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Vefa started to rise in sustainable growth
Vefa Prefabrike Yapılar San. Tic. A.Ş. registered its place on sustainable growth by taking place among 100 companies in Turkey that grow in the fastest way in the competition held under the leadership of the Turkish Union of Chambers and Exchange Commodities (TOBB).

Vefa Prefabrike Yapılar San. Tic. A.Ş., which is locomotive company of Vefa Holding, continues to be carrier of the sector. Vefa Prefabrike Yapılar that took place among the first 100 companies in Turkey that grow in the fastest way in the competition held under the leadership of the Turkish Union of Chambers and Exchange Commodities (TOBB) and in cooperation with TEPAV and AllWorld Network

 

Vefa took place among 100 companies that grow in the fastest way

Turan Koçyiğit, who is Chief Executive Officer of Vefa Holding, stated that being one of the largest Second 500 Industrial Enterprises in the last four years and taking among the first 100 companies in Turkey that grow in the fastest way is an indicator of sustainable growth with performance between the years of 2011-2013 is an indicator of sustainable growth on behalf of the Companies. Koçyiğit, stating that they are carrier of the sector especially on prefabricated structures as group and that they offer solutions in an integrated way as one of the producers having high capacity of the sector, also declared that this success provides that companies affiliated to group grow fast, makes this growth sustainable, and also provides that the sector is sustainable. Award of Vefa Prefabrik Yapılar selected as one of the first 100 companies that grow in the fast way was presented to Turan Koçyiğit, the Chief Executive Officer of Vefa Holding, in award ceremony of the competition held under the leadership of the Turkish Union of Chambers and Exchange Commodities (TOBB) and in cooperation with TEPAV and AllWorld Network. Koçyiğit received award from Ali Kopuz who is the Vice Chairman of TOBB and Murat Kolbaşı who is Member of Businessmen Conseil of DEIK (Foreign Economic Relations Board).