Memnun Makina was founded in 1979 by Yunus Memnun. During the first years, the company engaged in production of spare parts for textile machinery. Then, in cooperation with a textile company, the company started producing sanding machines and jiggers for the first time in Turkey. Memnun Makina is still the only company producing these machines in Turkey. After 1990, a very different range of machines joined its production line, quite different than jiggers, dye printing system, and cylinder drying. The company also has special lines such as pad steam dyeing. Recently, it started pro- ducing teaseling machines and Memnun Makina received very good feedbacks. In fact, it machines are working in several companies in Çorlu at the moment.
Memnun Makina exports to 23 countries including Germany, Poland, Russia, Austria, Ukraine, Switzerland, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan. Kemal Memnun, General Manager of Memnun Makina said that; “When we invest, we pay attention to factors such as how much faster we can make our production. We are trying to carry out many manufacturing steps such as transforming laser and bending machines to CNC to accelerate our production. All these machines in production have a certain lifetime. In regards to marketing, we have built a representative network in many countries. Also we are renewing all our products by making investments on a constnat basis. We are aiming to have a stronger say in the world by improving ourselves.” Thanks to its R&D efforts, the company built a machine, which can be manufactured by only one company in Turkey. Also, Memnun Makina has been engaged in projects with TÜBİTAK (Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey). Four of its projects have been approved by TÜBITAK. Kemal Memnun, ” We bring in here teams trained by our own representatives and we train them here. A team emerges that can offer seamless solu- tions afterwards. Although not in every country, we did it in most countries. Now we can serve directly within the same country. For other countries, we are sending service teams from Turkey.” expressed.