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With the aim to strengthen the organizations and effective managements on Ministry of Industry No. (1) and Ministry of Industry No. (2), Ministry of Industry was newly reorganized with the combination of those Ministries since 2nd December 2011. The former MOI-1 produces consumer products such as pharmaceuticals & foodstuffs, textiles, ceramics, paper & chemical products, home utilities and construction materials while MOI-2 especially produces heavy industrial products such as assorted types of vehicles, earth-moving equipments, diesel engines, automotive parts, turbines & generators, CNC machines, transformers, solar-used products, agricultural machineries, rubber & tyres etc.
Nay Pyi Taw, 19 Aug—The Ministry of Industry signed an agreement with Germany’s KfW Development Bank in Nay Pyi Taw on Tuesday to upgrade No 1 Industrial Training School in Hsinde and other development projects at the school.
The President and party proceeded to Technical Training School (Magway) and viewed round teaching of the trainees and greeted them. Technical Training School (Magway) was opened in 2011 with technical and material assistance provided by KOICA.
The President also visited No. 13 Heavy Industries in Magway Industrial Region and heard reports on historical background and production capacity of the factory and exportation to the markets presented by Union Minister for Industry U Maung Myint at the hall of the factory today.
The President stressed widely use of road rollers in construction works and small rice mill by the farmers linking the Ministry of Construction and Ministry of Livestock, Fisheries and Rural Development. The factory is manufacturing power tillers, tractors, road rollers, small rice mills and three-wheeled motorcycles.