The teams of Tekfen, Alanar and Toros shared a stand at Interfresh. Alanar deals in fresh fruits and vegetables, whereas Toros has the major market share in Turkish fertilizer.
On the left is Serpak's export manager Yalcin Sait Sagmanligil and his team. Serpak is specialized in atmosphered packaging and export their packaging to Central and North America, as well as South Europe. In the future they hope to export their packaging to North Africa as well. Serpak will be exhibiting during the IFPA Global Produce and Flower Show in Orlando this week as well!
Ersin Aydin, Sefik Can and Mehmet Ali Can at the Canlar Fruit stand. Aydin works for HC Agriculture, which is related to Canlar and focuses on the Asian market mostly. They were very happy with the event and Sefik told us Canlar has just finished a new storing facility with 45 cold rooms, which can store 100 tons of fruit each.
The Genopack stand, they make packaging for all kinds of fruits. From bags to plastic packaging, it's all in their offering.
On the left is Kubilay Bulut, on the right is Mesut Naum Ben. They represented Nyb packaging. There packaging suits all fruits and is also exported to Israel, Greece and Poland.
Mohhammed Chuckh for Cosar Tarim. The Turkish apple traders export their apples to Libya, Kuwiet and hope to export to India and South Arabia in the near future.
Murat and Emre Kucukahiskaly of Saraylim Tarim. They export vegetables and apples to Russia, Israel, Europe and Dubai.
Sumeyye Karaaslan and Güngör Karaaslan, representing both Karaaslan and Fresh Diamond. Fresh Diamond imports the produce to the Netherlands to sell it on from there. They deal in pomegranates, peppers, tomatoes, Sultana grapes as well as pears, among other produce. They export to the Netherlands, Germany, Belgium and Sweden.
Mehmet Mutlu, export assistant for the Islek Group. They export a wide variety of fruits and vegetables to Russua, the UK, Germany and the Netherlands. In the future they hope to expand their territories towards Serbia, Bosnia. They enjoyed the event and hope to be able to exhibit at Fruit Logistica in 2023.
The Perla Fruit and Perla Laboritiories stand was always filled with people, and meetings were ongoing constantly.
In the middle is Muirat Sari, on his right is Ismail Ozondac for BRS Fresh. They export pomegranates, apples, peppers and other vegetables to Germany, Poland, Italy, Austria, France and Bulgaria.
Tekefe makes plastic crates to store or transport produce in.
Yigit Gokyigit, member of the board at UYMSIB, one of Turkey's export associations.
Vedat Olgun of West Tarim. They export vegetables to Germany and Austria mostly. Acccording to Olgun, business had been very good during the exhibition.
Selman Ozkan of Sakarya Buyuksehir proudly showing the tomatoes. They also deal in strawberries and export to Germany and Poland mostly.
Ekin Baykal of Pia Fruit. They export figs, grapes and pomegranates to Europe. Their most important market is Germany.
Brothers Said and Ali Kaya of King Karton. They create waterproof boxes for storing and transporting fresh fruit. They export their boxes to Europe, Russia, Dubai, Kuweit and other Arabic nations.
Orgun Gogen welcomes everybody at the Turkish Cargo stand.
On the right is Ymus Emre Daeli of Dogan Fresh. They export tomatoes, peppers, zuchini and cucumbers to Russia, Europe, Dubai and Ukraine.
Cigdem Ertas showcased the apples of Civril Belediyesi, as well as their apple juices.
Tuzkan and Ozgun representing Elma Pazau. The Turkish apples exporters ships their produce to Libya, Egypt, Russia, Hungary and Ukraine mostly.
The Alimela Group stand. They export apples and their most important markets are India and Libya.
The team of Erbeyler busy in a meeting
The Erbeyler stand
Demet Ozcan of Ergida. Ergida exports grapes, plums citrus, pomegranates, pears and watermelons, among other produce. Their main markets are Russia, Germany, the Netherlands, Bulgaria, Romania, Greece, Poland and Sweden.
The Isa Group stand
The Adalya stand
Satis Sorumlusu of Söker. They showcased their entire port harvesting line, Sorumlusu is standing next to a washer.
Bilge Bakirsever of Egemas. They add automation to machinery, like fruit sizers. Their solutions help apples, citrus, fig and pear exporters to remove the need for manual labor. They sell their solutions in the Turkish market, but also would like to expand in North Africa and Singapore. On the photo is a netting machine for onions and potatoes.
Another solution by Egemas, that enhances the coloring of the fruits.
The DHL stand
Aylin Umit of DSV at their huge stand.
In the middle is Mevlut Uzun, who worked for the trade fair organization, showing Jalmar Peerboom Voller (right) around the exhibition.