Turkish manufacturer enjoys 45% rise in overseas sales
Automotive Exports|August 2019
TürkTraktör, the Turkish automotive industry’s first manufacturer that is still operational, saw its overseas sales turnover increase by 45% in the January-June period, the company said in a statement.

The announcement comes as the company celebrates the 65th anniversary of its foundation. TürkTraktör manufactured some 10,056 tractors and 6,338 engines in the first six months of the year, meeting 75% of Turkey’s total tractor production.

The company, which exports tractors to more than 130 countries, increased the quantity of overseas sales by 20% to 7,562 units compared to the same period the previous year. The company had 88% of Turkey’s total tractor exports in this period.

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