The company was founded in 1978 by Mr. Nusret Eroglu. Today the EROGLU Group comprises 5 companies. EROGLU Präzisionswerkzeuge GmbH produces clamping systems for CNC-controlled metalworking machines.
As the market leader in Turkey, EROGLU is also becoming increasingly important in Europe.
Production for the entire group of companies takes place in a state-of-the-art production center in Bursa, Turkey, where the EROGLU Makina San. Tic has a production hall of 15,000m² on a total area of 65,000m². Currently, 300 employees are employed in production.
In 1997 EROGLU Präzisionswerkzeuge GmbH was founded in Mössingen (Germany). On an area of 6000m² a 2000m² large warehouse is available for the European distribution of the tools manufactured in Bursa.
In 2004 a distribution company was founded in Iran. Thus, EROGLU was able to expand its activities in the Middle East significantly.
EROGLU exports high quality precision tools worldwide to 56 countries, including the EU, Switzerland, Norway, USA, Australia, China, South Africa, Iran, Japan, Canada and Russia, via its own distribution network.
The company EROGLU Takim, whose headquarters are also located in Bursa, serves the Turkish market through its representatives and subsidiaries in Istanbul, Ankara, Konya and Izmir in the form of marketing measures and technical information.
EROGLU is DIN EN ISO 9001-2000, ISO TS 16949 and EN ISO 14001 certified. EROGLU attaches great importance to the training and further education of its employees. This ensures customer satisfaction in the long term. EROGLU is active worldwide with a team of 300 experts. In the Ertem-EROGLU Technology and Training Centre, the specialists required for production are trained.
With 40 years of industry experience, EROGLU Präzisionswerkzeuge GmbH stands for reliability, quality and consistently high-quality services. With the aim of becoming the European market leader, the company is constantly invested in, and the bar is set higher and higher.
In 2007, EROGLU invested in a hardening plant that was integrated into the Bursa production centre. At the same time, production was brought up to date as part of a comprehensive machine modernization project which was successfully completed in 2012. An important focus of this project was the establishment of the ERTEM-EROGLU Technological Training Center, a training center for vocational and technical training. In the context of increased investments in research and development, in cooperation with renowned universities, practical model and patent studies are carried out there with the aim of establishing an own EROGLU Technopark.