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Özsüt

Özsüt is a well-known patisserie chain primarily serving dessert / bakery products in Turkey. Özsüt is the second largest patisserie chain in Turkey, offering foodstuff mainly cakes and dairy desserts as its main products, and it is the only chain with an integrated production facility that can supply daily cake products throughout Turkey.

Key highlights

● Operations started as a desserts shop in Izmir by Sefer Usta, in 1938.
● Özsüt based in Izmir with 11,000sqm of closed area.
● Strong brand name with high recognition by end- consumers.
● Established a strong corporate governance platform with professional management, integrated SAP system and reporting tools, advanced supply chain & logistics management.
● Long –term contracts and clearly – defined and executed working relationship with the franchisees.
● Dedicated R&D department with a focus on developing new products.

Store Network Development

Özsüt has more than 180 stores in 46 cities predominantly located in city centers.

Company Profile

● İnfinity Invest Holding acquired %70 of Ozsut in 2014.
● Manages the second largest patisserie platform in Turkey and 11th largest platform in Europe in terms of number of locations.
● Competitive pricing policy to capture a large socio-economic spectrum of end –consumers.
● The Company’s sales comprise of two primary channels:
Store sales: mainly product sales and fees charged to franchisees operating under 2 different concepts.
B2B sales: packaged dairy dessert sales primarily to the leading retail chains under private label brands.

www.ozsut.com.tr

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