Problems persist at Skeldon factory

…despite pricey rehab works

The Guyana Sugar Cor-poration’s (GuySuCo) two-year working relationship with South African firm Bosch Engineering is nearing an end, but problems persist despite the additional US$30 million spent to rehabilitate the troubled US$110 million Chinese-built Skeldon factory.

Stabroek News was told that representatives from Bosch were in Guyana in February, reviewing the six projects they were hired to complete. This publication was told that Bosch has not finished work on the bagasse plough and that one of the primary conveyers is still malfunctioning.

GuySuCo has not been speaking to the media about the various challenges facing it including the state …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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