Innovation against blockade in the International Telecommunications Center – Jaruco

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Jaruco, Mayabeque. In the face of the hard and brutal blockade of the United States against Cuba for more than five decades, the workers of this country have not let themselves be intimidated in order to confront the scientific and technical development.


The above is well known to the 37 workers of the International Telecommunications Center (CTI) T), Jaruco, formerly Station Terrena Caribe, who, faced with the constant barriers to the purchase of state-of-the-art technology from the United States and Japan, manage to guarantee the communications of a large part of our country.

As a result of the efforts of the anirist movement in this installation, several antennas and transmitters were rescued, with a high cost in the international market.

In conversation with Eduardo Hernández, with more than 15 years as Secretary General of the Trade Union Section of the CTI, the operation of the National Association of Innovators and Rationaliser, (ANIR) is recognized at the country level thanks to the inventiveness of the engineers after hours of hard work and technical tests.

He stressed that “import substitution is an effective alternative to get ahead and a sample of it can be seen again during the realization of the Science and Technology Foundation Forum, set for next May.”

Not for pleasure, the workers of CIT of Jaruco are proud to have obtained for ten consecutive years the National Vanguard Collective Distinction, as well as other recognitions that endorse the effort and sacrifice of those men and women.

Hence, these on behalf of the National Union of Communications Workers will mark May Day, here in Jaruco, brandishing the colors of our national flag, thus representing the movement of the ANIR.

Translated by Ada Iris Guerrero