Zeki Sarıbekir, the CEO of Sarten Ambalaj, said, “This loan from EBRD will help us use our resources more effectively and make our production more environmentally-friendly. We will cut down our consumption of steel sheets and plastic raw material and reduce our energy use and carbon emissions. Sustainability has always been among our top priorities.”
Sarten Ambalaj was founded in 1972 as a family-owned business. In 2015, the Japanese investment and trading conglomerate Mitsui & Co., Ltd. acquired a 15 per cent-stake in the firm.
Helping successful Turkish companies such as Sarten Ambalaj stay competitive in domestic and foreign markets is one of the ways how the EBRD is supporting Turkey’s economy.
The Bank is a leading institutional investor in the country and has invested over €11 billion in 283 projects in Turkey since 2009. The overwhelming majority of EBRD investments in Turkey are in the private sector.
Infomation and photo source: https://www.ebrd.com/news/2019/ebrd-lends-25-million-to-turkeys-packaging-firm-sarten-ambalaj-.html
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