For British Companies Looking for a Turkish Supplier

Turkey has an ultimate goal of reaching 500 billion USD of exports volume in 2023, the centenary anniversary of the Turkish Republic. In 2013, the total export volume has been 151.7 billion USD. Hence the Government targets 12% annual increase in exports each year during the next 10 years.

Turkey’s major export products include: Textile and apparel, electronics, automobiles and agricultural products, iron and steel, machinery and equipment, furniture, mineral fuels and oil, precious stones and tobacco. However, Turkey has very diversified economy, there are several other export products that Turkish manufacturers can produce and compete with global suppliers in foreign markets.

TTI Consultancy helps British companies to find high quality goods produced by Turkish manufacturers at affordable prices. Once, you send us the export specification with the relevant HS Code, we search our database and reach Turkish manufacturers. Then we send you offers prepared by several manufacturers so that you can choose the best offer among them. We also, assist the exporter and the importer with the customs procedures and transport.

For British Companies Looking for New Buyers in Turkey

Turkey’s imports from world amounted to 252 billion USD in 2013. The major import items for Turkey included oil, oil products, electrical equipment, mechanical appliances, optical instruments, iron and steel, and pharmaceutical products. With a population of nearly 80 million and continuously growing economy, Turkey offers several opportunities for exporters from all around the world.

TTI Consultancy offers the following services for potential exporters targeting Turkish market:

  • Preparing exploratory market research reports for potential export products,

  • Finding out potential importers and arranging B2B meetings with them,

  • Assisting clients to identify capable and dependable Turkish partners and distributors with extensive distribution channels.

  • Helping clients with preparing the sales contract and determining the convenient payment method and solving possible problems or disputes regarding shipment and/or payments.