Turkmenistan’s Rysgally Gap Exports Plastic Sacks

BUSINESS TURKMENISTAN
Turkmenistan’s Rysgally Gap Exports Plastic Sacks
The enterprise has the capacity to produce up to 300 thousand plastic sacks monthly.

Entrepreneur Bahadur Durdyev’s Rysgally Gap Individual Enterprise, located in Farap etrap of Turkmenistan’s Lebap velayat, produces plastic sacks and exports them to countries such as Russia and Kazakhstan.

The main raw material for the production of the sacks is polypropylene. The enterprise is equipped with the latest machinery from China and has the capacity to produce up to 300 thousand sacks monthly, the country’s official media reported on Tuesday.

The enterprise sells 30% of its products on the domestic market and exports the rest. Turkmen polyethylene sacks are in demand in countries such as Afghanistan, Ukraine and Belarus, according to the report.

Rysgally Gap IE was founded in the summer of 2019. Currently, the company employs 25 specialists, and in the future their number is planned to be increased to 40.