Furniture is exported from Diyarbakır to the world

Participating in the "International Istanbul Furniture Fair", Şema Furniture Chairman of the Board of Directors Şeyhmus Çoban said that she has been working in the furniture sector since her childhood and that they have been manufacturing in-house since 2000.


İMOB-International Istanbul Furniture Fair, one of the largest furniture fairs in the world, opened its doors for the 16th time at CNR EXPO Istanbul Expo Center.


The fair, which opened its doors for the 16th time with the support of the Ministry of Commerce in cooperation with the Istanbul Trade Fairs and Furniture Associations Federation (MOSFED), one of the CNR Holding companies, brings together more than 750 exhibitors from all over the world with an area of ​​150 thousand square meters.


Established in Diyarbakır in 2000 and producing modular furniture, bed bases and beds in a total area of ​​10 thousand square meters, of which 5 thousand square meters are closed, 'Şema Furniture' has taken its place among the leading furniture manufacturers in our country by keeping customer satisfaction as a principle.


Şema Furniture Chairman Şeyhmus Çoban, who opened a stand here by participating in the "16th International Istanbul Furniture Fair" held in Istanbul in order to develop further in the sector and find new markets, said, "We come from Diyarbakır. We are a furniture manufacturer. We produce beds and dining rooms. . I have been doing this profession since my childhood. We have been manufacturing in-house since 2000. " said.


"We are gradually creating a market abroad with the effect of these fairs"


Çoban said, "We produce bedrooms and dining rooms that are needed by those who build new homes in our region. We do our job with love. About 40 people work in our factory. Our market weight is the Southeast. We are gradually creating a market abroad with the effect of these fairs. To countries such as Qatar , Turkmenistan, Bahrain , the Far East . or we started to export . We plan to develop this business. " he spoke.


"We are having difficulty finding qualified personnel"


Referring to the problems in the market, Çoban said:


"The narrowness of the market problem in Turkey. We hope to improve on this. Another problem is that the qualified personnel. We have difficulty in finding qualified staff. As you know, all of the machines were digitalized with a globalized world. When we requested the profession room for him are struggling to find qualified workers. The government work If we take a little hand, if qualified personnel are trained, we will both be comfortable and produce value added work.