About Us

A leader with an industrial legacy and entrepreneurship, we are a reputable group of companies that respects people and the environment, adding sustainable value to society.

Founded in 1957 as Çanakkale Seramik Fabrikaları A.Ş. by Dr. (h.c.) Ibrahim Bodur, Kale Group broadened its industrial journey that started with the production of ceramics to include building chemicals, logistics, and defence and aerospace over time. Today, Kale Group has 18 companies, all leaders in their fields, and over 5,000 employees operating in various regions in Turkey.

Europe’s fourth and the world’s 15th biggest manufacturer of building materials, Kale Group ranks among the top five building chemicals producers in Europe. Kale Group boasts a large domestic and international market share, offering its products in more than 400 points of sale in 100 countries.

Joining the defence and aerospace industry in 1987, Kale Group currently has five companies operating in this field. As a Tier 1 supplier to some of the world’s leading defence and aerospace companies, Kale Group is also a main stakeholder in many of projects in Turkey. 

A leader with its industrial legacy and entrepreneurship, Kale Group continues its economic and social activities as a reputable group of companies that upholds respect to people and the environment above all, adding sustainable value to society.

To make Kale Group’s contributions to society last, the Dr. (h.c.) Ibrahim Bodur Kaleseramik Education, Health and Social Welfare Foundation was established in 1991 and continues to operate in the fields of education and employment. In line with its vision that has design, technology and people at its heart, Kale Group also pursues a mission to support art and artists, primarily focusing on ceramics. To this end, Kale Group engages in authentic, creative and inspiring projects to support individuals and communities that have a keen interest in these fields.

OUR VALUES

We build trust

We are fair

We have a sincere approach

We work with passion

We take on responsibility

We are curious