Döwletli Döwran Economic Society, which will launch a ceramic factory in June this year, intends to establish export of its products to Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, and Tajikistan.
At the 21st Uzbekistan International Exhibition for Construction UzBuild 2020, which took place in Tashkent on February 25-28 this year, Döwletli Döwran presented the first samples of the new ceramic products. The company plans to produce 6 types of ceramic products.
In an interview with the Türkmen Gündogary newspaper, the Deputy Director of the company Gadam Hoshwagtov said the Uzbek, Kyrgyz and Tajik businesses expressed particular interest in the products due to their high quality.
He noted that the plant will be one of its kinds in Central Asia that will be able to crush clay to the smallest particles, which will in turn ensure production of high quality ceramic products.
Hoshwagtov said his company managed to receive first product orders at the international exhibition in Tashkent, adding that the “companies participating in the construction of Bukhara City projects, which will begin this month, also showed interest in the products”.
Dovletli Dovran was allocated a 28-hectare land in the Lebap velayat’s Halach etrap in the northeastern Turkmenistan. The company started the construction of a ceramic factory on 1.5 hectares of the land this year.
The company intends to annually produce 80 million ceramic products using local raw materials.