ATL resumes operations
From: Ghana|Joy Business
December 14, 2012, 02:29 GMT
Akosombo Textiles Limited, a leading manufacturer of garments and fabrics in the country, re-opened for business Monday after its operations came to a temporary halt last week.
The brief shutdown was caused by the shortage of black oil or residual fuel, a key raw input needed to facilitate the production of steam for production.
Management say although they have received fresh supplies of the black oil, it will not last long.
Administrative Manager, Kweku Asare Minako however told Joy Business all 1,600 staff were expected to return to work.
He said workers at the printing and dying departments were at work last Friday and Saturday.
“The whole factory, 100 percent of workers, reported at work at 6:00 am,” he added.
The Administrative Manager hinted again that workers could be made to sit home if the company does not get adequate supply of black oil.
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