SINDIRGI, the insider tip for investors

Sindirgi, a small town with a population of approximately 40000 people, lies within the boundaries of Balikesir province in the northwestern part of Turkey.
Once a blooming town on the main road interconnecting Turkey’s biggest city and financial center Istanbul with its third biggest city Izmir, Sindirgi experienced a regression after a new main road between these big cities was built leaving Sindirgi beyond the high-volume traffic axis. The rebirth of this beautiful town steeped in history and surrounded by intact nature came with the discovery of its huge potentials in thermal tourism, mining and greenhouse farming in recent years. Currently, international investors from Germany, France, Italy, Greece, Egypt and Russia are investing in the region. 

 

 

Why it is worth investing in the region of Sindirgi:

Strategic location between Istanbul (POP 14.160.000), Izmir (POP 4.060.000) and Bursa (2.740.000.
2,5 hours to Istanbul and 1 hour to Izmir after completion of the Gebze-Orhangazi-Izmir motorway (expected end of 2018)
Junction point of the Tekirdag-Canakkale-Izmır and Gebze-Orhangazi-Izmir motorways after completion of Bridge over the Dardanelles
Two airports nearby, one for international flights Favorable province for national and international goods and passenger transportation by seaway with ports on the Aegean and Marmara coasts

Freight consolidation centre of Anatolia with Gökköy Logistic Village and BALO project
Powerful labor force with approx. 35% of the regional population between age 17-39
Combination of natural beauty and thermal water ideal for health & wellness tourism
Kaolin, boron, marble, bentonite, halloysite, magnesite, clay, perlite, talcum, wollastonite, gold, copper, zinc, antimony, manganese, iron, chrome, mercury, amethyst, zeolite and lignite reserves present in the region. 15% of the world’s boron reserves lie beneath this province’s soil.Sindirgi is home to the famous handmade Yagcibedir rugs, which are celebrated each year with an international festival.