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  • ​Atatürk obtained a Council of Ministers decision to entrust Isbank with the establishment of the Turkish Glass Industry.
  • The Founding Decree of Paşabahce Glass Plant and Ataturk’s reply to the invitation in telegraph.
  • The foundations of the country’s first glass production plant were laid by Prime Minister Ismet Inönü and Minister of Economy Celal Bayar in Beykoz, Paşabahçe.


  • The Paşabahçe Glass Plant, with a daily capacity of 25.000 bottles, was officially registered as “Türkiye Şişe ve Cam Fabrikaları Anonim Sosyetesi”.
  • The Paşabahçe Glass Plant began production with a workforce of 400 personnel.


  • The Paşabahçe Glass Plant became capable of meeting the country’s entire bottle and glassware demand by the end of the first year, with a production of 3000 tons.


  • The Paşabahçe Glass Plant acquired six single-handed bottle machines from Hanrez of Belgium.​​


  • Two Skoda brand bottle production machines were imported from Czechoslovakia for use in the Paşabahçe Glass Plant.


  • 4 IS automatic production machines (5000 tons/year) were brought to the Paşabahçe Glass Plant under the Marshall Plan.


  • Mechanical production began at the Paşabahçe Glass Plant.


  • Paşabahçe’s first retail shop was opened in Beyoğlu, Istanbul.
  • Paşabahçe participated for the first time in the Izmir International Fair.


  • The first H28 machine came into operation at the Paşabahçe Glass Plant.


  • Paşabahçe realized its first export to the United States of America (150,000 dollars).


  • The mechanical press was used for the first time at the Paşabahçe Glass Plant.


  • ​​Production of heat resistant glassware and laboratory equipment is started with Teknik Cam Sanayii A.Ş.​


  • Teknik Cam Sanayii AŞ began producing heat-resistant glass for tableware and laboratory apparatus.
  • Paşabahçe began production of crystal glassware with six batches.


  • Glass design started at Paşabahçe and selected articles were sent to the Lisbon International Hand-Made Glass Exhibition.


  • Paşabahçe took a step forward on the issue of fairs, which were deemed to be the most effective means of publicity at the time, and took part in eight fairs by constructing special pavilions.


  • The first tempered borosilicate glass was produced in Teknik Cam, and the first tempered press products were produced in Paşabahçe.


  • ​The first double gob press machine was commissioned in Paşabahçe.
  • Paşabahçe opened a representative office in New York and attended the Chicago Fair for the first time.


  • A hand cutting atelier for crystal ware was established by Paşabahçe Cam in the village of Öğümce.


  • İstanbul Porselen was incorporated in the Group.
  • Paşabahçe Tic. Ltd. was entrusted with the marketing and sales of porcelain ware.


  • Sinop Cam Sanayii AŞ was founded in Sinop with the purpose of producing handmade glass and crystal glass.


  • Chain activities under Paşabahçe Tic. Ltd. Şti concerning wholesale and retail marketing of glassware were transferred to the newly established Paşabahçe Perakende Satışlar Ltd. Şti.
  • The first glass bead machine was commissioned in Paşabahçe.
  • The first panelled and thick-bottomed production was commissioned in Paşabahçe.


  • Production begun in Kırklareli Cam Sanayii was commissioned to produce glassware using automated machines and soda glass.


  • Paşabahçe participated in the Izmir Fair for the first time with its own pavilion.


  • The first continuous electric furnace (active until 1995) for crystal production was commissioned at Paşabahçe.


  • The “stationary glass blowing” technique was used for the first time at Kırklareli Cam.


  • The first H28 machine made in Turkey by Camiş Makina Kalıp Plant was commissioned in Paşabahçe.
  • Product packaging operations in Kırklareli Glass Plant were automated for the first time, with robots packaging teacups.


  • The first glass robot was used in the production of glassware.


  • The first glass robot was used in the production of glassware.
  • The first forehearth was commissioned at Kırklareli Cam, where automatic production of stemmed glasses began as well as the use of warehouse barcode for products for the first time.
  • Istanbul Porselen was decommissioned.


  • ​​The “pulled stem” technique developed at Kırklareli Cam became part of commercial production.​​


  • Sinop Cam Sanayii AŞ ceased production.
  • The first press-blowing machine was commissioned at Paşabahçe.


  • Production ceased at Paşabahçe El İmalatı plant.


  • Paşabahçe began centrifugally moulded production using a fully automated machine made in Turkey.
  • Denizli Cam Sanayii ve Ticaret AŞ was incorporated into Şişecam.


  • The first 18-section H28 machine was commissioned at Kırklareli Cam.
  • Production of hand-made crystal began at Denizli Cam.


  • Kırklareli Cam Sanayii AŞ and Paşabahçe Tic.Ltd. Şti. were incorporated into Paşabahçe Cam Sanayii AŞ and Paşabahçe’s automatic glassware production at Beykoz, Kırklareli, and Mersin plants as well as the marketing and sales activities were brought together under the same roof.
  • Paşabahçe furnaces produced their first colored glass.
  • The Kırıkkale Plant adopted oxy-fuel burning technology at its borosilicate furnace.
  • Kırklareli Cam Sanayii AŞ completed its investment in the Mersin plant, which was commissioned with the purpose of producing glassware.
  • The first double-gob press blowing machine was commissioned at the Paşabahçe Mersin Plant.


  • The Kırklareli Plant began automatic production using carbon moulds.
  • Paşabahçe partnered with Schott Germany to found Paşabahçe Schott Cam Sanayii ve Ticaret AŞ to produce hotel and restaurant articles. Construction work for a joint-investment plant in Eskişehir began.


  • Paşabahçe Mersin Plant received TS-ISO 9002 KGS certification.
  • Paşabahçe Cam Sanayi ve Ticaret AŞ received TS-ISO 9001 KGS certification.
  • Glassware Group attended the Hong Kong Fair with a specially manufactured stand.
  • Paşabahçe Mersin Plant began producing glass bricks.
  • Schott Paşabahçe GmbH Sales and Distribution Company was founded in Munich, Germany.


  • The investment for the glassware plant in Eskişehir by Paşabahçe Schott Cam Sanayii ve Ticaret AŞ was completed and commissioned.
  • The Ocmi process stemmed product line was commissioned at the Paşabahçe Eskişehir Plant.
  • The heat-resistant large glass press was commissioned at the Paşabahçe Kırklareli Plant for industrial products.
  • Tübitak provided R&D assistance for four projects by the Glassware Business. The company received the honor award by Mimar Sinan University for its work addressing industrial designers in Turkey.
  • Plain products were manufactured in the winnowing machine and a tempering laboratory was established in the Paşabahçe Plant.


  • A German company was acquired and renamed Paşabahçe Glas GmbH with the purpose of developing the image of the Paşabahçe brand in the international glassware market.
  • The Eskişehir Plant resumed production and the Ocmi stem machine was commissioned.
  • Glassware Group opened a representation office in Moscow.


  • Renovation began in Paşabahçe Shops on the basis of the new showroom concept.


  • Production ceased at Paşabahçe Beykoz Plant.


  • The second furnace was commissioned at Paşabahçe Eskişehir Cam Sanayii AŞ.
  • Paşabahçe made its first foreign investment and acquired Posuda Ltd., a glassware producer in the Russian Federation.
  • The Paşabahçe Ornamentation Workshop was founded in order to increase the supply of products with added value.
  • The Paşabahçe Kırklareli Plant received permission from the National Weights and Measures Laboratory to print the “British Royal Crown” on its products.
  • Trakya Investment B.V. and Paşabahçe Investment B.V. were founded in the Netherlands.
  • Paşabahçe bought 100percent of Posuda Ltd. shares from BOR Glassworks.


  • The extension and modernization investment in the Paşabahçe Posuda Plant in the Russian Federation was completed and commissioned.
  • Paşabahçe USA was founded in New York in order to directly sell products to the US market.
  • Paşabahçe Mağazaları B.V. was founded in the Netherlands for showroom investments.
  • Paşabahçe undertook investing in Bulgaria for establishing a new glassware plant.
  • Paşabahçe opened a represetation office in Spain.


  • The new glassware plant in Bulgaria was commissioned.
  • The first foreign prestige shop of Paşabahçe Mağazaları was opened in Moscow.


  • Paşabahçe and Arc International signed a partnership deal for catering services in North America and agreed on developing a similar project in China.
  • The Fine Glass furnace at the Paşabahçe Kırklareli Plant was fired.


  • Automated production of “f&d” brand crystal ware began as a result of intensive R&D work.


  • ​Working with top designers in Turkey and the world, Şişecam Group created its global design brand 'Nude'.


  • Paşabahçe Mağazaları opened its first store abroad in Milan.
  • The decoration atelier at the Paşabahçe Mersin Plant was closed.
  • The new “Quality Control Center” was opened at the Paşabahçe Kırklareli Plant.


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