In a hurry and without pause are being made school uniforms in Caraballo

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Jaruco, Mayabeque. The noise of the sewing machines starts early and ends late in the Textile Workshop, “Miguel Leal” of the Popular Council of Caraballo, in Jaruco where the challenge is to deliver school uniforms in record time.

Long working hours, even at night and on Saturdays, the hardworking seamstresses reverse the delay in the delivery of the fabric, an unusual stumbling block faced by the textile industry personnel in our country.

The delay in the arrival of the raw material as a result of the Helms Burton Act, which hinders the commercial flow of Cuba with other nations, does not imply an impediment to conclude the plan before September 1, the group affirms.

While the day of starting the classes touches the heels, Ileana Pérez Lora, administrator of that factory of the Boga Confections Company, watches over the outfit that the students of the Mayabeque polytechnic institutes will look perfect.


Translated by Ada Iris Guerrero

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