Refining production faces challenges in Florida (+Audio and Post)

Florida, Mar. 20 – With more than 130 tons of refined sugar produced to date, workers and managers of the Central Ignacio Agramonte Loynaz industry, in the municipality of Florida, challenge limitations and seek alternatives to move forward under the challenges of the current situation.

The commitment of most of the operators and technicians of the system and the experience accumulated in the management of machinery with dozens of years of exploitation constitute today the main driving force for the reprocessing of crude sugar in that Florida entity.

To the defense of the 2024 refined sugar production plan at the Ignacio Agramonte Agroindustrial Enterprise factory are added ideas and solutions proposed by the movement of innovators and rationalizers.

This group assumed the proposal to deliver in the current stage around seven thousand tons of the whitest possible grain for the basic food basket and other sectors prioritized by the country’s economy.

Other details are provided by Engineer Ángel Abreu Díaz, Head of Manufacturing in the sugar industry of the Ignacio Agramonte sugar mill, who comments on the efforts and limitations in the current crude refining campaign in that production unit.

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