A private mini-factory for the production of tiles in the administrative center of Turkmenistan’s northern velayat of Dashoguz has launched the production of four new paving slabs, the country’s official media reported on Friday.
The new products called Türkmen Göl, Samarkand, Korund and Şewrolet differ from each other in terms of design and shape. They are intended for use in landscaping, paving garden or park paths and sidewalks.
The new slabs of the mini-factory are made mainly from domestic natural materials. They are distinguished by their environmental friendliness, durability and long service life, according to the report.
The factory also launched the production of anti-slip products for stairs.
The private mini-factory for the production of tiles is owned by the member of the Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs of Turkmenistan (UIET) and produces more than 10 types of products. The enterprise has the capacity to produce 30 thousand square meters of products a year.