A Yobe State-owned polythene bags and woven sacks factory is ready to commence production, eight years after it went into moribund.
This readiness to commence production was disclosed to journalists by the company’s General Manager, Shuaibu Gadaka.
He said after the company went into coma about eight years ago, the Yobe state-owned factory for the production of polythene bags and woven sacks, has been put back to production.
He said the journey to reviving the company was tough but was worth the while with the reactivating of the factory.
“We have conducted a test run exercise for three weeks, the equipment are in the normal position to start full production, we are only waiting for the directive from the state government to commence full production,” he said.
The General Manager further explained that with the connection of the factory to the National Grid and installation of 500KVA transformer, there would be high quality and stable production.