Uygar Industry was established in 2002 with the name of Pusula for the production, trade and after-sales activities in the fields of Asphalt, Road, and Construction Machineries and Equipment. By successfully continuing its works and offering R&D / Innovation contributions in these fields it has become one of the important companies over time and it was named as Uygar Industry in the beginning of 2017.
As of 2007, it started to give more importance to the field of Asphalt and Road Machinery. Subsequently, in 2010, with the development of crumb rubber modifier (CRM) materials obtained from the recycling of waste tires as Bitumen and/or Asphalt Modifying Materials; it started to trade and manufacture “rubber modified bitumen plant” and rubber modified bitumen-asphalt application. Our company is leading the way in producing better quality asphalt and constructing high quality, longer life roads as well as eliminating environmental problems thanks to recycling of waste tires.
Uygar Industry; aims to be one of the most important building blocks of the sector with its service quality and solution oriented approaches that Turkish Highway Authority, Municipalities, Provincial Special Administrations and Turkish contractors offer in their domestic and international projects.
In this context, it continues its activities in the factory which has a total area of 4000 m2 and a closed area of 3000 m2 in Malıköy Anatolian Organized Industrial Zone (Anadolu OSB).
Uygar Industry has formed “Teltomat Turkey” joint venture, together with GP Teltomat which is the German manufacturer of asphalt plants and equipment, on asphalt and road machinery in Turkey, Europe, Middle East, Africa, Asian Turkish Republics and Iran, Ukraine, Russia, The Caucasus and the Balkans to provide manufacturing, sales and after-sales service in the field of asphalt and road machinery as of November 2017.
“Teltomat Turkey”, targeting new leadership about asphalt plants in the asphalt sector in Turkey, has started its activities as a companion of the asphalt sector on a 25/7 basis.