The opening project of Kayseri OSB, which is an important furniture production center of Turkey, has come to an end. The Turkish Trade Center project was started in Dubai with the intention of carrying Kayseri OSB’s nearly 65 years of furniture producing experience and competitive power abroad; and increasing furniture exportation.
It is expected that the Turkish Trade Center start operating towards the end of February. It was built near Dubai’s worldwide famous Palm Island in the coast of the Persian Gulf; exhibiting everything about furniture and serving almost like a mall of furniture.
Nursaçan states: “We have built a center in Dubai in a 14 thousand m^2 area that suits our country, our city. We are actualizing a fair center, a showroom that will be open from 10 AM to 10 PM.”
Nursaçan, explaining that there are over 600 hotels with astronomical capacities that are required to renew their decorations every 5 year according to their legislations, said: “There are over 100 hotels in Dubai that refurbish their furniture, marbles, curtains, carpets, chandeliers every year. We applied for this market. There are also hundreds of planes arriving to Dubai from Africa. They are in need of this as well.”
“All institutional companies, ones that are capable of representing Turkey abroad, ones that can stand by the products they made can join [the center]. We have been supported in this job by high quality companies. We have made collaborative agreements with important establishments like MODOKO (Furniture Site) and MASKO (Furniture City). It is hard to foresee anything for the first year, but for the second year I think it will contribute about $250M to the exportation of the furniture.
News Author : Erbay ŞAHİN
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