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History

1984

CORPORATE

1984

Ahlatcı Holding was founded, as a small jewelry retail shop, in Egridere.

1988

Ahlatcı Jewelery began bracelet production.

1992

Ahlatcı Exchange, obtained a license for opening an exchange office and began foreign currency trading.

1994

Çorum Private Hospital opened for service.

1998

Ahlatcı Metal became a member of Borsa Istanbul Precious Metals and Diamond Market.

1998

Supra Imaging Center opened its first branch.

1999

CEDAS was founded. (CEDAS. Çorum Electricity and Natural Gas Corporation)

2000

Ahlatcı Jewelry started producing wedding rings.

2004

Natural gas began being used in Çorum for the first time with the launch of CorumGaz.

2005

SurmeliGaz A.Ş. was founded as a subsidiary company of CorumGaz. Natural gas started being used in Yozgat and its districts.

2006

KarGaz A.Ş. started operating. Natural gas began being used in Cankiri, Kastamonu, and Karabuk.

2006

Ahlatcı Automotive was established.

2007

Ahlatcı Metal Refinery was established.

2008

Ahlatcı Metal obtained Authorized Grading Office Licence granted by Turkish Government State Mint and Seal General Headquarters.

2009

Private Elitpark Hospital opened for service in Corum.

2012

Ahlatcı Metal Refinery continued its operations in a world-class facility in Çorum Organized Industrial Zone.

2014

AHL Energy was established.

2014

Çorum Private Hospital annex building was completed and put into service.

2016

Ahlatcı Securities was founded.

2016

15 MW in Çorum, 10 MW in İzmir, 8 MW in Manisa, 3 MW in Afyon, 2MW in Konya, SPP were activated.

2017

Gold bullion produced by Ahlatcı Metal began being traded on the Dubai Metal Exchange (DMCC).

2018

Ahlatcı Jewelry became the second most exporting company in the Turkish jewelry industry.

2018

AHL Private Security company was founded to meet the security needs of the holding’s subsidiaries.

2018

On the Fortune 500 list, Ahlatcı Jewelry ranked 11th with a net sales of 24.8 billion TL, and Ahlatcı Metal Refinery ranked 12th with a total net sales of 23.4 billion TL.

2019

A total of 35 MW SPP were activated in the Hemineski and Dnipro region of Ukraine.

2019

Ahlatcı Jewelry rose to first place among Turkey’s biggest jewelry exporters.

2019

On the Fortune 500 list, Ahlatcı Jewelry ranked 8th with a net sales of 34.7 billion TL, and Ahlatcı Metal Refinery ranked 12th with a total net sales of 26.8 billion TL.

2019

51% shares of the Nanografi Company were purchased.

2020

AHL Pay began its operations.