Nevzat Özgörkey started his business career as a partner of Terakki Kollektif Co., which Fahrettin Resmor founded for imports and sales of machinery equipment, engines, and accumulators.
Terakki Co. started to sell Slavia and Peloponnese engines.
Nevzat Özgörkey acquired the brand and distribution rights of Milangaz and undertook the gas distribution operations in the Aegean Region of Turkey with the motto ‘Milangaz the first gas in Turkey.’
On July 1, 1966, a bottling and distribution agreement was made with Coca-Cola.
On February 23, 1967, Nevzat Özgörkey founded Imbat Meşrubat Sanayi Inc. together with his partners Erdoğan Özgörkey, Nazım Özgörkey, Bahri Balıkçılar, Namık Elal and Mustafa Kardiçalı. On October 13, 1967, Imbat Meşrubat started the first-ever Coca-Cola distribution in Izmir.
On May 18, 1967, Ege Brewery and Malt Inc. was founded as a 50:50 joint venture by Terakki Kollektif Co. and Erciyas Brewery.
The construction of the Bornova Plant was completed, and the first-ever Coca-Cola production in Izmir was made on June 3, 1968.
In line with Nevzat Özgörkey’s decision to focus on Brewing and Coca-Cola investments, Milangaz shares were sold to Demirören Group.
ÖZ-PA company was established to distribute Coca-Cola to the regions outside of Antalya.
The foundation of the first Coca-Cola plant in Antalya was laid.
Antalya Coca-Cola Plant was opened.
ÖZDAĞ company was established to distribute Coca-Cola to the Antalya region.
Coca-Cola İzmir Kemalpaşa Plant was established.
Schweppes İzmir Işıkkent Plant was acquired from Çukurova Group.
Romania’s first Coca-Cola plant was established in Constanta.
A Coca-Cola plant was established in Galati, Romania.
Etap Plastik Inc. shares were acquired.
Meysin Tarsus, the concentrated fruit juice plant, which later expanded into Anadolu Etap with new investments, was acquired from Nadir Group and started to operate under the name Etap Tarım ve Gıda Inc.
Nestea and Cappy fruit juices production started at the Etap Tarım Plant in Tarsus.
In line with the change in The Coca-Cola Company’s partnership structure, Coca-Cola İçecek A.Ş. was established with the participation of Özgörkey and Anadolu Group.
The investments of the Nevzat Özgörkey family were gathered under the umbrella of Özgörkey Holding, which was established in Pınarbaşı by Nevzat, Cemal and Armağan Özgörkey.
The flexible packaging company Etapak Ambalaj Inc. was established following the acquisition of a packaging plant in Pınarbaşı.
Etapak acquired 50% of Korsini Ambalaj shares operating in İzmir Alsancak, and the two companies merged under the name Koreta Ambalaj.
After acquiring the remaining shares of Koreta Ambalaj by Özgörkey Holding, the company was named once again as Etapak Ambalaj.
Etapak moved to its modern facilities in Çiğli, İzmir, where it still operates.
CCI shares were publicly offered as of May 12, CCI at the Istanbul Stock Exchange.
Anadolu Efes and Burlingtown company, owned by the Cutrale family from Brazil, joined Etap Tarım, and the company was renamed Anadolu Etap.
Anadolu Etap’s first farm investment was made on 6,000 decares of land in the Çanakkale Kumkale location.
A new farm investment was made in Adana Ceyhan, on 1,200 decares, with 97,600 fruit trees. 100,000 tons of fruit processing capacity has been reached.
On April 23, 2011, the first fruit tree was planted on the Ceyhan Farm. With the farm investments made in Şanlıurfa Ceylanpınar and Çanakkale Kumkale, a total of 8,300 decares of land and a total of 560,000 fruit trees have been reached.
Ahmet Nevzat Özgörkey Environment and Water Foundation NEVSU was established on April 25, 2013, with the mission of protecting Turkey’s water resources for future generations.
With the Balıkesir Tahirova Farm investment, a total of 18,300 decares of land and approximately 1.7 million fruit trees have been reached. With the establishment of the Konya Karapınar Farm, 2.5 million trees have been reached on an area of 21,800 decares. With the acquisition of Penkon, a competitor in the fruit juice sector, in July 2013, the highest fruit concentrate production was achieved.
Etap Doğan company was established with 25% partnership of Doğan Plastik.
The Isparta Factory, which has an annual fruit processing capacity of 100,000 tons, was established. Turkey's leading high-tech fruit processing, packaging, and storage facility with a capacity of 20 tons per hour was established in Balikesir Gönen.
With the Denizli Kıralan Farm investment, Anadolu Etap became “Turkey's largest orchard” with 2.6 million fruit trees on an area of 23,000 decares.
With the contract agriculture started in Karaman Farm, 4.2 million fruit trees have been reached on 29,000 decares of land, including all farms.