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Cuba is repairing equipment for 2021/22 sugar harvest

Cuba is repairing equipment for 2021/22 sugar harvest

Havana, Oct 12  (Prensa Latina) The Technical and Industrial Services Company (Zeti) is undertaking works in order to guarantee the start of sugar mills for the 2021/22 sugar harvest; said works also contemplate repairing nine turbogenerator steam turbines.
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The company is also repairing 14 generator rotors, recovering commercial centrifuges rotors, making carbon brushes and rubber components, among others.

The general director of Zeti, Alina Sardiñas, recently gave statements to Prensa Latina saying they are fabricating and readying sugar cane and bagasse transporters.

2021 has been a follow-up to 2020 in terms of the hard epidemic situation and the worsening of the US blockade against Cuba, which made more complex the availability of material and financial resources and made it tenser for Zeti to fulfill its commitments, Sardiñas said.

In Sardiñas’ words, the collective over 5,000 workers-strong is conscious of the decisive role the company is playing in the start-up of the mills, which is why it has multiplied its efforts in order to contribute to this purpose.

The general director said they are working in finishing up the dwellings plan, which contributes to stabilizing the work force in the sector.

She stressed finally that Zeti has joined the works in neighborhoods and communities in the capital and other provinces, and is fabricating playground rides and repairing and building houses, schools, doctors’ consulting offices and others.

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