AKSA Power Generation
Aksa Power Generation was founded as an electrical motor factory by Ali Metin Kazancı in 1968, AKSA manufactured its first generator in 1984 and became an expert in machinery and hardware for electrical energy supply in a short amount of time. In 1994, Aksa community became corporate under the name Kazancı Holding and reorganized, achieving its current structure. Aksa has been the leader of generating sets market for a long period of time and is among Turkey’s largest 200 industrial companies and exporters.
Aksa Power Generation manufactures gasoline, diesel, natural gas and marine generating sets range between 1 kVA to 3125 kVA as well as lighting towers and generator hardware in the manufacturing facilities in Istanbul (Turkey 20.000 m² of indoor space), Changzhou (China 120.000 m² of indoor space) and Louisiana (U.S.A., 10.000 m² of indoor space); as also trade center Rotterdam-Dordrecht (Netherlands 2000 m² of indoor space) has become a leader and pioneer within the sector. Aksa Power Generation aims to rank among the top three global manufacturers by 2025.
Aksa Power Generation has opened one of the largest genset factories in the world in May 2012. Aksa has secured its place among the biggest genset companies in global market with its new 120,000m² (indoor space) factory.
In Aksa China factory will be producing 24,000 units of diesel gensets annually. In addition, it has 16 test rooms which are equipped with the latest technology and have totally 25 MVA test capacity.
Aksa Power Generation exports to 173 countries 70% of its products and is among the top five global firms of the sector with 19 offices and 4 representative located in Asia, Europe, Africa and America.
Being one of the first manufacturers of natural gas generator sets of the world, Aksa Generators withholds an undisputed supremacy with respect to synchronized sets. Aksa Generators increases its investments continuously in technology to remain the pioneer of change by the manufacturing of more soundproof, environment-friendly generators with lower fuel consumption.