Florida, Dec 26.- The Basic Cooperative Production Unit (UBPC) Las Martinas, from the municipality of Florida, remains at the forefront of the productive entities with the best comprehensive results in the territory’s sugarcane system, a success that responds both to cohesion as well as the prevailing spirit of victory in said group.
Among the strengths of this UBPC in the stage that is ending, the strengthening of the eight labor groups formed in the cooperative stands out, as well as the salary linkage of its members to the results obtained on each front.
During this harvest, the Las Martinas cooperative, affiliated with the system of the Argentine Agroindustrial Sugar Company, expects to harvest some 10,000 tons of raw material for the production of crude oil, a volume whose sale will add fresh income to the entity’s diversified account. . .
The guarantees of continuity in the results defended by workers and managers of this sugarcane UBPC are supported by the planting of some 105 hectares of grass, an amount below the plan foreseen in 2022 and one of the challenges to be overcome by the cooperative members of Las Martinas in next year.