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Sesli Tekstil’s Success and Sustainability Efforts at Hometex Istanbul 2024

Interview with Mr. Eray Del, Export Manager at Sesli Tekstil at Hometex Istanbul 2024

How was your experience at Hometex Istanbul 2024?

As the Sesli Tekstil family, we have been participating in this fair for many years, and the 2024 edition was particularly productive. We had the pleasure of hosting guests from various countries, including the Balkans, Iran, and North African nations. It was an excellent opportunity to showcase our new collection and latest products.

Can you give us a brief history of Sesli Tekstil?

Sesli Tekstil, established in 1967 in Uşak, began with wool yarn production for the hand-woven carpet and rug industry. Since 1985, we have expanded our product line to include plush blankets. Today, we operate three facilities in the Uşak Organized Industrial Zone, producing a range of home textile products such as blankets, rugs, and piques, alongside regenerated cotton yarn for other textile manufacturers.

What products do you currently offer, and what are your production capacities?

We produce acrylic and cotton blankets, rugs, and quilts, which we export to approximately 60 countries. Our production capacity includes about six to seven thousand blankets per day and nearly two to three hundred tons of yarn daily. Our fully integrated testing ensures that all yarns used in our blankets are produced in-house, maintaining high standards.

How does Sesli Tekstil contribute to sustainability and environmental conservation?

We pride ourselves on our commitment to sustainability. By producing yarns from recycled cotton, we save millions of liters of water, as well as natural gas, electricity, dyes, and chemicals, significantly contributing to our country’s economy. Recognizing the challenges posed by drought and climate crises, we continue to invest in recycled production areas to promote sustainable environmental practices.

What certifications does Sesli Tekstil hold, and how do they reflect your commitment to quality?

We hold several important certifications, including OEKO-TEX and GRS, which are recognized worldwide for demonstrating adherence to high-quality and safety standards. Additionally, we have received the European Quality Award in 1996 and the Platinum Quality Award in 1998. Our commitment to maintaining these standards ensures that our products meet world-class benchmarks.

How do you see the future of the textile industry in light of current global challenges?

Despite the current global economic challenges and post-pandemic crises, we remain optimistic. By focusing on high-quality, value-added home textile products and embracing modern, sustainable practices, we believe the industry will overcome these difficulties. Turkey’s strategic location and long history as a textile producer position us well to navigate and thrive in the evolving market landscape.

What is the significance of recycling in the textile industry, and how does Sesli Tekstil contribute to this?

Uşak has become a center for textile recycling in Turkey and an important hub in Europe. Our use of recyclable materials significantly contributes to sustainability by reducing environmental pollution, which is a major global issue. We anticipate that the use of recycled materials will continue to grow, supporting both environmental and economic sustainability.

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