The factory has state-of-the-art technology from Spain and it will make possible to provide high quality alcohols to the national and foreign market, engineer Lucia Mayra Rodriguez told the 5 de Septiembre newspaper.
This is a highly demanded product in the international market for the manufacture of rums and cosmetics.
The executive vice president of the joint venture and director of the center explained that the country invested in the modernization and automation of the factory.
When the distillery was opened in 2000, at a cost of US$11 million, the distillery had the capacity to produce up to 270,000 hectoliters of premium quality extra-fine alcohol each year. (Prensa Latina)