565 facilities enter production stage in al-Sheik Najjar Industrial City, Aleppo

Aleppo, SANA-The number of the facilities which have been put into service again and started production in al-Sheikh Najjar Industrial City in Aleppo reached up to 565 facilities and currently 250 other facilities are being rehabilitated to put them back into service.

Industry Ministry Eng. Mohammad Maan Zain al-Abdin Jazbieh toured al-Sheikh Najjar Industrial City and inspected the reality of the work of facilities in it and the stages of production at them.

Director General of the General Establishment for Cement and Building Materials Dr. Ayman Nabhan, in a statement to SANA, said ” Certain parts of the Arab Cement Company on which heavy damages were inflicted at the hands of terrorists  and which went out of service are now being rehabilitated.”

Director-General of Homs Dairy Company,  Eng. Mohammad Hammad said that the production will be resumed at the diary factory in Aleppo over the coming months after repairing the machines which have been destroyed at the hands of terrorists.

Head of al-Sheikh Najjar Industrial City Hazem Ajjan,  said in a similar statement that the industrial water will be put into service again as the processes of pumping started to Aleppo and from it to the industrial city.

He added that the project of the fairgrounds will be also launched at the industrial city and it will be carried out soon.

In a statement to journalists, Industry Minister said that the industrialists have started to invest their facilities in a notable way, and they receive all the required support and attention by the Government.

He added that the facilities which have been put back into service enjoy a diversity of their products in the textile, chemical and food sectors.

Ruaa al-Jazaeri


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