INDUSTRIAL REGISTRATION CERTIFICATE
It is the certificate given to industrial enterprises, enterprises that make continuous and rapid repairs, and large construction companies such as power plants that produce electricity or other energy, and shipbuilding through the Provincial Directorates of Industry and Commerce affiliated to the Ministry of Industry.
REQUIRED DOCUMENTS FOR APPLICATION
1- Industrial Registry Declaration (Sansic A and Sansic C forms) Sansic C form is filled only by businesses using Intangible Rights (License, Know-how, Patent).
2- Annual Business Chart (Sansic B form) The company's activities related to the previous year should be shown. It must be given at the first application and every year.
3- The Capacity Report Period must be approved by the relevant Chamber.
4- Trade Registry Gazette Photocopies of the newspaper of the establishment and if any change has been made, the title change (Official Sector Enterprises do not need to submit the Trade Registry Gazette)
5-Lease Agreement A copy of the lease agreement for at least one year, in case the machinery is rented.
BENEFITS OF THE DOCUMENT FOR INDUSTRIAL ENTERPRISES
• They benefit from the VAT Postponement-Cancellation process in the delivery of goods with export registration.
• They pay their electricity bills from the Industrial Subscriber Tariff.
• They are advantageous in determining the domestic bidders in the Public Procurement Law.
• They indirectly provide job opportunities.
• They benefit from the support provided by Public Institutions and Organizations.
OBLIGATIONS OF CERTIFIED ENTERPRISES
a) In case of a change in the information given in the first application for the certificate, and in case the industrial enterprise is permanently or temporarily closed or re-activates, it is obligatory to inform the Provincial Directorate of Industry and Commerce affiliated to the Ministry of Industry within one month.
b) Enterprises are obliged to submit the annual operating schedule containing the information of the previous year to the Provincial Directorates of Industry and Commerce until the end of April.
c) Incorrect information should not be given by industrial enterprises.
Administrative fines are imposed on those who do not comply with the above-mentioned articles.
The original document and annual operating schedule are applied to the relevant Provincial Directorates of Industry and Commerce. Renewals are made every 2 years.
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