Dushanbe flour milling plant re-launches operations after 30 years of being idle
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An official reopening ceremony of the plant that took place on December 16 was attended by President Emomali Rahmon and Dushanbe Mayor Rustam Emomali, according to the Tajik president’s official website.
The Dushanbe flour milling plant had not been in operation for 30 years due to significant functional and moral depreciation of the equipment.
The total area of the Dushanbe flour mill is 4 hectares. The plant has been modernized by local entrepreneurs.
The cost of the reconstruction of the Dushanbe flour milling plant is reportedly 50 million somonis.
The plant now has capacity of processing 400 tons of wheat per day and producing 10 types of flour. Besides, the Dushanbe flour mill also produces buckwheat groats, pasta, and bakery products and flour-containing confectionary products.
Source: Asia Plus