Officials of the Finance Ministry announced the reactivation of 10 production units of the Spenzer governmental company in Kunduz, and this company's production is oil, soap, tissue and rice.
Abdul Hamed Akhund Zada, head of the governmental companies in the Finance Ministry, said that the restoration and reactivation of these operations cost $500,000.
“The company officially has started its work and Insha Allah people will benefit from its products,” said Abdul Hamed Akhundzada.
According to Abdul Hamed Akhundzada, after the Islamic Emirate takeover, government enterprises have been transformed into independent companies, and efforts are ongoing to reactivate all governmental companies.
“Some government enterprises have been transformed into independent companies and they do their industrial and commercial work,” said Abdul Hamid Akhund Zada.
Meanwhile, officials of the Spenzer governmental company said that their products will be supplied to the markets soon.
“It’s a big company and we have lots of products and some products will be supplied to markets soon,” said Nayed Farkhari, operations head of the Spenzer company.
Several Kunduz residents welcomed the reactivation of the Spenzer company and said it is a new progress in the country's economy.
“We asked the government to transfer 54 existing government enterprises into independent companies,” said Mohammad Abas, a Kunduz resident.
Spenzer governmental company was established for the first time in the 1314 solar year, but due to war in the country in recent years its activities stopped.