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AKSA Power Generation

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Industry  Energy
Products  Electric generators
CEO  Alper Peker (Apr 2013–)
Founded  1968
Founder  Ali Metin Kazanci
Headquarters  Istanbul
Type of business  Private
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Interview with aksa power generation electricx 2014

AKSA Power Generation (or AKSA Jenerator A.Ş.) is a Turkish corporation, (part of the AKSA Group and owned by Kazanci Holding) that designs, manufactures, distributes, sells and services electrical power generators world wide. Aksa power generatıon headquarter located in Istanbul , Turkey and has three main manufacturing plants around world which are located in three continents (Louisiana USA, Istanbul TURKEY and CHINA)


AKSA Power Generation claims to be one of the world's top five generator manufacturing firms and runs the world's largest generator factory.


AKSA Power Generation is a Turkish corporation that originating in 1968 as an electrical motor company by its founder Ali Metin Kazanci. AKSA manufactured its first industrial generator engine-generator in 1984. And in 1994 Aksa Power Generation became one of 8 corporation under the Kazanci Holding achieving its current structure as its CEO Mr. Alper PEKER. AKSA Power Generation is among the largest 200 exporter companies in Turkey.

In 2007 AKSA began selling to the Chinese market. It has opened three generator manufacturing plants in China (Changzhou, Wuxi and Hangzhou) with its Hanghzou State plant (opened 2012) making 24,000 generators per year and being the largest generator factory in the world. AKSA were sponsors of the FIFA Under 20 World Cup in 2013, providing the power.


AKSA Power Generation manufactures about 40,000 industrial generators per year. Most common engines used for gen-sets are Cummins John deere Mitsubishi Perkins Lister Petter Doosan and alternators are MeccAlte and Stamford. AKSA also manufactures soundproofed generator cabins-canopy kit, lighting towers, power transfer switching and synchronization panels with its related equipment.


AKSA Power Generation Wikipedia