Hatay Production Facility

As Ergunbas Group, we produce building materials for our suppliers and for different sectors in our Hatay production facility, which serves with high production capacity.



In the recycling department; With the recycling of waste plastics, which have been insoluble for centuries, they both contribute to nature and meet the needs of people by making them reusable.

1.000 tons of PVC is recycled per month in the recycling department of our Hatay production facility within Ergünbaş. Recycled PVC wastes constitute the input of the composite profile and sheet production department in the same facility.

In our recycling facility, the idle PVC scraps collected from the market are first crushed and turned into 0.4 micron burrs. It is then dehumidified and made ready for production. Thus, while we create our own input with the recycling solutions we use, we also ensure that they are sold to various sectors as semi-finished products.
Our facility also has a recycling license valid at home and abroad.



Raw material is created by combining PVC, which is the output of our recycling facility, dried and dehumidified wood chips and special materials in the mixer. Composite semi-finished products are obtained by passing the raw material through the extrusion system.

and 250 tons are included in the production in the door production section of our facility. The remaining 250 tons are used in the production of our Decker brand prefabricated, deck profile products.

750 tons of composite profiles are produced monthly in our production facility in Hatay, and 250 tons are sold to other companies that manufacture doors as door components.

With the Erdoor brand, our facility produces 30,000 PVC sheets per month, approximately 200 tons. PVC sheets, which are produced in thicknesses ranging from 0.8 mm to 1.5 mm, constitute the input of many sectors.

Produced semi-finished and finished products

  1. Components of Erdoor branded products
  2. Decker branded products
  3. PVC sheets



In our door production unit, a wide range of products is offered to users and suppliers with different colors, patterns and interior filling types. The entire production process from the product entry to the final product is completed in our fully automated facility. In addition to our standard composite door models, optional special door designs are also made using special production technologies.

1.000 sets of doors are produced in a daily shift. Since the doors produced are composite, they provide water resistance. For this reason, it is heavily preferred in the Middle East and Africa. Exports to these countries constitute 80% of the sales of our Erdoor branded products. Our company is the 34th company that exports the most in the forest products sector within the body of the Mediterranean Exporters' Association (AKİB). Erdoor is a well-known brand in the door industry in the Middle East and African countries.



The 1st, 2nd and 3rd class timbers purchased through tender from the Forestry Operations Directorates are ready to start the production of pavement after they are dried in the timber drying oven in our enterprise to 8-10% humidity. Its monthly production capacity is 60,000 wooden floorboards. Oven-dried timbers are cut in a multi-slicing machine, their knots are removed, and they are joined with high pressure and glue in a fingerjoint machine. Afterwards, wooden floorboards are obtained in the desired dimensions in the thickness machine. Fingerjoint wooden spars are made of a combination of short spade parts, thus eliminating the problems such as bending and warping on the wing. Spares used in the market are used as a length and over time, bending and distortion of the door occur.

The produced spars are both sold to the domestic market and meet the seren needs of our Hatay and Algeria production facilities. While this product was imported from abroad, now it is produced in our own integrated facilities by purchasing raw products from OGM, thus contributing to the national treasury by preventing an annual import of $2 million.

Pellet production is carried out from sawdust wastes during the production of spar. The monthly production of 65,000 kg of pellets is sold to the domestic market to be used as solid fuel. At the same time, the pallets that our business needs are made with the waste from this section.