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Turkey is a Eurasian country that stretches across the Anatolian peninsula in Southwestern Asia and the Balkan region of Southeastern Europe. Turkey borders eight countries. Two of which are on the European continent. Bulgaria to the northwest and Greece to the west.

 

The Republic of Turkey is a democratic, secular, constitutional republic whose political system was established in 1923.

 

Turkey is a member state of the United Nations, NATO, OSCE, OECD, OIC, the Council of Europe and a candidate to join the European Union.

 

Due to its strategic location straddling Europe and Asia, and sandwiched between three seas, Turkey has been a historical crossroad between eastern and western cultures.

 

Turkey's size makes it the world's 37th-largest country. It is comparable in size to Chile, and is somewhat larger than the US state of Texas.

 

Turkey forms a bridge between Europe and Asia, with the division between the two running from the Black Sea to the north down along the Bosporus strait through the Sea of Marmara and the Dardanelles strait to the Aegean Sea and the larger Mediterranean Sea to the south.


Population: 73,193,000

 

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    While not part of the European Union, Turkey is a member of the European Customs Union since January 1996. As a result, most Turkish exports to European countries are exempt from customs duties.

Therefore, finished goods originating from Turkey, fully-assembled, semi-assembled bicycles, as well as, bikes assembled from imported parts can be exported from Turkey to Europe without paying customs duties. This process insures the merchandise can legally be labeled “Made-In-Europe”, and adds value to the bikes sold in Europe.

In a nut shell, Sektor Bikes can setup a dedicated & efficient assembly line in Turkey. All necessary parts delivered from China and Taiwan gets assembled by our experienced labor force under strict quality control.

Once it is decided by our client, how many bikes are to be sold in Turkey and how many to be exported to Europe; the relevant taxes can be calculated along with build costs based on spec sheets, and all other relevant factors including logistics.

Sektor Bikes can then put together a business plan with detailed cost savings for its perspective clients if they were to employ our services.
Bikes destined for Europe are subject to Inward Processing Relief (IPR), a procedure set by EU regulations. When the goods are subsequently exported to Europe, the VAT can be claimed back.

Consider bringing your production to Turkey, while still sourcing low priced parts from far east. If you do, Sektor Bikes can increase your profits, provide better logistics, and help you be more competitive.

We welcome companies small and large, European as well as global to partner with us to help lower their production costs, increase profit margins, increase production quotas, and be flexible in volatile markets.