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Company Profile

Company Profile

YUNSA_SİRKETYünsa, the largest integrated worsted wool fabric manufacturer in Europe and one of five biggest in the world, was founded in 1973 and went public in 1990. HOSH owns 57.88% of the common stock, with the remaining shares publicly traded on the Borsa Istanbul stock exchange.

Yünsa started producing men’s woolen fabrics and carpet in 1973, and added women’s apparel to its portfolio in 1998. Yünsa today employs more than 1,000 people, with its weaving production operating on a 24/7 (350 days) basis. Yünsa, which produces and uses its own yarn, has a fabric weaving capacity of 12,500 km, along with an annual production of 4,500 tons of worsted yarn. Yünsa primarily manufactures 100% wool fabric, as well as wool fabrics blended with cashmere, Lycra, polyester, viscose, cotton and linen. Cloths are available yarn dyed, piece dyed and top dyed, and with a range of different finishing applications such as washable, water repellent, UV protect, self-clean and natural stretch.

Yünsa has customers in more than 50 different countries, with Germany the company’s biggest market. Yünsa is the lead fabric supplier to some of the world’s leading brands.

Yünsa has offices located in the UK, Germany, the US and China, and has agents in Spain, France, the Czech Republic, Serbia, Finland, Sweden, Canada, Russia, Japan, Brazil, Korea, Slovakia, Italy, Tunisia and South Africa. Yünsa also has design offices in Biella, Italy and Çerkezköy, Turkey. Yünsa exhibits its collections of fabrics every season at the world’s most important textile fairs Première Vision Paris, Première Vision New York, Munich Fabric Start and London Textile Fair.

While Yünsa has adopted ISO 9001, ISO 14001 and ISO 50001 Quality Standars, the Hohenstein Institute in Germany has licensed the operation with the Eko-Tax 100, which certifies that Yünsa’s products are not hazardous to environment or health. Yünsa has also accreditations from the labs of Marks&Spencer, Next and Interwoollabs.