Sirang: Our Priority is to Satisfy Customers in Turkey

The Sirang co-operative manufacturing company started its activity in 1994 with the aim of producing various polyester and polypropylene yarns with a production capacity of 40 tons per year and with 12 personnel on an area of 70,000 sqm.

Sirang: Our Priority is to Satisfy Customers in Turkey

The Sirang co-operative manufacturing company started its activity in 1994 with the aim of producing various polyester and polypropylene yarns with a production capacity of 40 tons per year and with 12 personnel on an area of 70,000 sqm.

The production lines of the company, using domestic and foreign raw materials, have the capablility of producing various types of POY, FDY, DTY, BCF, TFO, LYCRA and DUCK threads in various specifications and colors. SIRANG Company, has been able to contribute in increasing the amount of foreign currency imported to the country as much as possible, besides providing domestic needs  by direct exporting  its products to Turkey, Iraq, Syria and Egypt, and indirect export (through economic sanctions) to European countries.

We interviewed with Kianoush Karbasi, Owner and Director of NewKi, the branch of Sirang company, for our Tekstil Teknoloji magazine. Karbasi giving information about the production and export company, “Sirang export has a large portion to the Turkish market. Therefor the priority is to satisfy customers in Turkey.” said.

Can you tell us about the development of your company’s since established?

Sirang established in an area of 70000 square meter on 1994. This factory had a positive influence on the life of many people in Yazd, Ashkezar and other towns around it by creating jobs for 500 personnel directly and 2500 people indirectly. Sirang can produce 72100 tons of different types of yarn annually which makes it one of the well-known yarn manufactures in the middle east. We are planning to expand our production lines to 300% of what we produce now.

 What trends are you currently witnessing in the carpet yarn industry?

Based on our sells, polyester yarns like FDY, TFO, DTY and single heater DTY are in high demands.

What is the daily production capacity of your facility?

We can produce 200 tons with 2500 colors of POY, FDY, DTY, BCF, TFO, LYCRA and cardboard spindles per day.

What do you pay attention to while making technology investments in order to increase your competitiveness and maintain your quality, what are your criteria?

Sirang quality control department measures and tests different features of the yarn such as denier, elongation, tenacity, strength, shrinkage, intermingle, oil proportion. Also some features of the yarn are monitored by visual inspection like color consistency, broken filaments, hairiness and high quality of the bobbins and yarns.

Feature of the products are tested by our experts randomly in different working shifts based on international standards and Iran’s standards. If the results do not match the standards or even customer standards, our engineers tries to find the source of the problem and even if it is necessary, the production will be stoped to solve the problem. In addition, due to variety of produced colors, our engineers are using advance machines and devices to test the consistency of colors.

All the statistics and documents for quality assurance are archived and are accessible for customers if they need them.

Certificates:

  • ISO 9001:2015
  • ‫‪ISO14001:2015
  • ‫‪OHSAS18001:2007
  • ‫‪ISO ‫‪10004:2012

Could you tell us about your worldwide sales and support network and the countries you export?

Sirang has a mess export to Turkey, Iraq, Syria, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Russia, Egypt, Tunisia directly and also indirectly to Italy and Belgium.

How important is the Turkish market for your company – and much work do you carry out in this region?

Sirang export has a large portion to the Turkish market. Therefor the priority is to satisfy customers in Turkey.

Can you give information about your 2020 targets and investments?

Sirang is working on high filament ( Micro filament ) yarn project and we hope to start producing them in 2020.

Interview: Dilek HAYIRLI

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