Hisarlar is the first company in Eskişehir to receive an IRIS certificate: Making a difference in the railway and rail systems sector, Hisarlar has completed the IRIS certificate audits and became the first company in Eskişehir to receive this certificate.
Hisarlar, whose production facilities are located in three different locations of approximately 55 thousand square meters in Eskisehir, are the partners of the world giants, is proud to receive the International Railways Standards (IRIS) certificate, which is a must for the railway sector. Rail and rail systems sector, bringing production who fortresses instead of the expectations and standards of the demand sector, by completing the IRIS certificate of inspection, the document area 15th in Turkey, was the first company while in Eskisehir. Hisarlar Group CEO Zafer Türker explained the importance they give to the railway sector. Stating that they have important goals in the railway sector, Türker said, “We attach great importance to the railway sector. Within the framework of the business plan we have prepared, we closely follow both the agricultural sector and the construction machinery sector and we set targets for these sectors ”. Stating that he has serious investments in the railway sector, Türker said, “We have optimized our various processes and made new investments accordingly in order to become a company that is audited by German Railways (DB), offers various opportunities to Rail Systems contractors with its high value-added products, and can manufacture from the world-famous Bombardier company. ”He spoke.
"WE WERE FIRST IN ESKİŞEHİR"
Without the railway sector is' International Railway Standards (IRIS) Be the first to document the areas underlined that Turkey's Eskisehir company said: "In Turkey, we do not have this document oven 15th. Like every certified company, we are included in the IRIS database of the European Railways Industry Association (UNIFE). Apart from the railway vehicles chassis and metal parts in our current production, we have the competence to produce complete finished products and in this direction, our negotiations with both existing and new customers continue. Türker said, “With the visit to ABB company in Switzerland, which we held in the past weeks, we had important meetings about different business lines within this sector. On the one hand, we have produced Tülomsas GE chassis in our facilities and on the other hand, thanks to our work with German Railways and Bombardier, we have gained competencies for many more alternative productions in this sector and we offer this to our customers ”.
Participating in Eurasia Rail, which was held for the fifth time this year, with rail systems metal parts and chassis productions, Hisarlar has important customers such as Tülomsaş, Bombardier, GE. Bombardier is the certified supplier of single source in Turkey in the first and manufacture many of the products made by the Hisarlar the German Railways (DB), approved by the state.
EURASIA STAMPED RAIL
Participating in the world's third largest railway fair in Istanbul, the International Railway, Light Rail Systems, Infrastructure and Logistics Fair (Eurasia Rail), Hisarlar's stand was the center of attention. Stating that they are proud to be a part of the fair opened by the Minister of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications, Lütfi Elvan, Zafer Türker said: “In the past years, we gave a very important place to rail systems in our 5-year business plan. In this direction, we follow the fairs closely in order to respond to our important customers in both our TURKAR vehicle and rail systems. We participated in the fair where many companies participated in 2014 with our rail systems products and had very important meetings. But this year, we took our place at the fair more readily than last year. We see it as an opportunity to be able to do business within the framework of our production capabilities with different business lines in this sector, especially after completing various standards. We believe that we can do our part, especially with regard to the current tenders and localization rates. "