The Turkish Elevator Industrialists' Federation (TASFED), which came together for the first meeting of 2022, determined the road map of the new-year. Taking action on the inconsistency in maintenance prices, which is frequently brought up by the elevator industry, TASFED decided to prepare a minimum maintenance schedule. The minimum maintenance price tariff to be prepared will be distributed to industry stakeholders as "advice" through TASFED member associations.
Within the scope of the protocol signed between the Turkish Elevator Industrialists' Federation (TASFED) and the Ministry of National Education, teachers who provide training in elevator systems came together for the third time in Eskişehir after a four-month break. Certificates were handed out to the teachers who received training on elevator assembly techniques.
Vital Elevators introduced its new homelift product at the International Elevator Istanbul Fair. Sadık Muharrem Güden, General Manager of Vital Elevator, explained the details of the electric homelift product, which has a travel speed of 0.15 m/s and can fit into very low under-well and over-well cavities. Reminding that the test, trial and certification processes of the product are continuing, Güden said, "We are planning to make our sales as the final product after a period of about six months."
Teori Engineering Elevators broke the export record to Europe in 2021. Teori Engineering, which succeeded in exceeding its export target of 60 percent, also put the capacity increase on its agenda. General Manager of Teori Engineering Elevators, İbrahim Yılmaz said that they focused on hospital and heavy tonnage elevator systems and underlined that they could increase their capacity based on the demand.
MP Yener Övünç Asansör, one of the leading companies in the elevator industry, decided to increase capital. Chairman of the Board of MP Yener Övünç Elevators, Uğur Yener said that they will go to a capital increase of 10 million TL in order to strengthen their capital against the increasing raw material prices and to meet the fund requirements.
Extending from Konya, Turkey's production base, to the world, Küçük Group achieved a considerable success in terms of production and turnover with the new factory it moved into last year. “Our production capacity has increased by 40 percent compared to the previous year, and our year-end turnover by 90 percent,” said Devrim Kılıç, General Manager of Küçük Group.
Having decided to increase its capacity, Kırıker Metal Elevators has put into use its new investment plan worth 5 Million TL for its machinery. Mustafa Kırıker, Member of the Board of Directors and General Manager of Kırıker Metal Elevators, announced that they are targeting a 30% increase in turnover.
Efelift Elevators started a green transformation movement in the elevator industry with the installation of SPP on the roof. Efelift Elevators produced 595 thousand MW of energy per year with its 450 KW installed power rooftop SPP project. It also sold 1/4 of the generated energy to the grid.
E&Q Lift, which was established in Konya with the participation of Dağ Mühendislik (DAG ENGINEERING) and managed to make a name for itself with the innovations it brought to the sector, is once again on the agenda with its robotic production move. E&Q Lift, which aims to save 20 percent from manpower with its robotic production facility, rolled up its sleeves so that 70 percent of its sales are based on exports. In the facility, which is built on an area of 20 thousand square meters, elevator production can be carried out in double shifts with the support of robotic production.
Çelik Elevators, which provides service to the sector by manufacturing cabins, doors, handicapped lifts, specially manufactured lifts and freight and vehicle lifts, in addition to sales of complete elevator systems, has raised its target. While the company aims to expand abroad, General Manager of Çelik Elevators, Talha Alperen Çelik said, "We aim to be recognized as a national and international leading global company that makes significant investments in our sector in the future."
Butkon Elevators, which created its own brand with the production of floor and cabin panels, presented its new technology Penta to the users. Remzi Oruncak, General Manager of Butkon Elevators, said that Penta is suitable for use on plaster with its 5 mm thickness and announced that they are preparing to start mass production.
Makine dairesiz asansörler için tasarlanmış ve kontaktörsüz SIL-3 sertifikasına sahip kumanda sistemi artık Türkiye’de. Bu sertifikaya sahip Türkiye’deki tek ürün.
2G Mühendislik’ten Satış ve Pazarlama Müdürü Fatih Geçgin, “Yeni kumanda sistemi, makine dairesiz asansörler için tasarlandı. Tamamen ince ve küçük tasarlanmış bir ürün. Acil kurtarma sistemi (ARD) dahil tamamını tek bir bünye içinde barındıran mono blok ve gerçek kontaktörsüz (STO) bir ürün” dedi.
While the export increase rate for the two years between 2019 and 2021 is 25% for all exports of Turkey, the export increase rate of the elevator industry for the two years between 2019 and 2021 is 29%. This success should be celebrated and everyone who contributed to the success should be congratulated individually.