The branch of the Syrian Grain Corporation in Daraa has completed the maintenance work of the Yarmouk mill, to start operating it by securing about 70 tons of flour per day for public and private bakeries.
The director of the institution's branch in Daraa, Eng. Issam al-Sayasneh, stated in a statement to SANA's reporter today that the maintenance work was imposed by the long working conditions in it and the low production capacity, indicating that the mill has a second production line that stopped during the war years, and a small mill with a capacity of 30 tons per day that needs cadres to operate it.
He added: The Yarmouk mill is the only mill in the governorate and covers part of the needs of the population, indicating that the difficulties of work are represented in the lack of cadres and the frequent and long power outages.
The director of the Yarmouk Mill, Ammar al-Miqdad, stated in a similar statement that the mill workers are making great efforts to secure part of the needs of public and private bakeries, indicating that the wheat needed for work is drawn from the silos of Izraa in Daraa Governorate, and from the governorates of Lattakia and Tartous, while the needs of all bakeries are covered by flour. Which reaches up to 370 tons per day through the General Administration in Damascus.
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