Täç Hil individual enterprise will start production of liquid soap with harmala particles, invented by its experts. The products, containing harmala found in Turkmenistan’s nature, passed laboratory testing and are ready for production, according to the local Türkmenistan newspaper.
The Turkmen company, which started with the manufacture of polyethylene bags, launched new production facility last year in Ahal velayat’s Ak Bugday etrap. The facility with modern equipment is designed to daily produce 1.5-2 tons of polyethylene bags, about 28,000 wet wipes, and 26,000 detergents.
Täç Hil, founded in 2006, currently produces 28 types of wet wipes, nine types of detergents and five types of liquid soaps. The company has exported products to Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Afghanistan and the Kyrgyz Republic last year.
The company previously imported the outer packaging of the products, but is now producing them using local raw materials from the Kiyanly petrochemical complex for the production of polyethylene and polypropylene.
According to the business plan, the individual enterprise aims to launch new products every 3 months. The company employs around 70 specialists.
The products manufactured and packaged by the company fully comply with HALAL RC HL 17-009, ISO 22716, OHSAS 18001, and ISO 9001 international quality standards.