Union Industry Minister inspects factories in Kyaukse Township

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MoI Union Minister Dr Charlie Than views round the Home Utility Factory (Minsu) in Mandalay Region.

Union Minister Dr Charlie Than of the Ministry of Industry inspected the Kyaukse Plastic Factory that halted its production line at the Kyaukse Industrial Zone in Mandalay Region on 11 September.
During the inspection, the Union minister said that the cooperation between MoI factories and private sectors can bring the improvement in manufacturing of local products which leads to lessening foreign currency use and fulfilling the need of domestic requirements including job opportunities for residents.
The Kyaukse Plastic Factory was built in 2001 and manufacturing activities began in 2004. The factory produces cement bags (with and without paper).
Afterwards, the Union minister observed the production of hospital beds and other supplies at the Home Utility Factory (Minsu) for timely production and delivery to hospitals that will be opened in expanded districts. He then exhorted responsible personnel to follow the established quality management systems, exercise close supervision on unit labour cost, and take measures for the complete fabrication of raw materials and accessories according to the procedures.
The Home Utility Factory (Minsu) manufactures a variety of household stainless steel items, various hospital furniture, accessories for the surgery room, steel pipes and plastic materials. Those products are being displayed at the ministry’s product showrooms and produced according to the preference of the Ministry/Organization and private entrepreneurs. — MNA

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