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Fiber factory opened in Kabul city

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Fiber factory opened in Kabul city

fiber factoryA fiber production factory called Paktika Shaheen has been opened in Kabul city.

The factory has the capacity to produce 7,000 tons of fiber in a day.

Addressing the inaugural ceremony, head of the factory Haji Sheikh Mohammad said empty water and other beverages’ bottles are used as raw material for producing fiber in the factory.

“The investment amount of USD 2 million in the factory exemplifies that our investors are willing to continue investing in the country and help in the reconstruction process,” said Chairman of the Afghanistan Investment Support Agency, Wafiullah Iftekhar.

Meanwhile, CEO of the Da Afghanistan Breshna Sherkab (DABS),Abdul Razique Samadi, said his company would ensure supply of electricity for industrial sites of the country.



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