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Aygaz A.Ş.
Anonim Şirket
Traded as BİST: AYGAZ
Industry Energy
Founded 1961 (1961)
Founder Vehbi Koç
Headquarters Zincirlikuyu, Istanbul, Turkey
Area served
Key people
Rahmi Koç (Chairman)
Yağız Eyüboğlu (CEO)[1]
Products LPG, autogas
Revenue Increase Turkish lira symbol 8x10px.png 5.456 billion[1]
Increase Turkish lira symbol 8x10px.png 149 million[1]
Increase Turkish lira symbol 8x10px.png 380 million[1]
Total assets Increase Turkish lira symbol 8x10px.png 2.712 billion[1]
Total equity Increase Turkish lira symbol 8x10px.png 2.155 billion[1]
Owner Koç Holding
Number of employees
Website www.aygaz.com.tr

Aygaz is Turkey’s 7th largest industrial organization according to the listing by Istanbul Chamber of Commerce. It is owned by the Koç Group, and partly floated on the Istanbul Stock Exchange.

Aygaz brings together the energy firms of the Koç Group outside the oil and refinery sector. Its subsidiary portfolio ranges from LPG trade to electricity and natural gas. Having been the leader of the LPG sector in Turkey since its foundation in 1961[citation needed], Aygaz manufactures and sells LPG devices in addition to distributing LPG as auto gas, cylinder gas and bulk gas. Serving customers in 81 provinces with more than 3,800 cylinder gas dealers and auto gas stations[citation needed], Aygaz also exports LPG devices to 22 countries in Europe, Africa and the Middle East.[citation needed] Aygaz cylinders are delivered to over 100,000 homes every day, while over one million vehicles travel with Aygaz’s auto gas product, Aygaz Euro LPG+, every day.[citation needed] With more than 15.000 personnel working at the headquarters, facilities and dealerships.[citation needed]

Recent activities[edit]

In 2011, the consolidated sales revenue of Aygaz reached 5,456 million TL and its net profit raised to 380 million TL.[citation needed]

Subsidiaries and Affiliates[edit]

  • Mogaz
  • Akpa
  • Aygaz Doğalgaz
  • Anadoluhisarı Tankercilik
  • AES Entek
  • EYAŞ


  1. ^ a b c d e f g h "ANNUAL REPORT 2011" (PDF). Retrieved July 1, 2012. 

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