With the fourth paper production line TM4 reached a capacity of 270,000 tons/year.
Dyehouse facility modernization and capacity increase investment was made.
With the commissioning of the new converting line, the converting capacity of 120,000 tons/year was reached. Digitalization projects were initiated.
With the third paper production line TM3 investment, the capacity increased to 220,000 tons/year.
With the additional investment made in the converting line, the production capacity reached 100,000 tons/year.
The status of Export Leader was achieved in the paper, cardboard, packaging and stationery products category of the Istanbul Exporters Union.
With the second paper production line TM2 and the converting line, a total capacity of 150,000 tons/year was reached.
FMCG production started. Sofia, Maylo, Berrak and Nua brands were launched.
Investment was made for a paper production and converting line with a capacity of 75,000 tons/year.
The first production line TM1 in the paper industry was established. It started operations with a capacity of 70,000 tons/year.
The campus started to produce its own energy with the energy facility established next to the factory.
Abdullah Öğücü founded Marmara Pamuklu Mensucat in Corlu and started yarn production.
His son Abdullah Öğücü established the Güneydoğu İplik Sanayi Company in Gaziantep.
Hasan Öğücü established the cotton and weaving business with his sons in Gaziantep.