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the turkish dairy industry hasan g renes ya ar group turkey

THE TURKISH DAIRY INDUSTRYHASAN GİRENES – Yaşar Group, Turkey

Turkey – Netherlands Business Forum

17 April 2012, Amsterdam

investing in turkey
Investing in Turkey...

“Turkey will be one of the best countries to invest in over the next three years”

“If I was an investor with a huge sum of money with me, I would definitely invest half of my money in one of the emerging economies. For example, investing in a farm in Turkey, I would personally not even think for a minute.”

Marc Faber – Investment Guru, December 16, 2010

dairy farming in turkey1
Dairy Farming in Turkey
  • Blessed with one of the very best climates for dairy farming
  • Many large-scale dairy farms established or rapidly increased in scale
  • Many of state-owned farms being privatized
  • Joint ventures and foreign investors
  • Seasonal milk production: rises from January, decreases from June
  • Demand following an opposite trend to production
  • Production-demand imbalance: price instability

WDS Report-2011

dairy population
Dairy Population
  • Number of bovine animals: 11,4 million heads
  • Number of dairy cows : 4,2 million heads
  • Av. milk yield/year : 2.803 kg/cow
    • Breeders Ass. Members : 6.000 kg/cow
    • Modern farms : 10.000 – 12.000 kg/cow
  • Number of animals recorded in pedigree:
      • 2002: 178.000 heads
      • 2011: 2.682.000 heads
  • Number of sheep & goats: 29,4 million heads
milk production 2011 tons year
Milk Production - 2011 (tons/year )

Total Milk Production

13.6 milliontons/year

COW MILK

  • 12.480.416 - 91,7%

SHEEP MILK

  • 816.832 - 6,0%

GOAT MILK

  • 272.811 - 2,0%

BUFFALOES MILK

  • 35.487 - 0,26%

Consumed in Farm

  • 2.745.691 - 22%

Animal Feeding & Loose Milk

2.496.083 - 20%

Modern dairy establishments

  • 3.244.908- 27%

Mandıras

3.993.733 - 32%

Source: National Milk Council

the most dynamic countries are expected to be china 3 5 turkey 3 and argentina 3 in the next decade
The most dynamic countries are expected to be China (3,5%), TURKEY (3%) and Argentina (3%) in the next decade...
comparison turkey the netherlands 2010
Comparison: Turkey / The Netherlands (2010)

WDS Report-2011

  • Milk production volumes are similar
  • Cow herd in TR is 2,5 times the size compared to ND; differences in average yield due to:
    • Fragmented production base
    • Cow genetics
    • Feeding patterns
    • Varying management systems
dairy processing
Dairy Processing
  • One of the world’s major milk processing countries
  • Rapid growth in capacity, technological infrastructure and number of modern dairy plants
  • Amount of milk collected by integrated dairy facilities in 2011: 7 mln tons
    • 1,2 mln tons processed to drinking milk
    • 519.000 tons to cheese
    • 1 mln tons to yoghurt
    • 459.000 tons to yoghurt drink
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Drinking Milk Production (tons)

Cheese Production (tons)

Source: National Milk Council

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Yoghurt Production (tons)

Yoghurt Drink Production (tons)

Source: National Milk Council

dairy consumption
Dairy Consumption
  • Milk is consumed mainly as white cheese, yoghurt drink and yoghurt
  • 26 grams/capita/day of animal protein consumption: 51% from dairy products
  • Drinking milk consumption is low: 26 lt/year
  • Pastorised milk constitutes of 10% of processed milk
  • Demand for UHT milk and low fat milk is rising
  • 75 % of the milk consumed by children
  • Ready-to-drink flavored milk consumption growing with an annual av. of 20 %

WDS Report-2011

strenghts opportunities
Strenghts & Opportunities
  • One of the largest markets in the region with a young population of 70mn
  • Rising incomes and changing consumer habits fuel domestic consumption
  • Favorable ecological conditions and climate; one of the world's strongest livestock sectors
  • Government made development of the sector a priority, ensuring continued levels of investment
  • Food industry is better developed than many neighbouringcountries, creating strong export opportunities
  • Good location for trading with EU and Middle East countries
  • Benefits from a large pool of cheap labour
challenges and critical success factors for turkish dairy industry
Challenges and Critical Success Factors for Turkish Dairy Industry
  • Boosting supply for growing population combined with economic development: availability of sufficient milk
  • Fragmented production base
  • Land ownership and regulations
  • Feed price and water resources/availability
  • Logistics
  • Availability of cows/heifers
  • Quality issues (raw milk&processing)
  • Animal diseases
  • Stronger cooperation in the chain
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Profile

  • Initiation of today’s YAŞARdates back to 1945
  • One of leading and most respected consumer products group in Turkey
    • 22 companies, 2 foundations, 18 facilities, 6,500 employees
    • Consolidated Revenue of TRY 2.03 bnin FY10
    • Food &beverage net sales 1,5 bn TL
  • Core businesses “Food & Beverages” and “Coatings”
  • Well established and widely recognised leading brands: PINAR and DYO
  • Six companies listed on the Istanbul Stock Exchange with a combined market cap of TRY 1.5 bn**
  • Joined the UN Global Compact, world’s largest corporate citizenship initiative, in 2007

*EBITDA is operating profit before depreciation and amortisation expenses, and other non-cash/non-recurring income and expense items

** as at 31 May 2011

pinar s t dairy business
PINAR SÜT – Dairy Business
  • Founded in 1975 – two production plants
  • Production and sale of dairy products , fruit juices, mayonnaise, ketchups, powdered products
  • Introduced the concept of wholesome milk and dairy products in Turkey
  • Raw milk processing capacity:400.000 t/year
  • Net sales in 2010 : 577 million TL
  • Works with 250 farms based on contracted farming model
  • Market leader in milkand specialty cheeses
  • Exports to 20 countries with 29 million USD export earnings
agribusiness division of ya ar group
Agribusiness Division of Yaşar Group
  • Founded in 1983 as a dairy feed company
  • Main activities: Feed production, dairy farming, turkey farming, fish farming and processing, plant nutrition
  • Net Sales : 150 million USD
  • Export value: 10 million USD
the turkish dairy industry hasan g renes ya ar group turkey1

THE TURKISH DAIRY INDUSTRYHASAN GİRENES – Yaşar Group, Turkey

Turkey – Netherlands Business Forum

17 April 2012, Amsterdam