After it was acquired by the Koç Group in 2006, Tüpraş began
investing in technological development and transformation in
operational excellence, production efficiency, environmental
performance, and occupational safety. Tüpraş’s capex spending over
the last 11 years reached USD 5.8 billion pursuant to its strategic
investment decisions. As part of this effort, the largest one-off private
sector industrial investment in Turkish history, the USD 3 billion Residuum Upgrade Project (RUP), was completed.
As such, a large volume of imported products, particularly
diesel, were displaced by domestic production, which
narrowed the national current account deficit by some
USD 1 billion annually.
Opet bolstered its second-place position and maintained
its market share in the domestic fuel distribution sector, which
grew 8% in 2016. Serving consumers at more than
1,500 Opet and Sunpet stations, Opet aims to be the
first choice of customers in the sector with its
“Supreme Service Philosophy.” Efforts to this end
yielded significant achievements crowned with a
number of awards in 2016.
Serving Turkish consumers across the country under the Aygaz,
Mogaz and Lipetgaz brands, Aygaz maintains its competitive edge
with its extensive dealership network, strong corporate business
culture, close proximity to the end consumer along with an excellent
service quality and speed. The Company registered record-breaking
LPG sales of more than 2.1 million tons in 2016 and maintained its
leadership in the overall LPG market with a 29% market share.
With a total installed capacity of 219 MW, Entek posted consolidated
revenue of TL 302 million in 2016.
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