Eskişehir will grow with design and innovation! Engineering, design and prototyping at this center

Officially opened by the Minister of Industry and Technology Mustafa Varank and the Head of the European Union Delegation to Turkey, Ambassador Nikolaus Meyer-Landrut, ETİM was financed within the framework of financial cooperation between the European Union and the Republic of Turkey.

FOR LEADING SECTORS

ETİM was established on an area of ​​1,100 square meters in Eskişehir OIZ within the scope of the Competitive Sectors Program carried out by the Ministry of Industry and Technology within the scope of financial cooperation of the European Union and the Republic of Turkey. All businesses, as well as SMEs operating in the city’s leading sectors such as aviation, rail systems, machinery manufacturing, automotive and white goods, can benefit from ETİM.

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70 MILLION LIRA SUPPORT

ETİM, which is supported by the Ministry of Industry and Technology for over 70 million TL, includes state-of-the-art devices that allow learning and applying additive manufacturing methods. ETİM, which hosts 3D metal and plastic printers, 3D scanning devices and CNC machines, aims to increase the competitiveness of SMEs in the world markets with innovative products.

IT WILL INCREASE COMPETITIVENESS

Aiming to contribute directly to the development of engineering capabilities of SMEs, ETİM will work to reduce the foreign trade deficit and increase the competitiveness level of the region.

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R&D CENTERED EDUCATION

ETİM, which will operate in the fields of design, prototyping, project management, reverse engineering, trainings and structural analysis, will also offer R&D-based training opportunities to university-based entrepreneurs and technopark entrepreneurs. It will also serve as a platform that brings industry, universities and entrepreneurs together for new collaborations.

COMPETITIVE SECTORS PROGRAM

Competitive Sectors Program is carried out by the Ministry of Industry and Technology within the framework of financial cooperation between the Republic of Turkey and the European Union. Within the scope of the program, a budget of approximately 800 million Euros is used through projects. With the program that has been carried out since 2007, it is aimed to ensure social and economic development by increasing the competitiveness of industrialists, SMEs and entrepreneurs in different regions of Turkey.

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