Quality Policy

The future will belong to businesses that produce quality and provide quality services.

Before the formation of industry in the modern sense, production was in the hands of craftsmen, in small workshops and at the speed allowed by manual skill. The responsibility for quality was also in the hands of the people who produced it, that is, the craftsmen. While production was progressing at this speed, the industrial revolution was realized. Manual labor was replaced by machines that produced much faster and cheaper. As a result of these developments, Production and Quality Control activities were separated from each other. Inspection stations were created as a new unit in enterprises and inspectors started to check the products produced by other workers. In this process, the real control function of the pre-industrial revolution has been lost. The work of the inspectors consisted mainly of sorting to ensure that faulty material did not reach the customer.

Towards the end of the 19th century, a system was developed that perhaps made America the world leader: The Taylor System. The essence of this system is that if all processes are standardized and broken down into simple and small parts that do not require any skill, a semi-skilled individual with a short period of training can do the job perfectly even if it requires a high level of skill.

Total Quality Management, in its most general form today, is defined as the continuous improvement of all activities in an organization and the achievement of profitability by satisfying employees, customers and society with the absolute active participation of all employees in the organization.

As can be understood from this definition, there is a significant change in the role expected from employees and managers in the Total Quality Approach, unlike the classical approach. In the new understanding, it is an understanding that fulfills its responsibilities completely, but in addition to this, it is an understanding that constantly thinks about doing its work more efficiently, improving business processes and adding these thoughts and skills to the system through various systematic participation methods.

We, as Ensar Tekstil family, within the framework of our company's Total Quality Management approach;

  • Evaluation of consumer requests by examining them meticulously
  • Providing the necessary technological facilities
  • Maintaining positive human relations within the business organization
  • We aim to ensure that quality and related concepts are fully and accurately understood and applied by all personnel.

In line with these objectives, it has always been our first priority that the yarn we will produce is always of the same standard and that it runs smoothly in the production stages after us. To ensure this;;

First of all, when the raw materials purchased in the raw material standards we set for all the yarns we will produce come to our facilities, our expert staff and the latest technology raw material measurement test devices (USTER HVI 1000, MN100 NEPS TESTER and UV MODULE) measure the compliance of the incoming raw material with our quality standards and as a result of this measurement, its availability and sorting process is carried out. Our aim here is to prevent faulty yarn production by standardizing the raw material-yarn relationship in achieving the desired yarn quality.

After correctly determining the raw material suitable for the appropriate yarn, which is the most important activity for yarn production, we determine the standards for the desired yarn and sliver quality at every stage of the production process and carry out our controls with USTER test devices with a sustainable, continuously controlled, proactive, preventable quality control approach that prioritizes prevention before errors occur.

In the same way, the physical properties of our finished bobbins such as strength - unevenness - color - number are checked visually and in the laboratory by our expert quality controllers.

Our products, which are controlled according to the quality standards determined at all stages of production, are packaged and ready for shipment in a way that will work with the best performance in the processes after us.