Despite the negative effects caused by viruses from the industrial sectors, other sectors have made remarkable progress due to the need for the crisis, including the food industries, detergents, and medicine sectors.
And the “Stock Exchange” communicated with the leading manufacturers in these sectors, who confirmed that the demand activity has restored idle production capacities in the factories, to work again, since the beginning of the passport, the requirements of the market requirements, and breaking the recession that determines long periods in normal days.
Ashraf Al-Jazairli, head of the Chamber of Food Industries in the Federation of Industries, said that most of the sector’s factories have been operating normally since the beginning of the crisis, and were not affected by other sectors, as they are among the essential commodities for consumers that cannot be dispensed with, unlike the building materials and ready-made clothes industries.
He added that the market has not witnessed, over the past months, a shortage of any commodity or high prices, due to the maintenance of abundant supplies in the markets and the work of factories with full production capacities such as those needs.
This is Algeria, that the factories have committed to all the protest measures to face the crisis, so that the productive movement of the factories is not affected by dividing the working hours into shifts, and constantly sanitizing and sterilizing the industrial facilities.
He stated that the government’s decision to coexist with the crisis and return to normalcy will further stimulate the movement of the market, and an agreement that all factories will witness a large boom in production that will enable them to compensate for the decline witnessed since the government’s decision to implement the economic reform system at the end of 2016.