Kadooğlu Holding's Double Pride in Capital'500
In the Capital 500 Survey including Turkey’s 500 Largest Companies, which is traditionally conducted every year by Capital, one of Turkey's prestigious economy magazines, two companies operating under Kadooğlu Holding were ranked at the top of the list.
In the Capital 500 survey, which is based on the endorsement of companies in Turkey in 2022, Kadooğlu Petrolcülük, operating under Kadooğlu Holding, rose 56 places to 156th place and Kadooğlu Yağ rose 109 places to 253rd place. Kadoil Deputy Chairman of the Board of Directors Nergiz Kadooğlu Çifçi said: “We are proud to be ranked among Turkey’s Top 500 Companies with Kadooğlu Holding subsidiaries. In the Capital 500 survey, Kadooğlu Petrolcülük rose 56 places to 156th place and Kadooğlu Yağ rose 109 places to 253rd place. These achievements are based on our power of holding, our professional team and the trust of our stakeholders. As we continue our investments, we will continue to enter the world markets with innovative products and to be among the most important actors of global markets, as well as our efforts to increase our production capacity. We would like to thank all our employees and stakeholders who contributed to this result.”
“WE WILL INCREASE OUR SALES VOLUME BY 30 PERCENT”
Nergiz Kadooğlu Çifçi mentioned that as Kadoil, they will increase their sales volume by 30 percent and continued her words as follows; “In 2023, we have taken actions to most efficiently utilize all our investments, particularly our Mersin warehouse. With the agile policy changes, we made without giving up on long-term strategies, we rose to the top 8 in the sector in the first half of the year. We aim to close 2023 with a growth of over 30 percent in sales volume. We plan to increase our growth far beyond the volume growth by creating additional incomes for both our company and our dealers with the collaborations we make in non-fuel sales. By the end of 2022, we have already welcomed 2 percent of the vehicles in Turkey at our stations, although our investments have just started within the scope of the collaboration for electric vehicle charging stations.”