Azerbaijan's TITAN GROUP resumes production
BAKU, Azerbaijan, May 2
By Matanat Nasibova – Trend:
TITAN GROUP LLC, an Azerbaijani manufacturer of wide-ranging industrial products, has resumed its activity after a temporary suspension due to the quarantine regime announced for preventing the threat of the spread of coronavirus infection in the country, a source in the company told Trend.
According to the source, the company switched to a remote mode of operation on the days of the Novruz holiday, and upon their completion, the production process was completely suspended.
“At the moment, the production process is being established stepwise, the planned work related to increasing the enterprise’s production capacity is being discussed. In 2020, the corporation plans to increase production by at least 50 percent by opening new lines and expanding the range of equipment used in the baking industry, as well as in the production of decorative furniture,” said the source.
“The company purchased modern, expensive laser machines, and they are already installed and connected to the production process. The company plans to establish exports to Georgia, as well as to Russia in the second half of 2020. For export purposes, production various types of sandwich panels, refrigeration equipment, as well as some varieties of equipment for catering establishments is considered,” the source added.
The source added that tentatively export deliveries are planned for this summer.
Since 1990, TITAN GROUP began operating as a manufacturer of refrigeration equipment for commercial and industrial facilities in Azerbaijan. From 1996, the company has been introducing the production of kitchen equipment, industrial heating and refrigeration equipment for catering facilities, and since 2000 conducting production, designing and complex engineering calculations of large-capacity refrigeration and cooling chambers.
TITAN GROUP Corporation was established in 2002. The company’s branches are located in the settlement of Bulbula in Baku’s Surakhani district and in the settlement of Bina.
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