Turkish Aluminium industry, as Turkey's top exporter of ferrous and non-ferrous metals with a volume of $5.04 billion and a share of 40%, has exported to 192 countries. The Aluminium products of Turkey are recognised for the expert retailers, high-quality manufacturing certified up to international standards by the biggest chain stores, competitive prices, and timely delivery, and are preferred by the leading markets in the world. With new investments and capacity increases, the industry aims to rank first in Europe in Aluminium bars and profiles.
Turkey keeps pace with the latest trends, fashion, and technologies. For more than 25 years, Turkish companies have been actively participating in the leading international exhibitions in Europe, Asia, and the USA and building the “Turkish Aluminium” brand across the world. A digital platform where the industry companies and their products are displayed every day of the year, https://turkishaluminium365.com/ provides the opportunity to make new contacts and organise meetings with companies.
(Image right: Istanbul Ferrous and Non-ferrous Metals Exporters' Association Chairman, Mr. Çetin Tecdelioğlu)
Aluminium Düsseldorf 2022, the prestige exhibition of the Aluminium industry which will be held for the 13th time in Düsseldorf, Germany, will take place with a total of 1.000 participants of whom 103 are Turkish. The exhibition shall bring together such product groups in the Aluminium industry as Aluminium profiles, semi-finished products, surface and assembly technologies, raw materials, surface technologies, recycling, metal processing, welding, cutting and automation machinery, flat-rolled products, and Aluminium applications.
Operating since 1986 and having 8.000 members as of 2022, Istanbul Ferrous and Non-Ferrous Metals Exporters' Association (İDDMİB) will attend the Aluminium Düsseldorf 2022 fair with an info booth with an area of 90 m2. İDDMİB has been operating in Aluminium, copper, kitchenware, construction, hardware, fittings, casting, and packaging industries to boost exports, diversify exported products, and increase products' competitive power. As a non-profit exporters' association, İDDMİB has conducted and participated in worldwide international exhibitions, domestic and foreign committees, URGE (clustering) and R&D projects, design competitions, and next-generation export projects such as trade365.
Commenting on the industrial importance of the Aluminium Düsseldorf exhibition, which is the prestige fair of the Aluminium industry, Istanbul Ferrous and Non-ferrous Metals Exporters' Association Chairman Mr. Çetin Tecdelioğlu said: “As you know, the Aluminium industry holds a significant place in our industry. It provides industrial input by producing semi-finished products and products. There is a growing demand for Aluminium each passing day. Its area of use is expanded by new technologies and production models, including defence, construction, and automotive industries in particular, and it gains an increasingly bigger place in daily life. Our Aluminium product exports in 2021 increased by 71% to become $5.04 billion. As of 2021, the unit price of exports grew by 19% and reached 3.97 USD/Kg. On the other hand, the volume of exports in the industry climbed by 44% and hit 1.2 million tons. The industry exports to 192 countries. In 2021, the exports to the top 10 countries were $3.02 billion. Figures demonstrate that the industry increased its exports in dollars as well as growing both the volume and the added value of exports in the last year. We regard profitability and sustainable growth as crucial points. Companies are faced with increased financing costs and raw material supplies as well as competition with local companies, especially in international markets. Initiated by the EU in 2019, the Green Deal initiative considers the Aluminium industry as one of the pilot industries. The studies are still carried out with the work groups organised for the Green Deal and the Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism. Within the scope of the Green Deal initiative of the EU, we constantly work to ensure that our companies shape all their policies based on green transformation and stay attuned to the said economic transformation. We try and guide the companies through training sessions and meetings.”
A meeting is scheduled with the participant companies on Wednesday, September 28, 2022.
Below listed are the product groups and ranks under the roof of the Turkish Aluminium industry, which stands out in the exports of the global Aluminium industry.
- The Aluminium rod profile exports of the Turkish Aluminium industry rank 2nd in Europe and the 3rd in the world with a worth of $1.79 billion as of 2021.
- The Aluminium kitchenware exports rank 3rd in Europe and 5th in the world with a worth of $267 million as of 2021.
- The Aluminium folio exports rank 3rd in Europe and 7th in the world with a worth of $474 million as of 2021.
- The Aluminium Construction Materials exports rank 6th in Europe and 8th in the world with a worth of $434 million as of 2021.
- The Aluminium vessel exports rank 3rd in Europe and 9th in the world with a worth of $25 million as of 2021.
- The Aluminium plaited rope exports rank 1st in Europe and rank 3rd in the world with a worth of $106 million as of 2021.
- The Aluminium pipe exports rank 4th in Europe and 8th in the world with a worth of $24 million as of 2021.