With a total annual crude oil processing capacity of 28.1 million tons, Tüpraş is Turkey's largest industrial company by revenue and added-value generated.
In 2016, Opet boosted its market share in the fuel distribution sector, thereby strengthening its second-place position.
Entek, the power generation company of the Koç Group, is active in the free market.
In 2016, Ford Courier became the best-selling light commercial vehicle in Turkey.
Fiat Egea Sedan, Turkey's most preferred vehicle in 2016, recorded 34,755 unit sales the first time that it was manufactured for the full year.
Otokar maintained its leadership position in the bus segments it is active in: two out of every five buses sold in Turkey was Otokar branded.
With a total of 14 R&D and Design centers, Arçelik is the only Turkish company on the World Intellectual Property Organization's Top 200 list where it climbed to 78th place.
Arçelik-LG is the largest air-conditioner manufacturer in the Middle & Near East and Europe.
Tat Gıda began implementing "Good Agricultural Practices" in collaboration with contract farmers.
Düzey bolstered its pioneering position in the sector by maintaining its growth drive of recent years.
With its tourism services and duty-free stores, Setur maintains its position as the largest player in the sector.
Setur Marinas leads the Turkish marina sector with a capacity of 6,058 berths and a 25% market share.
Divan Group creates synergy in the sector by conducting accommodation services, patisserie, event management and cafe-restaurant operations.
RMK Marine is the only Turkish private sector shipyard to meet "NATO Quality Assurance Requirements for Design, Development and Production."
KoçSistem acquired major new clients, thereby bolstering its leadership position in the managed services market.
Ram Foreign Trade successfully fulfilled its mission of providing support to Group companies in emerging markets.