The first lift in Turkey was built in 1892 at a hotel in Istanbul.Built by French architect A. Valley, this elevetor is 5 people / 400 kg capacity and still is used today. Turkey’s second elevator was built in 1907 in Izmir by Matt Levi, it was powered by steam power and after serving for many years was donated to the Metropolitan Municipality of Izmir.
While the elevator sector in Turkey rapidly were advancing Aspar Asansor was established in Ankara in 1976. As a family company founded by Aksoz brothers it stands on with the second generation Aksoz brothers named as Aspar Asansor Aksamları Pazarlama San. Tic. A. S.
Aspar Asansor has established a manufacturing factory named Aksoz Makina in 1996 in order to compete against the fluctuating market conditions and the increasing demand in the sector. Therefore,it has contributed to the economy of the country by providing a new labor force to the increasing volume of work.
Over the years,with the focuse on R&D work besides standard elevator spare parts,the sector has gained new products with its innovative thinking structure and also certified products.
Aspar Elevator has a significant position in the sector as a company that also manufactures products from 2000s.It’s first goal among its priorities is to reach the customers in the most accurate and fastest manner.To be a trademark both in Turkey and abroad,one of the most important thing is to keep in step with the technology.With its professional team using professional knowledge and experience,it become a wanted name in domestic market and abroad.With its 1850 types of sheave models in its portfolio,the company is proud to be able to offer original service to its customers.
Today,Aspar Asansor has created a considerable manufacturing volume in its production area reaching closed production capacity of 12 thousand m2 and has succeeded in catching the world standard in its products.Especially in recent years, giving importance to promotional and advertising work,the export sales network has reached 48 countries in 4 continents.