Entrepreneur Jumamurat Kerimov’s Aýna Gap Individual Enterprise, located in Sayat etrap of Turkmenistan’s Lebap velayat, processes about a ton of polypropylene per day and produces 10-15 thousand bags.
According to Türkmen Gündogary newspaper’s Saturday issue, in the process of processing polypropylene is melted in special ovens, then it is shaped into an oilcloth. At the next stage, it is cut into the specified sizes in the form of yarn threads, from which bags are woven.
As the regional newspaper notes, finished products are placed in warehouses and then sent to customers. Raw materials are supplied from the Turkmenbashi Complex of Oil Refineries.
In addition, Aýna gap has been producing fruit juices, compotes and jams since 2015. The company employs more than 25 specialists working in two shifts.