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Karaman investment climate 24.09.2013
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Karaman investment climate 24.09.2013
Karaman investment climate 24.09.2013
Karaman investment climate 24.09.2013
Karaman investment climate 24.09.2013
Karaman investment climate 24.09.2013
Karaman investment climate 24.09.2013
Karaman investment climate 24.09.2013
Karaman investment climate 24.09.2013
Karaman investment climate 24.09.2013
Karaman investment climate 24.09.2013
Karaman investment climate 24.09.2013
Karaman investment climate 24.09.2013
Karaman investment climate 24.09.2013
Karaman investment climate 24.09.2013
Karaman investment climate 24.09.2013
Karaman investment climate 24.09.2013
Karaman investment climate 24.09.2013
Karaman investment climate 24.09.2013
Karaman investment climate 24.09.2013
Karaman investment climate 24.09.2013
Karaman investment climate 24.09.2013
Karaman investment climate 24.09.2013
Karaman investment climate 24.09.2013
Karaman investment climate 24.09.2013
Karaman investment climate 24.09.2013
Karaman investment climate 24.09.2013
Karaman investment climate 24.09.2013
Karaman investment climate 24.09.2013
Karaman investment climate 24.09.2013
Karaman investment climate 24.09.2013
Karaman investment climate 24.09.2013
Karaman investment climate 24.09.2013
Karaman investment climate 24.09.2013
Karaman investment climate 24.09.2013
Karaman investment climate 24.09.2013
Karaman investment climate 24.09.2013
Karaman investment climate 24.09.2013
Karaman investment climate 24.09.2013
Karaman investment climate 24.09.2013
Karaman investment climate 24.09.2013
Karaman investment climate 24.09.2013
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Karaman investment climate 24.09.2013
Karaman investment climate 24.09.2013
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Karaman investment climate 24.09.2013
Karaman investment climate 24.09.2013
Karaman investment climate 24.09.2013
Karaman investment climate 24.09.2013
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  • 1. “Investment Climate in KARAMAN” KARAMAN INVESTMENT SUPPORT OFFICE KARAMAN, 2013
  • 2. Karaman; combination of contemporary and traditional values…
  • 3. AGENDA GENERAL INFORMATION ECONOMY OF KARAMAN AND LEADING SECTORS STRATEGIC INSTITUTIONS AND PROJECTS INVESTMENT INCENTIVES SECTORAL INVESTMENT POTENTIAL FIGURES AND WHY KARAMAN
  • 4. GENERAL INFORMATION
  • 5. HISTORY OF KARAMAN B.C. 8000 nomadic life B.C. 4500 settled life Hosted many civilizations: Hittites Phrygias Byzantium Karamanoğulları Firman for Turkish Ottomans Watershed: 1989
  • 6. GEOGRAPHY VALUES Area 8.851 km² Neighboring Provinces Konya, Mersin, Antalya Population (2011) 235.000 Altitude 1033 m Agricultural Area 3.469 km² Temperature And Precipitation -12.2, 20.2 ,37.4 CO, 350 mm Main Agricultural Products Apple, sugar beet, corn, bean, wheat, barley, sunflower seed, pea, Main Industrial Products Biscuit, Chocolate, Cake, Candy, Wheat Export (2012) 278.649.000 $ Import (2012) 123.461.000 $ GDP (2011) 14.392 $ Unemployment Rate % 8,5
  • 7. GEOGRAPHY At the Centre of Anatolia… 2 hours to the biggest port of Turkey... 15 million people in 3 hours distance by land… (Ankara, Antalya ,Cappadocia) Railway connection to major cities…(İstanbul, Ankara, İzmir, Adana, Mersin) Türkiye’nin en büyük limanına (Mersin) 2 saat mesafe...
  • 8. ECONOMY AND LEADING SECTORS
  • 9. AGRICULTURE Presence and Distribution of Land Farm Lands (ha) Forest and Heathland (ha) Meadows and Pastures (ha) The Other Area(ha) Total (ha) 346.848 241.152 201.363 95.737 885.100 73% of the total area of ​346. 848 ha which is 252,584 ha irrigated area. Distribution of Agricultural Land Use Objectives Vegetable Fruit (ha) Vineyard (ha) (ha) 13.711 30.476 4.859 Field Area Cultivate d (ha) Fallow (ha) 216.219 52.450 Unused Area Total (ha) Agricultural Area (ha) 29.139 346.848
  • 10. Field Crops Production Crops Wheat Barley Cickpea Dry Bean Sugar Beet Corn Silage Corn (grain) Sun Flower Oat Clover Plantings (Ha) 80.897 43.833 17.353 12.580 8.071 13.140 7.077 6.380 Harvest (Ton) 182.544 127.662 29.176 38.888 472.444 156.619 112.624 20.335 11.654 151.531 Productivity Harvest of (Kg/Ha) Turkey (Ton) 1.947 20.100.000 2.912 7.100.000 1.681 518.000 3.091 200.000 58.535 15.000.000 14.000.000 8.544 4.600.000 2.873 1.370.000 1.826 825.512 4.000.000 Harvest of World (Ton) 696.000.000 135.000.000 11.623.787 21.000.000 250.000.000 863.000.000 38.000.000 23.000.000
  • 11. Fruit Production Fruits Apple Grape Olive Cherry Walnut Almonds Pear Apricot Plantings (Ha) 23.122 Harvest (Ton) 388.404 Productivity (Kg/Ha) 16.800 Harvest of Turkey (Ton) 2.888.985 Harvest of World (Ton) 75.635.283 4.859 41.860 8.615 4.185.126 69.654.926 1.996 2.830 1.418 1.820.000 20.000.000 1.371 9.501 6.930 470.887 2.250.000 1.253 3.774 3.012 203.212 3.423.447 900 1.877 2.085 348.781 2.362.000 492 10.450 21.240 442.646 23.896.556 205 80.000 760.000 3.834.475
  • 12. Vegetable Production Vegetables Spinach Water Melon Green Beans Cucumber Tomato Cabbage Onion Pepper Plantings (Ha) 892 1.547 1.123 893 1.798 719 960 937 Harvest (Ton) 7.408 55.323 11.630 14.603 62.676 14.269 12.657 10.295 Productive (Kg/Ha) 8.304 35.761 10.356 16.353 34.859 19.845 13.184 10.987 Harvest of Turkey (Ton) 222.225 4.022.296 621.036 1.741.878 11.350.000 481.511 1.735.857 2.042.360 Harvest of World (Ton) 21.005.505 104.472.354 16.974.983 65.334.911 159.023.383 68.840.531 85.375.125 29.939.029
  • 13. LIVESTOCK 45.996 429.324 2.663 Turkey (Number) 14.042.347 35.782.519 378.000 World (Number) 1.595.174.555 1.919.242.817 1.243.949 46.245 257.505.341 6.348.009 19.939.329.000 65.381.948 Karaman (Number) Type Bovine Total Sheep and Goats Horse + Donkey Poultry Apiculture Hives Livestock Production Type Red Meat (Ton) Milk (Ton) Honey (Ton) Harvest of Karaman 4.705 Harvest of Turkey 916.000 Harvest of World 297.221.758 118.000 17.401.262 727.052.012 632 1.535.194 Fisheries(Ton) Egg (Ton) 2.917 309.000 .000 adet 89.162 160.933 810.000.000 63.575.115.000
  • 14. INDUSTRY ~200 Registered Large Sized Entreprices (>25 mil. Rev.) Sectoral Distribution 160 Entreprices with +10 Labours % 32 Food % 13 Mining (excluding coal and lignite) % 9 Forestry % 8 Machine and Equipment % 5 Plastic and Rubber % 5 Ametalic minerals % 4 Chemicals % 4 Furniture % 4 Coal and Lignite % 3 Paper % 3 Electronical Equipment % 2 Textile % 2 Metal Products (excluding machine and equipments) % 2 Main metal industry % 4 Others
  • 15. Manufacturing Industry Capacity for Food and Beverage Sector NACE Agriculture, forestry and fishing Rev.2-TR Current Industry Status Company 10Manufacture of food products 11963 14519 18902 Manufacture of fruit and vegetable juice Processing and preserving of fruit and vegetables which are not elsewhere classified (Onion) Jams, fruit jellies, puree and pastes of fruits or nut Manufacture of cheese and milk processing Butter and milk based products, can be spreaded Cheese and curd Yoghurt and other fermented or acidified milk or cream 22555Milled grain products and vegetables Wheat or Meslin Flour Breakfast cereals and other cereal grain products made ​from cereals Bran, sharps and other residues (the rest of cereals) Capacity Productio n Employme nt Turkey 217 .000 t Liter/Kg 2 2.736.000 Liter 49.469 t 275 2 6.403.000 Kg 100 4 13.300 t 4.446 4 13 24.624.000 Liter 35.989.935 Kg 1.345 t 25.000 t 6 16 475.403 t 772 351 372 91.000 t 783.000 t 20.000 t 361 2.179.000 t 28 653.709.000 Kg 1.339 10 336.000 t 206 26.000.000 t 9 93.000 t 279 2.770.000 t 13 120.000 t 272 8.890.000 t
  • 16. Manufacturing Industry Capacity for Food and Beverage Sector NAC E Agriculture, forestry and fishing Rev. 2-TR 10Manufacture of food products 26207Manufacture of Bread, fresh pastry goods and cakes Fresh pastry goods , patty and cakes Manufacture of rusks and biscuits; manufacture of preserved 26573 pastry goods and cakes Crispbread, rusks, toasted bread and similar toasted products Gingerbread and similar products, sweet biscuits, waffles and wafers Other dry or preserved bakery products 26938Macaroni, noodles, couscous and similar floury products 30225Cocoa, chocolate and sugar confectionery (Tahini Halva) Chocolate and food preparations containing cocoa, in bulk (except sweetened cocoa powder and white chocolate) Chocolate and food preparations containing cocoa (except sweetened cocoa powder , white chocolate and products in bulk) Sugar confectionery (including white chocolate), not containing cocoa 33512Manufacture of prepared feeds for farm animals 11 Manufacture of beverages 41285 Distilling, rectifying and blending of Alcoholic beverages Current Industry Status Com pany 14 9 Capacity Liter/Kg 41.565.418 Kg 74.000 t Employ ment 4.178 9.134 Production Turkiye 360.000 t 58 200.997.118 Kg 13.335 5 7.882 t 3489 55.889 t 17 239.801 t 10.596 481.717 t 10.219 1.572.000 pieces 1 40 51.737.611 pieces 66.707.000 Kg 94.263.681 Kg 8 26.350 t 9.375 39.775 t 8 47.000 t 9.981 730.000 t 9 31.000 t 5.546 841.000 13 194.000 t Liter 4.300.000 267 26.745.000t 33 155.000.000 12 1 130 11.803
  • 17. Manufacturing Industry Sector Capacities for Some Other Sectors NACE Rev.2- Agriculture, forestry and fishing TR 16 Current Industry Status Comp any Manufacture of wood and of products of wood and cork, except furniture; manufacture of articles of straw and plaiting materials Employ ment Capacity 3 Production Turkiye 2 m /m /Kg/Piec es Sawmilling and planing Timber (thickness> 6 mm, sawn or chipped lengthwise, sliced ​or peeled);Wooden made railway or tramway traverses Manufacture of other builders' carpentry and joinery Windows, doors with windows (French windows), and their frames, doors and their frames and thresholds (made ​of wood) 2 2 4 145.800 m 74 4.000.000 m 5 36.696 Pieces 124 70.000.000 pieces 16.22 Manufacture of assembled parquet floors 9 3.110.400 m 16.24 Manufacture of wooden containers 8 2 159 590.840 Pieces 17 Manufacture of paper and paper products 41625 Manufacture of paper and paperboard 28.93 Food, beverage and tobacco processing machinery manufacturing 2 32 1.184.600 Kg Kg 40.476.000 Kg 2.123 Pieces 138 130 386 115.000.000 2 m 359,189,954 kg
  • 18. Istanbul Chamber of Industry's Top 500 and Second 500 Industrial Enterprise Survey TOP 500 2012 COMPANY 120 BİSKOT BISCUITS INDUSTRY AND TRADE CO. 254 BİFA BISCUITS AND FOOD INDUSTRY CO. 454 ŞİMŞEK BISCUITS AND FOOD INDUSTRY CO. 2011 SECOND 500 253 ANI BISCUITS AND FOOD INDUSTRY CO. Top 1000 Exporter Company List (Karaman Province) AGS – ANADOLU FOOD INDUSTRY AND 423 TRADE CO. 2012 Sectorel Export Company 21 26 39 40 66 Not joining to the Research ANI BISCUITS AND FOOD INDUSTRY CO. ŞİMŞEK BISCUITS AND FOOD INDUSTRY CO. BİFA BISCUITS AND FOOD INDUSTRY CO. HAZAL BISCUITS AND FOOD INDUSTRY CO.
  • 19. FOREIGN TRADE PERFORMANCE KARAMAN NUMBER OF EXPORTER COMPANIES 2008 63 Years 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2009 86 2010 83 2011 79 2012 70 Export (1.000 $) Import (1.000 $) 63.028 89.532 126.677 158.382 145.701 176.694 231.719 278.649 23.905 41.911 60.251 49.377 43.297 92.033 120.882 123.461 2013 78 Balance of trade(%) 164 114 110 221 237 92 92 126
  • 20. Top Export and Import Countries (2012) No 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 No 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Export Value % Country (1000$) IRAQ 19,5 5.297 SYRIA 12,0 3.275 YEMEN 6,2 1.687 ALGERIA 5,5 1.494 S.ARABIA 4,8 1.297 KAZAKHSTAN 4,7 1.284 LIBYA 4,4 1.204 JORDAN 4,3 1.182 Import Country Russia F China Indonesia Italy Malaysia S.Africa R. Kazakhstan Germany % 25 12 11 9 7 6 5 3 Value (1000$) 30.329 14.253 13.672 11.029 8.323 8.016 6.365 3.935
  • 21. MINE SECTOR Mine Type County Village Location Aluminum Ayrancı Gerdekkirse Iron Ermenek Ermenek Lead-Zinc Ermenek Barite Bentonite Kaolen Magnesite Merkez Ermenek Magnesite Kazımkarabekir Reserve Kazancı Sarıvadi Iron Grade Quality Kazımkarabekir SiO2:%2,2 Fe2O3:%31 TiO2:%3,4 1.000.000 t. Probable 2.000.000 t. Kazancı Fe:%3-50 Visible 60.000 t. Göktepe Mevliat mezar Pb: %3,85 Cd: %0,01 Ağaçoba Village Esentepe Village Kasımoğlu Location. Sodur (Sinci) Deveyatağı Kızılkırtepe Gökyataktepe Erentepe (Sodur) Other Information The Ore Mineral is diasporit, but the field was abandoned. Reserve can be used as refractory and abrasive. Iron mineralization, as well as Chromite and titanium are also seen. Ore minerals are limonite and hematite.The production were active at the old years. The mineralization is settled at the weak zones of galena and sphalerite. Inadequate Investigation Inadequate Investigation BaO: %62 Appear MgO: %46,6 SiO2: %1,68 CaO: %1,35 Probable 3.480.000 t. Visible 197.500 t. Filoniyel-type mineralization in serpentinized peridotites MgO: %46,6 SiO2: %1,68 CaO: %1,35 Probable 4.640.000 t. Visible 316.700 t. Similar properties
  • 22. ENERGY
  • 23. ENERGY Hydro-Electric Power Plants NO The Name of the Project Type 1 2 3 4 Damlapınar HES Kepezkaya HES Günder HES Balkusan Barajı ve HES İşletmede Genel Toplam : Bucakkışla HES Daran HES ( I ) Daran HES ( II ) Zeyve HES Yalnızardıç Barajı ve Berat HES Ballık HES Gökdere HES Güneyyaka HES Yalman II HES Efsun HES Ketir HES Yalman HES İncekaya HES İncekaya HES HES Total: Regulator Regulator Regulator Dam 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 Regulator Regulator Regulator Regulator Dam Regulator Regulator Regulator Regulator Regulator Regulator Regulator Regulator Regulator Installed Power (MW) Avg. Energy Production (GWh/year) 16,40 28,00 28,00 38,00 110,40 33,50 45,70 19,180 3,720 21,190 23,70 30,53 6,63 2,90 9,00 29,29 1,00 21,00 21,00 378,74 92,20 124,05 73,50 120,50 410,25 151,52 118,12 49,69 14,180 66,740 91,67 86,27 14,00 12,51 30,00 71,67 5,00 64,00 64,00 1249,62 Phase of the Project Performance Performance Performance Performance Construct.(%55) Construct. (%68) Construct.(%78) Project Project Project Project Project Project Feasibility Feasibility Feasibility Feasibility Feasibility
  • 24. ENERGY Thermal Power Plants and Coal Potential NO The Name of the Project Type Installed Power (MW) Phase of the Project 1. Komet DGÇS DG+Solar 585 2. Bio-Mass Bio-Gas 1,44 Construction Construction Total: Location Quality 586,44 Type County Reserve Other Information Coal Ermenek Halimiye AID 4.063 Kcal/kg Visible 2.000.000 t. Potential 3.900.000 t. Average coal thickness of 3.5 m and a depth of 67 m. Coal Ermenek Boyalık AID 3.262 Kcal/kg Potential 1.700.000 t. Average coal thickness of 4 m, depth 150. Coal Ermenek Muzvadi AID 5.500 Kcal/kg Coal Ayrancı Ayrancı Dokuzyol Akçaşehir There is a coal seam in the permian sandstones of the Çiğdemtepe hill at south of Muzvadi village, which's steep dipping and thickness is ranging between 0,3 and 1,3 m. 1.270. Million t. Thermal power plant with a capacity of about 3,500 MW coal reserves will be sufficient for 30 years. And 5,000 MW within the boundaries of the province of Konya will be sufficient for 30 years.
  • 25. ENERGY SOLAR ENERGY POTENTIAL The UTM 6 degrees coordinates of the transformer stations in Karaman Transformer Stations ERMENEK KARAMAN KARAMAN OSB (Ind.Zone) UTM Easting Value 497480,00 517251,94 528638,87 UTM Northing Value 4046971,00 4115608,13 4118954,31 Zone 36 36 36 Total Capacity 38 38 38
  • 26. ENERGY SOLAR ENERGY POTENTIAL
  • 27. ENERGY POTENTIAL WIND POWER MAP
  • 28. ENERGY Wind Power Potential DISTRIBUTION OF WIND SPEED 50 M The Wind Speed value should be 7 m/s or more than this value for an Economical Res Investment CAPACITY FACTOR DISTRIBUTION 50 M The Capacity Factor rate should be %35 or More than this value for an Economical Res Investment
  • 29. ENERGY Wind Power Potential The Wind Power Potential of Karaman Wind Power at 50 m (W/m2) 300 –400 Wind Speed at 50 m (m/s) Total Area (km2) Total Installed Power (MW) 6.8 –7.5 153,50 767,52 400 –500 7.5 –8.1 24,21 121,04 500 –600 8.1 –8.6 8,86 600 –800 8.6 -9.5 0,14 0,72 > 800 > 9.5 0 0 933,60 186,72 44,32
  • 30. Renewable Energy Support Mechanism in Turkey Manufacturi ng Plant PV Solar Power Plants Cocentrated Solar Power Plants Windpower Hidrolelektrik Biomass System Components PV panel integration and structural mechanics PV modules Cells forming PV modules Inverter Reflective or focusing optical material Total Domestic Content FIT Radiation collection tube Reflective surface plate Heliotropic system Mechanical parts of thermal energy storing system Radiation receiver, steam heat exchangers, pumps Stirling engine Panel integration and structural mechanics Total Domestic Content FIT Domestic Production Turbine, generator and power electronics Domestic Production Domestic Content FIT ($cent/kWh) 0,8 1,3 3,5 0,6 0,5 6,7 2,4 0,6 0,6 1,3 Price Warranty by Government ($cent/kWh) 13,3 13,3 2,4 1,3 0,6 9,2 3,7 2,3 5,6 7,3 7,3 13,3
  • 31. TOURISM
  • 32. TOURISM Otel Türü **** Hotels 2 Rooms 165 Beds 335 *** 2 68 105 ** 1 44 92 Özel Tesis 1 44+2 suit 94 First Class 3 113 162 Second Class 1 20 28 Third Class 1 30 45 Toplam 11 467 862
  • 33. HISTORIC SITES BİNBİR CHURCH MADENŞEHRİ CHURCHES FİSANDON MOSQUE - CHURCH ÇEŞMELİ CHURCH
  • 34. HISTORIC SITES AKTEKKE MOSQUE İMARET MOSQUE M O S Q U E S YUNUS EMRE MOSQUE YOLLARBAŞI ULU MOSQUE
  • 35. HISTORIC SITES KARAMAN CASTLE TARTAN MANSION TAŞKALE GRAIN SILOS KARAMAN MUNICIPALITY
  • 36. NATURAL WONDERS MANAZAN MARASPOLİ C A V E S İNCESU GÖDET
  • 37. GÖDET CANYON KARADA Ğ ERMENEK DAM TAŞKALE
  • 38. KARAMAN MAIN INFRASTRUCTURE PROJ
  • 39. KARAMAN ORNANIZED INDUSTRIAL AGRICULTURE ZONE 250 ha. Area / 5.250 milch cow, 13.000 cattle capacity Ready-made land infrastructure with low prices
  • 40. KARAMAN ENERGY SPECIALIZED INDUSTRIAL ZONE
  • 41. Karaman Transportation and Logistics Projects Karaman Konya - Karaman Mersin duel carriage way for cargo transportatio railroad track reneval
  • 42. HIGHWAY REHABILITATION PROJECTS STRATEJİK KURUMLAR VE PROJELER
  • 43. LOGISTICS CENTER PROJECT
  • 44. GOVERNMENT INCENTIVES IN KARAMAN
  • 45. INCENTIVE SYSTEM IN TURKEY
  • 46. INCENTIVE SYSTEM IN TURKEY INVESTMENT INCENTIVES SCHEMES General Scheme Regional Scheme Large Scale Scheme Strategic Scheme  VAT Exemption  VAT Exemption  VAT Exemption  VAT Exemption  Customs Duty Exemption  Customs Duty Exemption  Customs Duty Exemption  Customs Duty Exemption  Tax Deduction  Tax Deduction  Tax Deduction  SSP Support (Employer’s share)  SSP Support (Employer’s share)  SSP Support (Employer’s share)  Land Allocation  Land Allocation  Land Allocation  Vat Refund  Interest Rate Support  VAT Refund
  • 47. TERMS TO APPLY REGIONAL INCENTIVES Sector Code US-97 Code Industry Sectors that can Benefit Regional Incentives Zone 3 1 0121 Integrated animal husbandry investments including integrated animal husbandry investments for stock (excluding investments that do not comply to the minimum capacity conditions as stated in footnote 5) 500 k TL 2 0500.0.04 Aquaculture (including fish larvae and eggs production) 500 k TL 3 15 Manufacturing of food and beverages (except the investment subjects listed in footnote 6) 1 m TL 5 18 Manufacturing of wearing apparel 1 m TL 8 1912 ve 1920 Manufacturing of suitcase, hand bag, saddlery, footwear etc. 1 m TL 9 20 Manufacturing of wood and cork products (except furniture), manufacturing of mats and other similar wickerwork 2 m TL 10 21 Manufacturing of paper and paper products 10 m TL 11 24 Manufacturing of chemical substances and products 2 m TL 24 2695.1 Manufacturing of concrete products for construction 2 m TL 27 2720, 273 Main metal industry, metal casting industry except for iron and steel 2 m TL 28 28 Metalware 2 m TL 30 29 Manufacturing of machinery and equipment 2 m TL 32 30 Manufacturing of office, accounting and data processing devices 2 m TL 33 31 Manufacturing of electrical machinery and equipment 2 m TL 34 32 Manufacturing of radio, television, communication equipment and devices 35 33 Manufacturing of medical devices, precision and optical instruments 38 3591 ve 3592 Manufacturing of motorcycle and bicycle 2 m TL 40 361 Manufacturing of furniture (except for furniture manufactured only from plastic) 2 m TL 41 Hotels 42 5510.3.01 Student dormitories 43 6302.0.01 Cold storage house services 44 6302.0.03 Licenced warehousing 45 80 Educational services (pre-school education included, education of adults and other educational activities are excluded) 46 8511.0.01-05, 8511.0.99, 8531.0.01Hospital investment, nursing home 03 2 m TL 500 k TL 3 stars and over 100 students 1.000 m² 1 m TL 500 k TL Hospital: 500 k TL Nursing Home.: 100 person 48 Waste recovery and disposal facilities 500 k TL 50 Greenhousing 20 dekar
  • 48. INCENTIVES IN KARAMAN Regional Investment Incentives INCENTIVES III. Region IV. Region VAT Exemption   Customs Duty Exemption   Tax Reduction (Corporate or Income tax) % 20 contribution % 50 deduction % 25 contribution %60 deduction SSP Support (Employer’s share) % 20 contribution 3 years % 25 contribution 5 years Land Allocation Interest Rate Support   3 points TL loans -1 point foreign currency loans 4 points TL loans -1 point foreign currency loans
  • 49. STRATEGIC AND LARGE SCALE INVESTMENT INCENTIVES Strategic Investment Incentives   INCENTIVES VAT Exemption Customs Duty Exemption Tax Deduction SSP (Employer’s share) Rate of Contribution (%) 35 Duration 7 years Land Allocation TL loans Interest Rate Support Foreign currency loans VAT Refund Large Scale Investments     (Building Expenditures of the investments over 500 Mil. TL) 35 Within OIZ  6 years Out of OIZ 40 Out of OIZ 5 years Within OIZ 6 years 
  • 50. INSTRUMENT FOR PRE-ACCESSION ASSISTANCE (IPARD) SUPPORTS SCOPE Support to processing and marketing of: •Milk and milk products •Meat and meat products •Fruits and vegetables APPLICABLE INVESTMENTS • Vegetable processing, packing and storage • Animal product processing, packing and storage • Fish processing, packing and storage • Granary building • Cold storage • Greenhouse farming • Diary farming TERMS Maximum Budget: 600.000 TL Maximum Grant Rate: %50
  • 51. EU SUPPORTS THROUGH IPARD PROGRAMME ACTIONS MAX. GRANT (€) 101-1 Agricultural holdings producing milk 15.000 - 1.000.000 50-65 20.000 - 1.000.000 50-65 15.000 - 500.000 50-65 Sub-action 1 (Milk production) 50.000 - 3.000.000 50 Sub-action 2 (Milk collection) 25.000 - 1.000.000 50 Sub-action 1(Red meat processing and marketing) 30.000 - 3.000.000 50 Sub-action 2 (Poultry meat processing and marketing) 30.000 - 3.000.000 50 103-3 Fruit and vegetable processing and marketing 50.000 - 1.250.000 50 103-4 Fish processing and marketing 50.000 - 1.500.000 50 302-1 Diversification and development of farming 5.000 - 250.000 50 302-2 Development of local products and micro businesses 10.000 - 250.000 50 302-3 Rural turism 15.000 - 400.000 50 302-4 Aquaculture 15.000 - 200.000 50 GRANT RATE (%) 101-2 Agricultural holdings producing meat Sub-action 1 (Red meat) Sub-action 2 (Poultry) 103-1 Milk processing and marketing 103-2 Meat processing and marketing
  • 52. SECTORS WITH HIGH GROWTH POTENTIAL 1-Agriculture Apple, Pear, Cherry, Almond, Walnut 2- Animal Husbandry Diary and Poultry Farming 3-Tourism, Retailing and Services Hotel, Mall, Transportation investment 4-Energy Solar and Thermal 5. Industry Apple Chips, Fruit Juice, Canning, Sunflower Oil, Dry Milk, Cocoa, Hazelnut Flour, Packing, Pallet, Egg – Fruit Tray, Warehouse, Compost, Compound Feed
  • 53. SECTORS TO INVEST IN KARAMAN Type of Investment Min Investm ent Amount (K € ) Capacity Annual Operat ing Cost (K € ) NPV (K €) Annual Equival ent Return( K €) Payba ck Period (Years ) Related Incentives Apple Orchard, net, wind machine ,equipment, irrigation 385 100 ac 15 1.100 110 7 years 50.000 € (G.T.H.B) ve Interest Free Loan Greenhouse: Tomato cultivar , coal heat 385 5.000 m2 120 1.000 192 4 years 125.000 € MoE incentives, Interest Free Loan, TKDK ve G.T.H.B Dairy Cattle: Holstein 1.270. 100 heads 327 1.280 557 4 years 600.000 € IPARD, MoE Incentives, Interest Free Loan, G.T.H.B Poultry Farm 130 25.000 70 1.070 130 3 years 65.000 € IPARD, MoE Incentives, Interest Free Loan G.T.H.B Broiler Farm (26.000 broilers) 110 25.000 300 1.290 370 2 years 55.000 € IPARD, MoE Incentives, Interest Free Loan G.T.H.B Poultry Slaughterhouse 7.000 120.000 heads Data collected from related Greenfield investment incentive certificate MoE Incentives,
  • 54. SECTORS TO INVEST IN KARAMAN Type of Investment Min Invest ment Amoun t(K € ) Capacit y Annual Operati ng Cost (K € ) NPV (K €) Annual Equival ent Return( K €) Payba ck Period (Years ) Related Incentives Juice (2.003 T/year apricot, 8.229 T/year apple % 70 capacity) 4.000 10.000 T 1,300 10.000 2.000 6,5 yıl 625.000 € IPARD, MoE Incentives, Interest Free Loan, G.T.H.B Juicebox 3.000 7200 T/year Data collected from related Greenfield investment incentive certificate Sunflower Oil 2.300 10.000 T 8.425 Cold Storage 1.400 4600 m2 Data collected from related Greenfield investment incentive certificate MoE Incentives Pulse Storage Facility 1.300 8.000 T/year Data collected from related Greenfield investment incentive certificate MoE incentives 21.000 9.600 3 yıl MoE Incentives MoE Incentives
  • 55. SECTORS TO INVEST IN KARAMAN Type of Investment Capacit y Annua l Operat ing Cost (K € ) 1.000 4000 T/year Data collected from related Greenfield investment incentive certificate MoE Incentives Meyve suyu ve paketlenmesi 3.000 7200 T/year Data collected from related Greenfield investment incentive certificate MoE Incentives, Dried Tomato 1.100 2.900 T/year Data collected from related Greenfield investment incentive certificate MoE Incentives, 1.000 12.000 T/year Data collected from related Greenfield investment incentive certificate MoE Incentives 1.500 5150 T/year Data collected from related Greenfield investment incentive certificate MoE Incentives Fruit Preserves Tomato Paste Hazelnut Processing NPV (K €) Annual Equival ent Return( K €) Payba ck Perio d(Yea rs) Related Incentives Min Invest ment Amou nt(K € )
  • 56. SECTORS TO INVEST IN KARAMAN Type of Investment Min Investm ent Amount (K € ) Capacit y Annual Operati ng Cost (K €) NPV (K €) Annual Equivale nt Return( K €) Payba ck Period (Years) Related Incentives 1 MV PV Solar Plant (%70 annual capacity 2 m. kWh pro. 0,30TL/kWh) 1.250 1 MW 10 2.750 225 6 years MoE Incentives, VAT, 0,15$ Purchase Guarantee 4 star hotel (43 rooms) 3.000 80 beds 555 11.900 1.300 4 years MoE Incentives, (zone 5) Cardboard Box 600 5.184.00 0 per year Data collected from related Greenfield investment incentive certificate MoE Incentives Plastik container 350 1.000.00 0 per year Data collected from related Greenfield investment incentive certificate MoE Incentives Emitting Pipes for Drip Irrigation 650 Data collected from related Greenfield investment incentive certificate for drip irrigation emitting pipe with 408 T capacity per year. MoE Incentives
  • 57. WHY KARAMAN ?
  • 58. WHY KARAMAN ? Factors Advantages of Karaman Raw Material Easy access to agricultural, livestock, mineral and renewable resources Logistics Railway connection to largest cities of Turkey Konya, Adana, Mersin, Eskişehir, Ankara, Kocaeli, Adapazarı, İstanbul. 130 km to Mersin Port, dual carriageway intercity transportation, 1.5 hr to airport Land 40% empty OIZ with rent cost 10 M2/TL, lowest earthquake risk in Turkey Human Resources 15% cheaper labor cost than Turkey standards . Over 100 th. students in 6 universities (Konya, Karaman) capable human capital Energy Karaman ılıman iklimi ve GSR ve güneşlenme süresi ile Türkiye 1. sırada firmalara enerjilerini üretme imkanı, electricity cost 0,10TL/kWh , natural gas 0,749 TL/sm3 Water 1,5 TL/m3 water cost in OIZ Suppliers and Market 1 hr. distance to Mersin Port (port with highest capacity in Turkey) , capable local suppliers. 7 mil. population in 2 hrs. by highway, 15 mil. İn 3 hours Climate Mild, dry weather Government Incentives For 10 M. € investment; compared to zone 1 investments: for corporate tax, 800.000 € more advantage, for employer’s share of payroll 200.000 € more advantage, for financing 3 point reduction at TL loans (no reduction at zone 1), and 60% support by IPARD.
  • 59. “LOCAL PIONEER OF NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT”

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