Ciegoplast has always been in the news since it became, on October 6, 1999, the first company of its kind in Cuba dedicated to the production of high-density polyethylene pipes (HDPE) and accessories of different diameters and varied pressures to meet the demands of water and sewage pipelines and networks.
Located in Carretera Central, kilometer 458, west end, in the capital of the central province of Ciego de Ávila, the entity belonging to the National Institute of Hydraulic Resources (INRH) and the Construction Workers Union, has had an intense work crowned with success during these summer months.
It held the Science and Technical Forum, its work was rated as excellent in the final notification of the financial audit carried out by the Economic Consultancy (Canec), signed the agreement to strengthen ties with the Máximo Gómez Báez University and received the Latir Avileño status, in the provincial act for July 26th.
It also won the venue for the provincial celebration of the 60th anniversary of the creation of INRH, on August 10.
All these awards have as superior merit conquered recently, the annual recognition to the economic-productive management in the category of producing company, for the contribution of its workers to the economic development and the improvement of the standard of living of the Avilanian people.
Among its collective, stimulated several times by the National Association of Innovators and Rationalizers (Anir), is now Yordanis Terry Pérez, who gives them prestige by winning the Award to the Innovator with the Greatest Economic and/or Social Impact for the results of 2021.
With the cooperation of his co-workers, the young man undertook several solutions and presented among the candidates for the award six of greater relevance that had an economic effect of more than 2,700,000 pesos.
Among the inventions, those related to the recovery of the gearbox of production line number 1 and the raw material suction device for machine number 3 stand out. The latter is the only one in Cuba that produces high-density polyethylene pipes up to 1,200 millimeters in diameter.