Corporate Overview

About ALTINAY Group:

1993 – Turkey’s first 6-axis industrial robot was accomplished by Hakan Altınay and his friends. Turkey’s first industrial robot was developed within the framework of KOSGEB program. As an incorporated company, robotic automation projects started to be realized.

1994 – Altınay Robot Technologies Inc. was established. Turkey’s first technology company with indigenous engineering capital started its activities.

1996 – Many welding and handling projects were realized for the general industry.

2000 – Production of turnkey automation projects have been launched.

2003 – Installation of the lines in OEM automotive plants started.

2006 – ISO 9001: 2000 certificate was awarded and the company moved to Tuzla Free Zone Technology Center.

2007 – Altınay started Kırıkkale demilitarization systems project together with Roketsan. Defense and aerospace business unit was established with this project.

2008 – Altınay was awarded the Grand Prize of the Year in the category of Small and Medium Enterprises (SME).

2008 – Incubation companies were established and started to shape the future.

2009 – Studies on lithium-ion batteries under the energy division were started.

2009 – Altınay, as one of the outstanding companies in the world, became the accredited supplier of NATO /NSPA.

2012 – ALTINAY Modification Center was established as the first incubation company.

2012 – Altınay was awarded the Grand Prize of the Year in the category of Small and Medium Enterprises (SME) by President of Turkey.

2014 – Altınay Aerospace and Advanced Technologies was established by developed projects in the field of Defense Industry.

2015 – Gaining international power by the acquisition of KSM, which is one of the German automotive test and assembly systems manufacturing companies.

2016 – Package design and manufacturing activities based on lithium-ion batteries were structured under ALTINAY Energy Technologies division.

2017 – Actions on glass processing and transfer technologies projects grew in both Turkey and overseas by the acquisition of Olbricht, Germany’s well-established glass processing technology company.

2010 – Altınay Electromobility and Energy Technologies established.

2018 – Altınay, which is the architect of dozens of successful projects with a quarter of a century of build-up, decided to continue to operate and manage all companies as Altınay Technology Group.

About ALTINAY ModCenter:

ALTINAY ModCenter was established in 2012 as a service provider of Ford Otosan (FO) started mass production in April of the same year and still operates in its own facility next to FO Gölcük factory.

Here a dedicated team of engineers and operators focus on vehicle modification and auto accessory design & development for light commercial market as well as heavy-duty trucks in the custom built 4.000m2 assembly facility (2.800m2 closed area).

Vehicle Personalization (VP) & Vehicle Engineering (VE)

As an accredited (QVM) body builder of FO, ALTINAY manages assembly & modification processes according to the customer’s specific requirements (VP).

From power sliding door systems to disabled access vehicle solutions, ALTINAY ModCenter engineers work on custom tailored solutions in OEM standards (VE).

Since ALTINAY started mass production officially in April 2012, 150,000 FORD Transit units have been modified in this facility where daily capacity exceeds 100 vehicles per shift.

Our Capacity:

  • Daily 175 (avg.) vehicle modification in two-shift operation (depending on VP option)
  • 40.000 vehicle modification per year
  • 4000m2 closed production area on 6.000m2 land
  • 80 Personnel

Our Capabilities:

  • Vehicle Superstructure
  • Body Engineering and Parts Design
  • VCU (Vehicle Control Unit) Design
  • Quality Management *
  • After Sales Service and Spare Part Business

*: *: Our company has ISO 9001 certificate and also received a QVM certification by Ford Engineering teams in April,2019.

Equipment and Software Infrastructure:

Part and product solid modeling (3D) infrastructure is integrated with the Ford CAD-Data Processing Center infrastructure via Teamcenter. In this way, it is possible to access FORD’s global design data online.

  • x4 pcs workstation
  • x2 pcs Catia license
  • x2 pcs Solidworks license
  • x1 TeamCenter license