Sunday , April 11 2021

Harvesting begins in Central Ecuador Ciego de Ávila

Ciego de Ávila harvest begins in Central Ecuador.

Following this plant, the crops include Ciro Redondo, Primero de Enero and Enrique Varona. Combined combine harvesters and transport equipment have been added since June. (Photo:


Central refinery workers, Ecuador, Ciego de Ávila, performed empty and loaded tests to regulate manufacturing and initial rinse cycles at the beginning of December.

This plant will start the campaign of the first millennium 2018-2019 in the Avila province, as the factory traditionally selects efficiency in so-called small crops that are indispensable for family consumption, organization and export production.

The director of the grinding unit Idalberto Ferrer Márquez said that the goals are economic efficiency and the quality of the food, because when they produce crude oil, they are refined.

My experts in the sugar business believe that there is a prerequisite for obtaining the maximum amount of sucrose from the halibut fields Baraguá, Venezuela and Primero de Enero municipalities, whose industrial work is about 125 days.

Ferrer pointed out that he is working hard to modernize energy production, boilers, turbogenerators and other equipment that make up the mill's factory.

After Ecuador, the factories Ciro Redondo, Primero de Enero and Enrique Varona González will be included in the harvest, as combined harvesters and trucks for transporting grass on confirmed days have been ready since June.

Eduardo Larroza Vazquez, director of the Avila sugar company, said that no significant investments have been made in the current season, but the means to cut and move the raw material are important.

He underlined the efforts of 500 innovators and rationalization efforts in the field of which inventive and technical solutions are decisive every year to make the most of useful use.

Last year, workers in Ecuador's central purification center produced more than 43,000 tonnes of white sugar, which meant that 56,000 tonnes of 400 tonnes were needed. (ACN).

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