Yakut Cam relies on LiSEC for flat glass processing

Since 2008 the company operates under the name Yakut Cam and has contributed to numerous prestigious projects in Turkey and abroad, today with its high-technology machine park and high volume output it has taken its place among the leading companies in the architectural glass processing business in Turkey

Yakut Cam is on the rise, if you become a certified producer for SISECAM insulated glass (under the brand ISICAM) you must be doing something right. Since the first years of being an authorized producer, it has taken its place among the top 10 companies every year from around 200 dealers in terms of annual production amount.

The company, which employs around 150 employees, is specialised in the production and processing of structural glass, double and triple insulated glass, shower glass and glass tables, mirrors, parapet glasses, partition glasses and insulated glass with georgian bars. The production of structural glass accounts for 70 percent of the turnover. New products and developments include quadruple IG units and large size glass products.

The cooperation with LiSEC started in 2007, Fatih Poyraz, owner of the company, said “We investigated the market in search of possible suppliers and knew that LiSEC has a very good reputation regarding machinery and software for this business. We took this reputation as the basis for our discussions with Ayhan Özgür.” But it takes more than a good reputation for the businessman to be convinced. “We wanted to sense the reputation LiSEC has in the cooperation with us in order to confirm or not.”

LiSEC was able to meet the high requirements of Yakut Cam and delivered and installed following lines and machines including the necessary software for order processing and production management: 1 jumbo glass cutting line type ESL, 1  glass cutting table base CUT, 1  jumbo size laminated glass cutting bridge type VB 60, 1 KSR for edge seaming, 1 vertical CNC drilling machine from the Schraml range of products, and 2 IG lines including sealing robots.

Mr. Poyraz added, “The situation on the market is really challenging. Not only there are many high output glass processing facilities in Turkey, but the products requested get more complex regarding both size and functionality – so many of these processors are looking for ways to increase added value in order to secure deals.”

Apart from these challenging market conditions, Yakut Cam also focuses on the realisation of goals – like, for instance, to increase the export rate up to 60 percent.
Mr. Poyraz concluded, “We are in a high speed and fast growing market that offers no room for quality compromises – in the long term only those companies will survive who invest in technology at the right time. We have done so with the most reliable partner on the market: LiSEC. High product quality and top notch service is what makes LiSEC unique.”

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