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Fasteners to the Global Industrial and Automotive Market Places

At its production plant and headquarters in Istanbul, Turkey; NET Cold Formed Components® has been producing special bolts and tailor-made fastening elements for the last 70 years

NET CFC® has been established in 1949 and started screw production in 1953 and bolt production in 1962. NET CFC® is serving 100% to the automotive industry with a capacity of 12.000 tonnes production per annum..

The product range varies from M5 up to M24 and lengths from 8 mm to 220 mm.

Export volume is 85% of the total production and delivered to Germany, France, Sweden, Spain, Italy, Belgium, USA, China, Romania, Slovakia, UK, Hungary, Holland, South Korea, and the Czech Republic for industrial and automotive applications of safety-related components

NET CFC® is a leading and experienced company in cold formed components’ production for OEM, Tier 1 and Tier 2 customers of the automotive industry with its proven quality and modern machinery park. The production facility in Istanbul is close to the ports, 3 major airports, and to the European highways network.


Company Structure

NET Cold Formed Components® is a joint venture of Plogsties GmbH, Telmetal A.Ş. and Willi Hahn GmbH

Plogsties GmbH was founded in 1983 and located in Reinbek Germany. The production range includes all kinds of special and customized parts, such as screws, bushes, nuts, rivets, and washers.

Telmetal A.Ş. was established in 1989 to meet the steel needs of the fastener industry for cold forging. The company has always targetted providing the best service to its customers in the market conditions where there is intense competition by closely following technological developments.

Willi Hahn GmbH was founded in 1939 and has 2 sister companies in Sasbach and Wuppertal Germany in the cold extruded parts industry. As a development supplier and international service leader; Wiha produces cold extruded parts, turned parts and milled parts, which always correspond to the highest customer-specific requirements and the standards of the industry branches in the respective countries.