Hektaş moved up two ranks in the FTSE Developed Europe Index
Hektaş in the ‘Large Cap’ Index
Growing its market value by 48 times as of the end of 2021 with the investments it made during the last five years, Hektaş rose two ranks in the Financial Times Stock Exchange (FTSE) Developed Europe Index traded on the London Stock Exchange and listed in the ‘Large Cap Index’.
Hektaş, the pioneer of smart agriculture in Turkey, moved up two ranks in the Financial Times Stock Exchange (FTSE) Developed Europe Index traded on the London Stock Exchange. Thus, Hektaş moved from the ‘Small Cap Index’ to the ‘Large Cap Index’. Hektaş had previously moved from the ‘Very Small Cap Index’ to the ‘Small Cap Index’ on September 21, 2020.
OYAK Food, Agriculture and Animal Husbandry Sector Group President Levent Ortakçıer stated that HEKTAŞ, as a company touching both its producers and consumers and creating value for the economy, has entered new fields such as organomineral-based plant nutrition, seeds, animal health and pet food in the last six years.
Ortakçıer highlighted that Hektaş, which is indirectly traded in the American Stock Exchange and the London Stock Exchange and preferred by foreigners, has continuously developed its product and customer portfolio, and aims to increase its export and production volume significantly, especially by opening up more to foreign markets in the coming periods.