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Textiles and clothing industry in Turkey - Statistics & Facts

With a long history of textile manufacturing dating back to the Ottoman Empire, Turkey remains an important country in the global textile and apparel industry. In 2019, the country ranked as the fifth largest exporter of textiles worldwide, accounting for almost four percent of all exports. The industry is also still showing signs of growth, with the value of both textiles and clothing exported having more than doubled since 2000. A large proportion of the textile and apparel goods leaving Turkey arrive in locations inside Europe, with Germany, the United Kingdom, Spain and Italy ranking as the top five destinations. In 2018, these four countries together accounted for over 10 billion dollars’ worth of exports.

For Turkey’s top players, textile and apparel production is clearly a profitable business. Overall, there are around 20 thousand textile manufacturers and 52 thousand wearing apparel manufacturers in Turkey, who generate an annual turnover of around 30 billion euros and 22 billion euros respectively. Among those most successful are Gülsan Sentetik Dokuma Sanayi, Sanko Tekstil Isletmeleri, and Kipas Mensucat Isletmeleri, responsible for textile manufacturing. These companies made a respective 2.1 billion, 1.8 billion and 1.7 million Turkish lira in production-based sales in 2018. The leading apparel manufacturers in the country, meanwhile, are Hugo Boss Tekstil Sanayi and Sun Tekstil, generating 915.1 million and 914.7 million Turkish lira, respectively, in that same year.

As well as the successful manufacturing and trade industries, Turkey’s retail market for textiles and clothing is also strong. Since 2002, consumer spending on such items has increased considerably, with households spending a total of approximately 4.68 million Turkish lira per month on clothing and 605.3 million lira per month on household textiles in 2019. Given that there are over 30 thousand stores specializing in selling textiles in the country and almost 55 thousand stores selling clothing, the retail sector is also a key area for employment. In 2018, these stores employed 55 thousand and 260 thousand people, respectively.

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Textiles and clothing industry in Turkey - Statistics & Facts

With a long history of textile manufacturing dating back to the Ottoman Empire, Turkey remains an important country in the global textile and apparel industry. In 2019, the country ranked as the fifth largest exporter of textiles worldwide, accounting for almost four percent of all exports. The industry is also still showing signs of growth, with the value of both textiles and clothing exported having more than doubled since 2000. A large proportion of the textile and apparel goods leaving Turkey arrive in locations inside Europe, with Germany, the United Kingdom, Spain and Italy ranking as the top five destinations. In 2018, these four countries together accounted for over 10 billion dollars’ worth of exports.

For Turkey’s top players, textile and apparel production is clearly a profitable business. Overall, there are around 20 thousand textile manufacturers and 52 thousand wearing apparel manufacturers in Turkey, who generate an annual turnover of around 30 billion euros and 22 billion euros respectively. Among those most successful are Gülsan Sentetik Dokuma Sanayi, Sanko Tekstil Isletmeleri, and Kipas Mensucat Isletmeleri, responsible for textile manufacturing. These companies made a respective 2.1 billion, 1.8 billion and 1.7 million Turkish lira in production-based sales in 2018. The leading apparel manufacturers in the country, meanwhile, are Hugo Boss Tekstil Sanayi and Sun Tekstil, generating 915.1 million and 914.7 million Turkish lira, respectively, in that same year.

As well as the successful manufacturing and trade industries, Turkey’s retail market for textiles and clothing is also strong. Since 2002, consumer spending on such items has increased considerably, with households spending a total of approximately 4.68 million Turkish lira per month on clothing and 605.3 million lira per month on household textiles in 2019. Given that there are over 30 thousand stores specializing in selling textiles in the country and almost 55 thousand stores selling clothing, the retail sector is also a key area for employment. In 2018, these stores employed 55 thousand and 260 thousand people, respectively.

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