Turkey’s New Giant Paper Facility to Spur Exports

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan inaugurated a major paper production facility that promises to cut the country’s imports, while boosting up its foreign sales.

Addressing the opening ceremony of the first inaugural phase on 15 January, 2022, President Erdogan spoke of how the Bati Kipas Paper Facility located in Soke district’s Organised Industrial Zone (OIZ) in the western Turkish province of Aydin, will end paper imports to the country, which amount to $250 million annually, and at the same time pave the way for exports worth $200 million annually.

Bati Kipas, Turkey’s biggest paper production facility will produce Kraftliner, angular white Testliner, and white Kraftliner papers used in many packaging fields. The second phase of the factory is expected to be completed by the end of 2022.

President Erdogan stressed on the important services of the giant facility that will back the Turkish economy’s green transformation, as products will be made from 100% recyclable waste paper.

He also pointed out that his country’s government does not discriminate between local or foreign investors, and stands by all those who trust and support the Turkish economy.

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