Another Support to Dumlupınar Teknocenter

DPU FOTAM Developed Two Devices for Turkish Industry

Support from EU’s COST Program for DPU

R&D Top 250 List Has Been Announced

The 6th Summit of R&D Centres

On 20-21 December 2017 during the 6th Summit of R&D Centres which was organized by the Ministry of Science, Industry and Technology of Turkey in Ankara Trade Chamber our R&D Centre of Kütahya Factory has attained the pertinent certification.

University of Technology Photonics Technologies Application and Research Center (FOTAM) TUBITAK Teydeb-1505 University-Industry Cooperation Project

Inclusive of R&D activities hold in our university’s Photonics Technology Application and Research Center (PTARC), “High Speed Colour and Diameter Measurement System Integrated to Cable Production Line” named TÜBİTAK TEYDEB 1505 project, primarily prepared for use in cable production lines of NURSAN Cable Equipment located in same province, has been considered worthy to support by TÜBİTAK.

The application has been made as the collaboration of NURSAN Cable Equipment Ind. And Tra. Inc. , as customer organisation, and Dumlupınar Photonics Technology Application and Research Center (PTARC) and will be executed by Prof. Dr. Ahmet Altuncu (Associate in Electrical and Electronical Engineering Department & Manager of PTARC). Assoc. Prof. Doğan Aydın (The Head of Computer Engineering Department), Assoc. Prof. İsmet Çelik (Associate in Mechanical Engineering Department), and Res. Asst. Dr. Fırat Ertaç Durak will be assist as researchers. The project, which lasts 23 months in total, will also be employed as a scholarship student in two Electrical and Electronics Engineering graduate students.

At the end of the project, it is aimed to develop a photonic based sensor and measurement system to enable a precise measurement system which will have an ability to take measurements in real time cable insulation colour, diameter, and deformations in high speed that can be integrated to primarily for customer organisation of the project NURSAN Cable Equipment Ind. And Tra. Inc., as well as domestic and international cable producers’ production lines, production of the prototype, and performing field tests. The project will also have a contribution in development of the new technologies of production and sensors inclusive of the signed University – Industry Collaboration contract agreement with Nursan Cable Equipment Ind. And Tra. Inc., in structure of PTARC.

Success of the Nursan Basketball School

We are proud to announce that Mine Satık, the daughter of our employee Kadriye Satık, has been accepted to Aysel-Selahattin Erkasap Sports High School with highest ranking. It comes as an outcome of receiving the education from Nursan Basketball School, a joint project between NKD and Kütahya Basketball School since 2016.

Additionally, Abdullah Çakır, the son of another employee Hülya Çakır, has been licenced for U-15 Star categories by Kütahya Basketball Club after spending several years at Nursan Basketball School and successful performance in the league games.

We congratulate their parents and wish our students new achievements in their upcoming athletic career.

LeanProductionInforming

Lean manufacturing aims to minimize defects, stocks, scrap, customer complaints whereas optimizing production area and costs. In order to create awareness, NKD General Manager A.Kağan Yamakoğlu informed all employees on 23rd August 2017 in terms of Lean Manufacturing.

Nursan In Top 500 of Commerce

The results of 2016 “Turkey’s Top 500 Industrial Companies” have been announced by Istanbul Chamber of Industry (ISO). According to this research, TÜPRAŞ become the forerunner with 32.594.000.000 TL turnover. 2nd in the list is Ford Otosan with 16.314.000.000 TL turnover, 3rd is TOFAŞ with 12.856.000.000 TL turnover.

Nursan Kablo Donanımları San. ve Tic. A.Ş. entered the list in 327th position out of 500. The only wat to sustain and go beyond this success milestone in the near future is with the consolidation of utmost dedication of Nursan’s employees and continuous hard-work of its managers.

A simple glance to the report demonstrates the whole scale of both remarkable achievements as well as volatilities facing today’s economy. Thus, overall turnover of all 500 top industrial companies has increased by 8,8% from 450.505 billion TL to 490.043 billion TL. There are 10 Automotive OEM’s in the list while 48 new industrial companies have made their first entrance. 27 new entry companies were on the “Turkey’s 2nd top 500 Industrial Companies” list previously, while the remaining 21 companies were out of these top 1000 Company lists.

https://www.iso500.org.tr/500-buyuk-sanayi-kurulusu/2016/