Assadabad governor announced the ceremony of ground-breaking and the start of executive operations of two industrial projects, a paper making mill and coffee factory in the area with the presence of the Minister of Industry, Mine and Trade next week.
In an interview with ISNA, Majid Darvishi said, "The required permits to start the executive operations and the construction of paper making mill from limestone and polyethylene as well as a coffee factory have been provided with a total investment of 300 billion Toman in the Assadabad Industrial Park, and we are waiting for the Minister of Industry, Mine and Trade to be present for the ceremony of ground-breaking of the two projects next week by following up the issues.
Referring to the inauguration and launching these two factories by the private sectors and the creation of direct occupation for 400 people, he noted, "Now the background for the city industrialization is ready with respect to the land preparation and environmental considerations, and assadabad is ready for the investment and the construction of the great industrial plants." Considering the two industrial projects in the city as a major leap and acceleration in the city and the area industry, Darvishi restated, "The construction of the two factories, along with the concentrate and pellet factories of the city both reduces the unemployment rate of the active human force and encourages investors to settle down and invest more in the fields of different industries for the area. Moreover, the factory of paper production from stone will play an effective role in boosting the surplus value, preventing crude stone sales, and contributing mines to bring foreign currencies for the city."