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SABANCI 1906 Haci Omer Sabanc was born in the Akcakaya village of Kayseri.

1921 Haci Omer Sabanc moved to Adana. 1925 Haci Omer Sabanc started working in the cotton trade business. 1932 CIRCIR PLANT Haci Omer Sabanc became a sharehol... 1967 Hac mer Sabanc Holding was founded. Akimento Cement Inc was founded. INSA Istanbul Nylon Yarn Inc. (liquidated in 2004) was founded. 1968 Temsa Thermo Mechanical Equipments Inc. was founded Plassa Plastic Industry and Trading Inc... 1986 Hefti Worsted Fabric Weaving and Finishing Inc. (sold in 2002) was founded. Argesa Tire Research and Development Center was founded. 1987 Dusa (Dupont-Sabanc) Industrial Yarn Manufacturing and Trading Inc. (merged into Kordsa in 1999)... 1991 Philsa Cigarette and Tobacco Inc. was founded with the partnership of Philip Morris and Sabanc 1992 IBimsa (IBM-Sabanc partnership) International Business Information and Management Systems was founded. (after the investment of IBM in... 1996 zdemir Sabanc passed away. Cignasa was sold. Enerjisa Energy Production Inc. was founded. Carrefoursa ypermarket Chain was founded with the partnership of Carrefour and Sabanc Akansa (CBR-Sabanc) Cement Manufacturing Inc. (Heidelberg... 2001 Dusa International LLC (Dupont-Sabanc partnership) was founded. Sabanc became the only shareholder in Sakosa by purchasing a 50% share from Kosa Olmuksa Mukavva merged with Olmuksa. Adana Hiltonsa was opened. Sabanc purchased the 40% o... 2007 Yunsa took over Uptown. Verbund acquired 49,99% stake in Enerjisa. Sakip Sabanc's name was given to the meeting room in the Ministry of Education. Teknosa bought the majority shares of Primex Company which owns 48 stores named "Cosmo" in ... 2009 Sabanc Golden Collar Awards, a company-wide search to award excellence in six different categories, and recognised by the Turkish Public Relations Associatoin as the most successful internal communications project of the year, were initiated... 2011 anakkale Wind Plant was launched for production by EnerjiSA. Hacnnolu Hydroelectric Power Plant was launched for production by EnerjiSA in Kahramanmara. The first waste heat recycling facility of Turkey was opened at Akansa anakkale ...