish Construction Machinery & Equipment Sectorial Study 3
1. RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN TURKISH ECONOMY
The positive expectations arising in the internal and external markets and the atmosphere ofconfidence, which emanated from the announcement of the results of 3 November 2002 elections,have brought about a fall in the interest rates, a rise in the capital market and decrease in theexchange rates. The predictability resulting from one single party government, has laid the foundationsfor a suitable atmosphere of confidence to attract domestic and foreign investors.The structural reforms that Government shall implement will establish macro economic stability,increase resilience to economic shocks, increase efficiency and competition as well as make full useof our production potential. These reforms shall be realized rapidly with the participation of allsegments of society and by taking into account the conditions of the country.The reform program of Government shall include areas such as:
 
1. Restructuring of the public sector,2. Establishment of discipline, conservation and transparency in public spending,3. Acceleration of privatization,4. Improvement of conditions for domestic and foreign investment,5. Reorganization of the financial sector and the social security system,6. Restructuring in agriculture and increasing its efficiency
 
The implementation of Build-Operate-Transfer, Build-Operate and the Transfer of Operation Right willbe revised and the problems associated with the operations of the private sector based on permissionor an agreement will be resolved in the shortest time.Regarding investments, separate framework laws will be enacted for State Aids for Investments andForeign Direct Investments; bureaucratic and administrative obstacles that investors face will beremoved and the policy-making authority regarding domestic and foreign direct investment will beassumed by one body.Local institutions and non-governmental organizations such as professional associations will whennecessary, carry out implementation of those policies.The new system, which is going to be set up, will be receptive of the views and suggestions of localand non-governmental organizations, and will allow for flexible, practical, timely and appropriateinterventions.A new branch will be set up under the State Planning Organization, which will be responsible forpolicy-making regarding State Aids for Investments, provide coordination among all institutionsregarding the implementation of state aid, evaluate the results of implementation and makenotifications to the EU. Thus, all policies will be made and shaped by one body that will also take intoconsideration development plans and annual programs. According to the results of implementation,new measures will be taken on regional and sectorial bases.Taking into consideration the EU acquits and other international obligations, tax incentives which arecurrently provided only in the scope of incentive documents, thus comprising of unnecessarybureaucratic procedures, will be provided automatically to all investments, including Small andMedium Scale Enterprises, without necessitating an incentive document, by changes in the relatedlaws.The primary objective of Government in the transportation sector is to ensure integration among sub-sectors of transport, to maximize contribution to economic growth and to create a transportinfrastructure that does not disrupt the environment. Accordingly, with a view to bringing about atransport infrastructure compatible with the expectations of the economy and social life, a transportmaster plan aiming at a balance between modes of transport will be elaborated.The Government will give special priority to develop railroads, which have been neglected for years, inpartnership with the private sector and within the framework of a modern management concept.
 

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