ESAC - Eskisehir Aviation Cluster

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Contact

Ismail Öztürk
Organize Sanayi Bölgesi 2. Cad
26110 Eskisehir
Turkey

Ph   +90 222 236 03 60
Fax  +90 222 236 00 41
ismail.ozturk(at)eso.org.tr

Website

www.esac.org.tr

 

ESAC - Eskisehir Aviation Cluster

Cluster Description

Facts & Figures

Number of companies 4 large companies, 22 SMEs
Number of employees 3000
Number of research institutes 2
Other cluster members 2

Cluster Management

Financing Member fees, donations and public funding from Ministry of Economy, project funding from EU grant programs

Main Actors

Main industry actors
  • AC & S GmbH
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  • TEI
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  • Alp Aviation
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  • Savronik
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  • Çoşkunöz Defence Industry
  • Main research institutes  
     
  • Anadolu University
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  • Aerospace Industry Application and Research Center
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  • Anatolian Technology Development Park
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    Cluster Competences and Strategy

    Strengths & Competences

    Our main strategies and competences are:

    • long aviation history of region
    • experience of companies
    • capabilities
    • infrastructure of industry
    • universities
    • geographical advantages
    • experienced and trained labor

    Science & Research

    ESAC is a project partner of the CARE (Clean Aerospace Regions) project. CARE will reinforce the R&D networking already instigated at regional level through research-driven clusters and will increase the competitiveness of these regions in the field of Green Aircraft Transportation by:

    • enhancing more effective investments in R&D at regional level
    • stimulating the setting-up of additional regional research-orientated clusters (mentoring activity)
    • catalyzing synergies and public private partnerships both on finance and research agendas standpoints at the European scale

    The CARE proposal will be performed by a consortium of mature aeronautics research-oriented regional clusters gathering large and small enterprises, research actors and local authorities and two less-mature aeronautics clusters to be mentored.

     

    International Collaboration

    SAC is a partner of the CARE (Clean Aerospace Regions) project. CARE arose out of the work of nine aviation clusters and a consulting company within the EACP (European Aerospace Cluster Partnership).

     

    Main Challenges

    • new markets
    • stronger supply chain and SMEs
    • technology and innovation
    • internalization, investment and exports
    • education and training
    • international relations and cooperation