Looking forward to strengthening the Forestry Motor, the People’s Power Minister of Industries and National Production, Jose Biomorgi, inspected this Monday the operation of the wood chip plant of Maderas del Orinoco-Mavetur, a joint venture that represents a fundamental pillar for the development of the country.
This broad productive space offers chips, particles, and flakes of raw wood of Caribbean Pine without bark to the market, suitable for obtaining cellulose, particle boards, fiberboards, bioenergy, landscaping, and other purposes.
In his tour with the working class, the head of the industrial portfolio also verified the optimal operation of the loading dock of this plant located in Monagas state.
“Good things are coming,” highlighted Minister Biomorgi through his Twitter account @Jose_Biomorgi.
Forestry is one of the 18 motors of the Bolivarian Economic Agenda, a mechanism that promotes the construction of a new economic scheme in which Venezuelan public and private companies participate.