Yünsa



Yünsa

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History of the brand
Yünsa established in 1973 and went public in 1990. In the first phase, it started to produce wool fabrics for men’s wear, in 1998; it has added women’s clothing to its portfolio.
Today, Yünsa is the largest integrated wool fabric producer in Europe and is among the world’s top five high-segment worsted manufacturers. As an organization that exports throughout the world, Yünsa has offices in England, Italy and Germany and agencies in Spain, France, Czechia, Serbia, Canada, Russia, Japan, Korea, Slovakia and Italy in order to monitor developments closely and to better follow-up its activities. Every season, Yünsa fabrics are exhibited in the world’s leading textile fairs and take place in the showcases of ready-to-wear giants.
Productivity and Activities in Turkey
Yünsa is one of the top five upper-segment wool fabric exporters in the world with its production capacity and it cooperates with many international brands. Yünsa Çerkezköy factory is one of the leading manufacturing facilities of the textile sector in the world with both its production capacity and its modern and technological infrastructure. Thread, warp and weaving, dyeing, chemical finishing processes are all carried out in Çerkezköy factory. Yünsa produces and uses its own yarn in all these processes.
Yünsa Çerkezköy factory has an annual production capacity of 4,500 tons of combed yarn, has a fabric weaving capacity of 12.5 million meters, and employs over 1000 employees in the factory. 100% wool fabrics constitute most of the production. In addition, the production is made by blending wool with cashmere, silk, elastane, cotton, linen and viscose. In addition to fabrics for men’s and women’s wear, uniform fabrics are also produced.
Export Figures & Export Countries
Turnover of Yünsa has reached 297,6 million TL from 247 million TL with 20% increase. In the Q2 of 2018, it has reached 169,6 million TL. 67 percent of this turnover has been generated through export sales.

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