Mogul was first company to start Spunbond, Meltblown, SMS production in Turkey. Mogul is exporting majority of it's capacity to more than 40 countries on 4 continents on global basis. Mogul is ranked among Top 1000 exporter companies and industrial companies (for turnover) in Turkey.
Company is owned by Mr.Ekrem Kayali and his son and daugthers. who also have other companies; Gazikent Automotive A.S. Peugeot car retail sales and service station. Beytek Electric Power Production A.S., as Çataloluk HEPP and Kayali Energy Production A.S. as Çamlik HEPP and Teknar Energy Production A.S. as S.Solar Energy and Nazilli Thermal Energy Production A.S. as Yamalak Jeothermal Energy.
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Mogul headquarters and 1st plant is located on an open area of 15000 sqm and 10000 sqm under roof. Another site was built in Istanbul in 2002 for domestic sales and warehousing.(See Picture on the right). A second plant of 20000 sqm is built in Gaziantep in 2nd industrial zone at Baspinar/Gaziantep 3rd industrial zone in 2007. Approx. 220 people are employed at company on 3 sites.
Mogul operates 2 Spunlace Lines (320 cm width) 18000 mton/year, 4 PP Spunbond lines (160,220,250,320 cm widths) - 15000 mton/year, 1 PET Spunbond line (width 320cm) - 5000 mton/year and 5 meltblown lines (160cm) - total 4000 mton/year capacity. A foam coating machine, an extrusion coating line , wide width welding machine, Peva film machine.
Gaziantep city where Mogul located is an industrialized city with 1,5 million population. There are regular daily flights from Istanbul to Gaziantep. Motorways connect the city to all over Turkey and Mersin port is only two hours away from city.Mogul is managed by a young, dynamic and well educated team and organisation is developing continously in parallel with growth of company.
Mogul is honoured with "Idea 2001 Achievement Award" in entrepreneur category due to rapid growth shown in last 3 years among 40 candidates.
Mogul was first member of Edana (European Nonwovens and Disposibles Association) from Turkey in 1998 and changed borders of association.