ATIL-SAN AUTOMOTIVE MANUFACTURING & INDUSTRY

ATIL-SAN automotive was established in 2000, Istanbul, Turkey, to manufacture auto spare parts. ATIL-SAN Automotive belongs to the ATILGAN group of companies which is one of the largest and esteemed group of Turkey. Production facility of ATIL-SAN Automotive is set up on 7000 sq2 in Istanbul, Tuzla Organized Industrial Zone. We manufacture in accordance with ISO 9001-2000, ISO 14001-2004 and environmentally friendly conditions for FORD, VOLKSWAGEN, and MERCEDES group of cars. We have plans to have TS 16949 and Q1 certification.   With its wide range of products and distribution network which is composed of various distinguished companies located throughout Turkey(contracted OES ) and also exporting to companies abroad.

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  • Injection moulding of rubber and plastic
  • drive shaft
  • wheel cover
  • mirror glass
  • universal joint

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  • 101 - 200
    company headcount
  • 101 - 200
    Sales staff

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  • Year established
    2000
  • Site status
    Site status
    Registered office
  • Main activity
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    Manufacturer/ Producer

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  • EXW Ex Works
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  • FCA Free Carrier
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  • FOB Free On Board
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  • CFR Cost and Freight
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  • DAP Delivery At Place
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