Kaya Group, Turkish company involved in textile sector, is planning to start textile business in Georgia. For this purpose the management of the Turkish company Kaya met the Georgian Prime Minister Irakli Gharibashvili on January 12.
The two sides discussed the investment project which is designed by the Kaya Group to produce textile production in Georgia and export it to EU markets.
They believe that the joint projects will enhance their economic relations in the coming years and will discover the new opportunities of business cooperation, said the Prime Minister Irakli Gharibashvili and expressed hope that the project designed by Kaya Group will be implemented successfully.
Garibashvili informed potential investors about the business sphere in Georgia and said that in this area Georgia holds the leading positions in the world ranking.
During the meeting the Prime Minister also drew attention to Georgia-Turkeyâ€™s close political relations.
Textile sector developed more and more every day and became successful in point of both raw material and semi product in different geographies of the world. Now it is possible to see a Turkish product in New York or Oslo. As Kaya Group, they keep running with this consciousness and quality.
As a member of Turkish textile world, their aims of top priority are production of high quality, presenting value added products and becoming a brand. The group is trying to represent Turkish textile successfully in the world market with its quality standard and service conception and continuing its operations in this direction.
Now Kaya brands are showing their self off not only in the producing countries but also in every corner of the world and they are attracting consumers with an increasing consciousness.
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