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21 June 2024, 19:57

Belarusian Brestgazoapparat eager to make more built-in appliances

BREST, 21 June (BelTA) – The Belarusian cooking stoves manufacturer SP OAO Brestgazoapparat intends to increase the output of built-in appliances. The plans were mentioned during a working trip of Prime Minister of Belarus Roman Golovchenko to Brest, BelTA has learned.

Roman Golovchenko was made familiar with Brestgazoapparat’s operation and prospects of the company’s development. In particular, the enterprise puts efforts into increasing the output of import-substituting products. “We cannot stay idle. We’ve adopted a business project that will last for five years,” Brestgazoapparat Director General Viktor Kuzminchuk said. “Since about 1,100m2 of this factory’s territory is used to warehouse parts and components, we’ve resolved a problem relating to the fulfillment of the business project, which envisages an increase in the output of built-in appliances in the future. We will dismantle warehouse facilities by building a wing for manufacturing and warehousing. We will move the warehouses here as well as part of the polystyrene division and the equipment that can be moved beyond limits of the main manufacturing site. The freed areas will be used to increase the output of new generations of built-in appliances.”

The Brest Oblast administration and Brestgazoapparat have also signed an investment contract for building a shop for plastic processing. There are plans to start making plastic products over there, coat them with protective decorative coating, assemble ready nodes, apply enamel plating to tops of gas stoves, and house a number of auxiliary services.

The prime minister was also informed about the social and economic development of Brest and the oblast. Roman Golovchenko paid attention to the preparation of education institutions for the new academic year and the readiness to switch them to new student meal principles.

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