Millet is expanding Turkey market on a large scale

Irfan Ö ZT ü rk, deputy manager of Xiaomi group in Turkey, said that the first stage of product development will focus on smart phones, but it will also develop and study the feasibility of other products. "We are also trying to produce TV sets," he said. As long as we have the opportunity to bring Xiaomi TV to the market at a reasonable price, we can start mass production. "
The Chinese company, which has a wide range of products and one of the leading Internet of things platforms, plans to start producing smartphones in Turkey this month. The Turkish manufacturing plant, part of the Xiaomi Salcomp partnership, has invested $30 million and is expected to produce 5 million smartphones a year.
The factory, which is located on the outskirts of Istanbul and covers an area of about 1000 square meters, will initially employ 2000 employees. The factory used to be an abandoned one, almost 90% of which have been rebuilt and equipped with the most modern production lines.
Ö ZT ü rk stressed that despite the negative impact of the epidemic on the economy, the country will continue to invest. They are trying to provide products and services to as many Turkish consumers as possible. Xiaomi's products are sold in more than 90 markets around the world. Xiaomi was listed on the Forbes Global 2000 list in May 2020, ranking 384 on the list.
On March 11, Mustafa varak, Turkey's minister of industry and technology, said that Xiaomi's smartphone made in Turkey will go on sale next month.