KANCA began production of hand tools in the early 1960s as a family owned company with a workforce of just 20. A new plant of 15.000 m2 was constructed and began operation in 1974 where the expanded and modernized forging lines made it also possible to supply high quality forged parts to other industries.
Starting from 1980s, the demand from the automotive industry had lead the way to further increase the production capacity of forged parts and supply higher quality parts to local OEMs. During the 1990s, KANCA had become a reliable partner and indispensable source of supply to dozens of customers in the passenger, commercial and agricultural vehicles, defence and construction industries. Having all the necessary facilities such as product and tool design, production, forging, heat treatment and machining under the same roof, KANCA has proven to be a single point of supply, expending with further customers locally and internationally those rely upon the renowned quality of KANCA.
In the year 2004, KANCA constructed a new 55.000 m2 forging plant, of that 25.000 m2 closed. This new location was inside of TAYSAD industrial area, which is one of the most industrialised and effective industrial zones in Turkey. It was time in 2010, to gather the engineering competence in metal forming, machining, metallurgy and design, under the same roof. KANCA established the first Research and Development centre in hot forging field in Turkey. Today, through modern QA techniques and the certifications according to ISO 9001, IATF 16949, ISO 14001, KANCA is one the leading forging companies in Turkey, not only supplying parts to its customers, but also the long term reliability & satisfaction and strong financial background. KANCA produces today nearly 30.000 tons of forged products annually and exporting more than half of its turnover to EU.
- Forging part design and production
- Metal Forming Technologies
- Forging die design and production
- Hand tool design and production
- Machinery and measurement/Control apparatus design and manufacturing