|Traded as||BİST: VESTL|
|Key people||Turan Erdogan, (CEO)|
|Revenue||US$ 2.8 Billion (2010)|
|Net income||US$ 20.7 Million (2010)|
Vestel is a Turkish home and professional appliances manufacturing company consisting of 18 companies specialised in electronics, major appliances and information technology. Vestel's headquarters and production plant are located in Manisa, while the company's parent conglomerate is the Istanbul based Zorlu Holding.
Vestel, together with its subsidiary brands has a significant share in the European market of consumer electronics and home appliances, in particular TV sets. As of 2006, Vestel was the largest TV producer in Europe with more than 8 million units sold, accounting for a quarter of the European market. Vestel also has a subsidiary brand Vestfrost, which is popular in the Nordic countries.
- Digihome Consumer electronics brand
- Electra A UK white goods brand
- Finlux A Finnish consumer electronics brand
- Graetz A white goods brand sold in German-speaking countries
- Innohit (Italian TV brand) is manufactured under license from the brand owner.
- Isis (UK TV and white goods brand)
- Celcus (UK TV Brand)
- Luxor (a former Swedish brand previously owned by Nokia)
- Regal A Turkish brand also sold in Russia
- SEG A Turkish brand also sold in Russia
- Servis A UK white goods brand
- Techwood A consumer electronics brand
- Telefunken (German TV brand) is manufactured under license from the brand owner.
- Vestfrost (a former Danish white goods brand purchased by Vestel)
- Waltham (a former UK brand purchased by Vestel)
|This Turkish corporation or company article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.|