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​​​Rehabilitating and monetizing of capacities requires the utilization of available capacities, enhancing efficiency of production factors, improvement of quality and ultimately increasing the competitive edge. IDRO has been pursuing this mission through implementing several corporate-run projects as follow:

 


Reconstruction of Yasouj Sugar Co. (Kohgiluyeh and Boyer-Ahmad)

Initiating its production line in 1967, this plant has been renovated for one year through the designing, engineering technical experts of IDRO’s subsidiaries, entirely realizing its goals such as expanding the raw sugar refining capacity from 300 tons to 450 tons, launching an inactive beets unit, expanding the beets supply capacity from 800 tons to 1200 tons, expanding the beet-extracted white sugar production capacity from 95 tons to 170 tons per day, increasing the extraction coefficient from 80% to 85%, reduction of steam consumption from 11.5 tons to 4.5 tons per one ton of sugar, reducing specific energy consumption (SEC) from 38 GJ to 20 GJ per one ton of sugar.
 

Supplemental reconstruction of Haft Tapeh Sugarcane Agro-Industry (Ahvaz in Khuzestan province)

Established in 1958, Haft Tapeh Sugarcane Co. was operationalized in 1961 commissioned to farm sugarcane and other agricultural and dairy products, and developing the related industries. This company was delegated to IDRO in 2008 in order to improve its structure and productivity. There are several key measures taken in Haft Tapeh Sugarcane Co., including reconstruction of the plant for producing 100 thousand tons of sugar, increasing the acreage to 10 hectares so as to harvest one million tons of sugarcane, shifting the sugarcane harvesting system from manual to mechanized across 4500 hectares, shifting the irrigation method from traditional to Hydro flume irrigation system, curtailing water consumption by applying optimal consumption management, reducing sugar waste throughout the production process to an extent attainable by current technologies, and expanding the non-sugarcane cultivation across at least 3000 hectares.
 

Baluch Industrial Development Co. (Iranshahr- Sistan and Baluchestan)

Launched in November 1974 in the Iranian textile industry, this company was delegated to IDRO upon a government approval in June 2009. By the implementation of the first phase of the development for the printing, completing and wide fabrics bleaching lines, the company is producing a daily 30 thousand meters of fabric over 2 meters wide, bringing about a value added amounting to 8 billion IRR per year and direct employment of 65 people. Besides the textile products, the unique regional capacities made it possible to process and package 8 tons of dates and building a refrigerator with a capacity of 6 thousand tons and a cost of 105 billion IRR.
 

Ghaemshahr Textile Company (Ghaemshahr, Mazandaran)

This company was established in 1930aiming to develop the Iranian textile industry. In 2009, it was delegated to IDRO upon government legislation. Moreover, the production lines and equipment were renovated so as to expand the production capacity and improve the quality of yarn produced in the plant.
Having been renovated, the production capacity of Ghaemshahr Textile Company increased from 5 tons to 7.55 tons per day, while enhancing the quality of products including yarn and fabric.