The second stop of our Konya tour was İmaş Makina, one of the leading milling machinery manufacturers. Accompanied by Imas Makina Corporate Communications Specialist Ebubekir Akbaş, we visited both the production facility and the 200-ton flour factory in Çumra, which Imas established for Torku, one of Turkey's largest agricultural industry companies.
While expressing that they have exported to 94 countries during our conversation, Akbaş emphasizes the global nature of the company. He notes that in the last two years, nearly 40 turn-key projects have been signed by Imas. Akbaş says that they are aiming to enter new markets with the demands coming from these places.
Imas Makina, which produces in 4 different sectors as milling facilities and milling machines, feed facilities and feed machines, band and circular saw benches used in metal cutting, steel construction structures, research and development, product design, product development, diagram design, system design in these sectors. engages in activities such as software and automation.
İmaş Makina is one of the companies that give importance to R&D. The company has received 21 designs and patents within the scope of R&D studies in recent years. Accelerating its work in this field, the company established an R&D center last year in order to increase its power in the sector and became the first company to have an R&D center in the machinery and equipment sector in which it operates.
Imas Makina has been producing high-tech products, effective and complete projects in the grain processing sector since 1989 under the Milleral brand. Imas stands out as a company that has gained the trust of its customers with its fast after-sales services. Viteral, on the other hand, is the brand of İmaş that carries its experience since 1989 to the feed milling sector with the production and installation of machinery and complete facilities used in the production of ovine, bovine and poultry feed.