Proof Of Quality and Trust
Our International recognized certificates are a result of the quality of service we provide.

Our aim is always to meet the expectations of our customers with a transparent, ethical trade understanding and to ensure information security. The most important indicators of these are our international certificates that we received…

01 TRACE Certificate

TRACE is a non-profit organization that cooperates with companies in terms of the implementation of international commercial activities with a transparent and ethical understanding, which aims to create anti-bribery and anti-corruption standards. Trace, which has many members from small/midsize companies (SMC) to international companies, provides companies with the opportunity to partnership with multinational companies through the TRACE certificate.

As Kizilkaya, we own the ‘TRACE International Due Dilligence Certificate (approval number TC5172-6529) which is of great importance for the continuity of transparent trade.

02 ISO 9001: 2015 (Quality Management System)

ISO 9001 Quality Management System; is a standard which, while fulfilling customer expectations, needs and requirements of legislation, prioritizes on customer satisfaction. The purpose of this standard is to reduce current errors and defects or to predict the errors that may occur. The ISO 9001 standard, applicable to large and small scale companies from every industry, gives companies guidance by determining the minimum requirements for an effective quality management system.

03 IAS Accredited ISO 9001:2015 and ISO 27001:2017

IAS accredited ISO 9001:2015 and ISO 27001:2017 certifications are available. As one of the leading accreditation bodies in the United States, IAS is a signatory to four primary international organizations that have created a unified system for evaluating and recognizing authorized accreditation bodies worldwide. It has been providing accreditation services since 1975 and is a non-profit organization working in the public interest. IAS accredits companies and organizations of many kinds, including government agencies, commercial enterprises and professional associations. IAS accreditation programs are based on recognized national and international standards that enable their accreditation to be accepted domestically or globally.

04 ISO 27001:2017 (Information Security Management System)

Transfer, use and confidentiality of information is becoming increasingly important with today's technological developments. Therefore, ISO 27001, an information security management system that includes people, processes and information systems for corporate information security, creates an environment of trust for both companies and business partners. This internationally recognized standard covers all small or large-scale companies in different sectors. The Authorized Economic Operator status, which was implemented by the Ministry of Customs and Trade within the scope of the Regulation on Facilitation of Customs Affairs published in the Official Gazette dated January 10, 2013, is granted to companies that fulfill their customs obligations, have financial competence and security standards (ISO 27001 and ISO 9001).

05 ISO 37001 Anti-Corruption Management System

Our organization, which has been certified by TRACE INTERNATIONAL, an international anti-bribery organization, has been audited by TGS INTERNATIONAL, an internationally recognized certification company, as a continuation of its commitment to this issue and scope,  has been entitled to receive its certificate by proving that it meets the requirements of ISO 37001:2016 Anti-Corruption Management System.

06 Trade.gov Customs Brokerage Partner

Kızılkaya, the Turkish partner for US companies! Kızılkaya has been selected by the US International Trade Administration as a customs brokerage solution partner for US companies, who do export in Turkey. Click for detailed information!

07 Istanbul Customs Brokerage Association

Customs Brokerage has been a profession that has existed in our country for 90 years from 1909 to 1999 under the name of Customs Brokerage. The Instruction on Customs Brokers was prepared in 1909 and entered into force on July 01, 1909. With the circular dated 25.06.1909 and numbered 252, it was stated that the Customs Brokers must obtain a license from the Customs Administration before July 01, 1909, and those who did not obtain this document could not pursue business at customs as of July 01, 1909.

08 Mersin Customs Brokers Association

Mersin Customs Brokers Association is a community established in Mersin and acting in line with certain objectives. The main purpose of the Mersin Customs Brokers Association statement is that the interests of all members of the profession will be protected and that they will strive with all their strength to legalize this.  Issues such as ensuring the elimination of injustices within the association by applying sanctions such as tax responsibilities customs disciplinary penalties are among the main objectives of Mersin Customs Brokers Association.

09 Bursa Customs Brokers Association

Bursa Customs Brokers Association started its activities on July 24, 1998 by obtaining authorization as Customs Brokers Association.The number of Customs brokers who follow the business around Bursa Chief Directorate of Customs reached 20 in June 1998. Upon this development, eight customs brokers came together and established the Bursa Customs Brokers Association in accordance with Article 166 of the abrogated GK No. 1615. 4458 numbered Customs Law entered into force on February 02, 2000 and the powers and responsibilities of Customs brokers were increased. Their titles became Customs brokers and their associations became Customs Brokers Association.

10 German-Turkish Chamber of Commerce and Industry

The German Chambers of Commerce Abroad (AHKs) offer their experience, contacts and services to German and foreign companies in 140 centers in 92 countries. The German Chambers of Commerce Abroad are represented in all countries of particular importance for the German economy. In Germany, the German Chambers of Commerce Abroad are closely linked to the network of German Chambers of Industry and Commerce (IHK). Together, the IHK and AHKs support German companies in establishing and developing economic relations abroad.

11 Italian Chamber of Commerce and Industry Association

It carries out numerous activities aimed at developing and strengthening trade relations between Italy and Türkiye. The Chamber supports companies and organizations wishing to start or strengthen commercial relations in these two markets.

12 CCI France International (UCCIFE)

Founded in 1885 as an Association in accordance with Turkish law and financed entirely by its own resources, our Association today has nearly 400 member companies, 2/3 Turkish and 1/3 French, operating in various sectors. The existence of this network gives the Turkish-French Trade Association a unique market assessment opportunity and enables it to maintain good relations with all kinds of medium or small-sized companies as well as large groups.

13 Ethics and Reputation Society (TEİD)

TEİD was founded in May 2010 by the leading companies of our country with the aim of ensuring that business ethics becomes the cornerstone of the written culture of all companies operating in Türkiye.

Italian Chamber of Commerce and Industry Association
Bursa Customs Brokers Association
Mersin Customs Brokers Association
Istanbul Customs Brokerage Association
CCI France International (UCCIFE)
German-Turkish Chamber of Commerce and Industry
Ethics and Reputation Society (TEİD)
Trade.gov Customs Brokerage Partner
ISO 37001 Anti-Corruption Management System
ISO 27001:2017 (Information Security Management System)
ISO 9001: 2015 (Quality Management System)
IAS Accredited ISO 9001:2015 and ISO 27001:2017
TRACE Certificate
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