Azerbaijan’s Ganja Instrumentation Factory talks production of ball valves
BAKU, Azerbaijan, Jan. 16
By Matanat Nasibova – Trend:
Ganja Instrumentation Factory, the biggest industrial enterprise in Azerbaijan, has decided on the timing for the production of ball valves for domestic use, Deputy Director of the plant Yusif Pashazade told Trend on Jan. 16.
Pashazade noted that the production of ball valves will begin in March this year.
“At the first stage, it is planned to produce 50,000 ball valves, and in the future to increase this figure to 60,000-65,000 per month,” said the deputy director. “These products are intended for domestic sale and export. It will be exported to Georgia and partially to Russia. In the medium term, we plan to enter new markets, in particular those in the CIS countries.”
Ganja Instrumentation Factory is one of the biggest Azerbaijani enterprises in the field of instrument making, engaged in the development and production of measuring instruments, automatic and automated control systems.
The plant’s activity is aimed at developing and raising the level of instrument making in Azerbaijan and creating modern, high-quality water meters, gas pressure regulators and other measuring instruments that are in demand in the market within the country and abroad.
The plant is located on the territory covering more than five hectares. The production area is 6,000 square meters.
A total of 160 people work at the plant.