The National Company for Rubber and Plastic Products in Damascus achieved sales of about 2.6 billion pounds during the first nine months of this year, with an implementation rate of 90 percent of the marketing and production plan, according to the company's figures.
Eligibility Director Anas Yassin explained in a statement to SANA’s representative that the company, despite what it suffers from a shortage of labor and poor supply of raw materials, which are plastic granules, as a result of the unjust economic siege conditions, has been able to achieve this value from production and sales, pointing out that the estimated profits for this period amount to more than 200 million lira.
Yassin pointed out that the company’s cadres are constantly working to maintain its machines and equipment to be in a good technical condition and ready for production, in addition to making modifications to some machines, including the Al-Sharing machine, which enabled it to manufacture other types of products and raise the production capacity of the company, which reached about 36 tons last month, exceeding the plan Monthly about 6 tons.
Yassin said that the company is keen to “reduce waste to the minimum and invest the available energies” and recycle materials resulting from the manufacture of other materials by treating them in the shredding and granulating machines to be used in specific proportions in the manufacture of new materials without affecting their quality or quality, stressing that the percentage of waste in the process The company's manufacturing is zero percent.
According to the director of the company, the production and sales figures do not reflect the technical and human capacities of the eligibility, and the reason is the lack of raw materials, which are repeatedly announced to solicit quantities, but none of the suppliers come forward, which makes them resort to direct purchase or borrowing and in specific quantities to implement the monthly contracts concluded with public and private entities such as the public company For water bottling, which requires monthly about 30 tons of the shring material needed to wrap water bottles in its laboratories.