BY TALIP OZTURK
Naksan Plastik, one of the largest subsidiaries of Naksan Holding transferred to the Savings Deposit Insurance Fund (TMSF) in 2016 within the scope of the Fethullah Terrorist Organization (FETO) investigation, aims to increase its turnover to TRY 2.2bn and its exports to USD 100m in 2021, according to Enis Sarilarli, General Manager and CEO. The company reached a turnover of TRY 1.5bn and an export volume of USD 58m in 2020. “We currently employ 2,100 people and our daily production totals between 350-400 tonnes on average,” said Sarilarli. Naksan Plastik was extended loans from various banks, notably the Birlesik Fon Bankasi (BFB), with the support of the TMSF. The company restarted production with these loans and rose to 184th place on the Istanbul Chamber of Industry’s Turkey Top 500 Industrial Enterprises List for 2020.