Koç Holding Posts 646.9 Billion TL In Consolidated Revenue In The First Nine Months Of The Year With Combined Investments Of 24.1 Billion TL


Koç Holding generated a consolidated revenue of 646.9 billion TL and posted a combined investments figure of 24.1 billion TL in the first nine months of 2022. Commenting on the financial results of the year’s first nine months, Koç Holding CEO Levent Çakıroğlu said: “We resolutely carried on with our investments and our business approach centered on value creation through the third quarter of the year tainted by ongoing global economic uncertainties and challenges. At the Koç Group, we achieved successful results in the first 9 months of the year thanks to our solid balance sheet, robust liquidity, extensive supply chain, diversified portfolio structure, pioneering steps in environmental, social and governance areas, and the commitment of our colleagues. As I underline at every opportunity, to us, our achievements are never only about financial results. With our solid faith in our country, we are charging ahead with our investments determinedly. Including our combined investments of 24.1 billion TL in nine months, our total investments over the past 5 years reached 72.6 billion TL. During the rest of the year, we will carry on with our operations with a prudent approach while continuing to create value for our country and our Group.”

Levent Çakıroğlu pointed out that the Group acts with a people-oriented approach centered around equality and inclusion, and added, “We remain proud that our approach is appreciated in our country and in the world. This is best evidenced by the fact that we have been named Turkey’s number 1 employer for the sixth consecutive year in the ‘World’s Best Employers’ survey list compiled by the Forbes magazine. We are also delighted that once again we are the only company representing our country in Fortune Global 500 that lists the world’s largest companies”.

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