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Mogul makes organizational changes

April 1, 2014

In response to its growth and future expansion plans, Turkish nonwoven producer Mogul has implemented several organizational changes at the executive level. Mr. C. Enver Kyali has been named president; Mrs. Ayse Kayali has been appointed as an executive board member; Mr. Serkan Gogus is the new CEO; and Mr. Ersin Kosker is director of projects and operations.

Moving forward, the company says there will also be changes in downstream management positions as well as new departments and positions coming onstream as expansion plans take shape. Mogul will be moving into a brand new management building to help govern the company’s future growth initiatives.

Last year Mogul started production of a new core/sheath type bicomponent pet/copet pet spunbond line. It is Mogul’s first bico line and enhances its wide range of product offerings from spunbond to spunlace and meltblown. The new fabric is sold under the Buffalo brand. In addition, Mogul started its second mono pet spunbond line that operates at 3,200 mm wide. With the new line the total pet capacity for Mogul increased to 15,000 tons, making it one of key players in the pet spunbond market.

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