Kaleseramik Policy copyrighted © 2020 The Express Tribune. UAN: +92 0304 111 666 3 The senior management of Kaleseramik have shown its sensitivity towards the environment with the policy it has established and has announced to all parties. With the purification process the waste water goes through physical, chemical and biological processes and is released afterwards to the environment in acordance with legal requirements. The foundation of Kale Group traces back to Canakkale Ceramic Factories established in the Can district of Canakkale in 1957. Kale is a Turkish tile and ceramic giant that operates in Pakistan through a similar model to franchising. • to provide occupational health and safety in the work environment and to take the necessary precautions, Kaleseramik continues production in 50 factories in Çan, which are established on a total of 1.250.000 square metres outdoor space and 650.000 square metres indoor space. The Kale Group is currently comprised of 22 influential firms, and is regarded as one of the most important industrial enterprises of Turkey with over 5,000 employees and its value to the Turkish economy. Dr. Ibrahim Bodur established the Kaleseramik Education, Health and Social Welfare Foundation to achieve continuity in these contributions. F-6/1, Nazimudin Road, Islamabad, Pakistan. About KALE Pakistan. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, Team Turkey’s first ceramic tile producer, Çanakkale Ceramic Factories Inc., was established in 1957 and Turkey’s first floor tile producer, Kalebodur Ceramic Inc., was established in 1972. PHOTO: FILE, Umpteen commissions on civil service reforms, Ceramic industry: Turkish brand Kale opens flagship store, Johnny Rockets shuts down flagship store as heat rises. The foundation of Kale Group traces back to Canakkale Ceramic Factories established in the Can district of Canakkale in 1957. Investment product manufacturing activities, the basis of the industrialization of Kale Group, began with the establishment of the Kalekalıp Machinery and Mould Industry Corporation in the 1960s. 10 F7/3, Islamabad, Featuring Architect Ghazanfar Ali Dada (NADA), 315, Canal Bank Road, Near Darul Arqam, Johar Town, Lahore, Featuring Architect Ali Umar Alvie & Architect Jahangir A. Sherpao, Plot 5-6,Grey Rock Farm Road,Athal, Near Simli Dam Road, Islamabad, Featuring Architect Kalim Siddiqui (KS&A), Featuring Architect Saad Mahmood & Rashid Rasheed, Plot No. Office # 1, First Floor, Building 1A, Block R, Blue Area, Islamabad. Kale Group continues to broaden its product range with ceramic sanitary ware as well as bathroom and kitchen furniture developments, rendering service under brands like Canakkale Seramik, Kalebodur, Kalekim, and Kale—most of which are also recognized in the market as product names. Kale Group too, is importing products from Turkey. 284, Street 1-B, Bahria Springs, Bahria Town, Islamabad, House # 138, Quaid Azam Avenue, Block A, Zaraj Housing Scheme, Islamabad. • to follow technical and technological developments, Levent Istanbul, Turkey. With a recent advancement in IT, the Kale Group developed Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software and introduced this software to Turkish industrial enterprises. • to determine changing customer wishes and taste in a timely fashion, Adopting the principles and beliefs of founder Ibrahim Bodur in terms of social services, Kale Group has always made contributions to society in the fields of education, health, culture, arts, science and sports. All the waste resulting from the production and service processes of Kaleseramik is managed in accordance with valid legal requirements. Kaleseramik produces 1900 varieties of floor tiles in 50 different dimensions and 2200 varities of wall tiles in 60 different dimensions and it offers approximately 200 new products to its consumers every year. Çanakkale Ceramic Factories Inc. and Kalebodur Ceramic Industries Inc. merged in 2000 under the name “Kaleseramik Çanakkale Kalebodur Ceramic Industries Inc.” These factories, as well as having a yearly production capacity of 27,5 million square metres for wall tiles, 32 million square metres for floor tiles and 6,5 million square metres for granite ceramics, also have the capacity to produce 15.000 tons insulator and 40.000 tons frit. • to protect the environment and prevent pollution in every stage from investment plans to existing production facilities and from production to transportation,