In the realm of Turkey's steel dominion, the prominent protagonist, Borusan Mannesmann, takes center stage, unveiling a tale of fiscal triumph and operational prowess for the initial half of this year. As the curtain rises on this financial saga, a resplendent net profit of TRY 2.54 billion ($128.52 million) graces the company's coffers, an astronomical ascent from the antecedent figure of TRY 385.29 million in the corresponding span of 2022.The symphony of fiscal success swells further as the company's sales revenues scale new heights, surging by a staggering 82.3% year on year to attain the summit of TRY 15.57 billion ($784.72 million). These financial crescendos echo the company's adept maneuvering within the complex harmonies of the market, orchestrating a symphony of success.Within the symposium of premium quality products, a harmonious rise of 8.7% year on year manifests, a reflection of the company's finely tuned resonance with demand dynamics. Of this melodious arrangement, a crescendo resounds as 78% of these premium products traverse the seas to export markets, showcasing Borusan Mannesmann's global orchestration of commerce.Distinct notes of distinction emerge within the orchestra, with high value-added pipes, including the specialty and spiral variants, composing a substantial 82% of the total premium product sales turnover. Another crescendo arises from the echoes of high value-added drilling pipes, accounting for 60% of the same turnover, symbolizing the company's harmonic blend of innovation and strategic acumen.In this harmonic odyssey, the acquisition of US-based Berg Pipe accentuates the melody with a 21% increase in sales volumes. Like a maestro expanding his repertoire, Borusan Mannesmann's turnover from value-added spirally-welded pipe sales contributes a notable nine percent to the ensemble of premium quality pipes.