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Ravini Discovered Shadow

Ravini, which has been operating since 1996 in Turkey’s most important natural stone center of productions, Balıkesir has captured a new trend with the gray marble (Shadow) that it has presented to the American, European and Middle East market.

The Actors in the Ethnic Furniture Market

Vienna, Austria – The total volume of the furniture sector in Austria is estimated to be worth 30 billion dollars. Approximately 700,000 immigrants who live in Austria constitute 15% of this market with 4.5 billion dollars. In addition to the Turkish emigrants, about 500,000 others from countries of the former Yugoslavia, such as Serbia, Bosnia and Slovenia reside in Austria.

He Couldn't Be the Bakery's Driver but Became its Boss

Vienna, Austria - Turkey, which is number one among the countries of the world in consumption of bread, also possesses the technology important in the development of the work of a baker. According to a survey done by the Turkish Public Union in 2006, the annual bread consumption, in kilo/ person,  is 71 in Denmark, 51 in Finland, 62 in Germany, 68 in Italy, 60 in the Netherlands, 58.5 in Spain and goes up to 128 in Turkey.

Sells 400 Tons of Pizza Sauce Annually

Vienna – In the Austrian capital of Vienna, just as in Germany, Turkish entrepreneurs have heavily concentrated on the wholesale food and gastronomy sectors of the market.  The wholesale food buisness is the first to come to mind in cities where Turks make up a big part of the population.  The food wholesale and retail business was born from the need to consume food suited to their own tastes.

Wedco: The Industrial Precision Cutting Tool

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Wedco High Quality Tooling, established by Edip Bay1z1tl1olu in 1991.

Vienna-
Austria’s geographically central location in Europe, at a commercial and cultural crossroads, accords advantages to businesses operating in the country.  Austria, which forms boundaries with eight contries -- Germany, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungry, Slovenia, Italy, Switzerland and Liechtenstein -- is the major supplier, particularly for the powerful industry in Germany.

Austria's Vegetable & Fruit King

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Haydar Guner,the Onur Group companies founder.

Vienna, Austria-
The story began in a small, 55 square meter greengrocery. You might be able to guess the end of the tale from its title. Haydar Güner was just 21 years old when he came to Vienna in 1985 after cutting short his university education halfway through his studies. He started off by selling retail vegetables and fruit in the oldest market in Vienna. He left that job and started to work in a cleaning company.

The Man Who Introduced Ceylon Tea to European Markets

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Ayhan Bakan, President of Orient GmbH.

Vienna, Austria-
Though it interrupted the course of politics, Turkey’s coup d’état of September 12, 1980 culminated in significant changes in the lives of many young people during those years. When the army took over the state administration, many young people preferred to go abroad to get away from the political turmoil.

The Largest Turkish Food Company in Austria: The Macro Group

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Huseyin Unal, President of the Macro Group.

Vienna –
The story of the Macro Group began in a small grocery store. Hüseyin Ünal from Yozgat, who came to Austria as a worker, met the halal meat needs of various neighborhoods in Vienna. The adventure, which started by selling the meat of 30 lambs per week, has now turned into a company with a revenue of 90 million Euro.

Berlin: The City that Introduced Doner to the World

Berlin, Germany – Some day when the history of döner is written, Berlin will undoubtedly have a special place and significance. Döner, after its introduction in Turkey, put its name on the map first in Europe’s Berlin. Berlin ranks as the European city with the highest Turkish population—a group that tops 200,000—and its district of Kreuzberg was the first place in Germany that gave Germans a taste of doner.  
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