MEDICAL TEXTILE     |     WORK WEAR
Employment in constituting 25 percent of the overall manufacturing industry and 6 percent of Turkey’s textile and apparel industry is also 40 percent female employment rate in one of the most democratic sectors of our country.
Textile (in other words, weaving) is the oldest production activity in the world, consisting of the stages of making various fiber types first into yarn and then combining them in certain patterns and colors to obtain fabric and then the final product. The textile, ready-made clothing, leather and leather products sector is in close relations with each other, consisting of products that reach the consumer with the concept of fashion. In particular, the textile industry has become a part of the ready-to-wear industry by taking part in the supply chain. Both sectors are often considered under a single name as the textile sector.
The emergence of textile as an industrial branch started in England with the industrial revolution. In 1733, John Kay, a small craftsman in the weaving industry, invented a tool called the ‘Flying Shuttle’ and quickly became able to do what 7 arm power could do. From the 1750s, the demand for yarn reached its highest point in both British and world history.
The textile industry has played a leading role in the economic development of developed countries after the industrial revolution. Later, Turkey and has been a leading sector in terms of emerging economies such as China. Today, the world’s biggest textile exporter of garments in China but also most countries that export yarn in position to play a leading role in Turkey.

EXPORTS AT A CRUCIAL LEVEL
Cotton textile industry started to develop on the basis of agriculture in Turkey, which exports a significant level with the help of liberal economic policies adopted in the 1980s, has become an industry. In addition, many years of experience and knowledge of the sector, modern machinery and equipment equipped with the latest technology and creative design capacity have been the factors that increase production and export performance. increased capacity and export success caught the years, Turkey has become one of the world’s leading textile suppliers. Turkey is now the world’s 7th apparel industry, is the largest manufacturer in Europe and 3rd. The machine park established for the production of broders and guipures in home textiles is the world’s largest machinery park. Moreover, Turkey’s average export price in 2018 of 168 billion USD in cash, while exports in the apparel industry, this figure reached 1.4 USD to 18 USD. In other words, the apparel industry has become “design sells”.
As of 2018, 27 billion USD was realized as textile apparel + our exports, in 2018 16.3 percent of Turkey’s total exports of USD 168 billion, which has a share. This rate increased to 18.9 percent in 2010.
As of 2018, 27 billion USD was realized as textile apparel + our exports, in 2018 16.3 percent of Turkey’s total exports of USD 168 billion, which has a share. This rate increased to 18.9 percent in 2010.
When we look at the current account deficit, we are talking about a sector that adds value to the country’s economy as almost all inputs are produced in our country locally. On the other hand the domestic market consumption of almost outside the front in a very small percentage of imports to meet fully the sector, Textile is an indispensible value for Turkish economy.

The Turquoise Group has effective connections with local producers and cooperates with them in develeoping their export facilities to mainly European countries first then to Middle East and Africa. By now, Turquoise has been dealing in socks, work wear and medical textile.