Regaining the production rate, an imperative of the sugar producers of Villa Clara

Regaining the production rate, an imperative of the sugar producers of Villa Clara

The sugar producers of Villa Clara said goodbye to the 2020 with a group of dissatisfactions, among them, that of not having fulfilled the so-called small harvest, thus transferring as inheritance to the 2021 a debt of more than six thousand tons of sugar, a delay that is perfectly recoverable if everyone makes an efficient use of the work day and fulfills all tasks on a daily basis.

Of the six sugar mills incorporated into the manufacturing operations, only the Carlos Balino Sugar Mill of Santo Domingo fulfilled the production commitment for that stage.

Therefore, for the men and women engaged in such an important economic battle, the beginning of the new year constitutes a great challenge, including directing the steps from now on, which they have not achieve so far due to the persistence of both objective and subjective deficiencies that hinder this activity.

To illustrate this idea, after examining the production indicators, such as the industrial performance, the grinding, the recovery process, the use of the industrial capacity, the availability of raw materials and their processing, among others; the panorama shown to date does not respond to the current demands of both the sector and the country.

And even though at each place they have reconsidered how to give a boost to the industrial chain and to the completion of the daily tasks, we appreciate that the difficulties persist.