The Turkmen company Aýna Gap produced 65 thousand units of canned food products last year. Products packaged in 3-liter jars are sold in domestic markets.
The production workshops of the enterprise, located in Sayat etrap of Turkmenistan’s eastern province of Lebap, are equipped with advanced machinery from Russia. The company produces jams from vegetables and fruits, fruit juices and tomato paste, the Turkmen newspaper Rysgal reported on Monday.
Currently, the company employs more than 20 specialists.
Aýna Gap additionally carries out manufacture of polypropylene bags for flour. This production line is equipped with the machinery from China and is designed to produce a ton of bags per day.