Borusan Mühendislik

Borusan Mühendislik strives to preserve its quality of being a leading corporation incorporating industrial facility moving, machinery and equipment design, manufacturing, assembly and maintenance processes.

Having performed its first design and manufacturing operation under the control of Boru Sanayi A.Ş. in 1969, Borusan Mühendislik turned into an autonomous corporation of Borusan Holding as a individual entity in 1978.

Borusan Mühendislik provides services for the manufacturing and assembly of machinery and equipment needed by those manufacturers engaged in various industries and for the maintenance of other industrial systems. In addition it also undertakes shared activities with technology suppliers operating all around the world.

Today, the corporation continues its operations in Bursa/Gemlik on an area covering a total of 21,000 m², being 10.630 m² closed and 10.370 m² open.

Borusan Mühendislik provides its services in an attempt to enhance the effectiveness of enterprises, which it serves, with the vision of preserving its quality of being a leading corporation that incorporates industrial facility moving, machinery and equipment design, manufacturing, assembly and servicing-maintenance processes relating to machinery and equipment. Borusan Mühendislik aims to become corporation preferred by overseas customers as distinguished from its competitors with all of its assets and being a favorite corporation in the international arena through cooperation with suppliers from different industries.

Bülent Demircioğlu
Hakkı Sinan Yükeb
General Manager
Managing Director : Hakkı Sinan Yükeb
Founded in : 1978
Address : Ata Mahallesi 146 Nolu Sokak No:2 16601 Gemlik / Bursa
Telephone Number : 0224 270 16 70 - 71
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