ZHAMBYL OBLAST – A new pharmaceutical manufacturing plant built as part of the government’s Business Road Map 2020 Programme in the village of Aisha Bibi is now providing jobs for 16 local residents.
The Super Pharm, LLP plant produces medical clothing and disposable medical underwear made from nonwoven fabric and has the capacity to produce 15 million units per year. The plant, utilizing the latest technologies and equipment from Germany, Poland, Italy, Turkey, Russia and China, is designed to allow Super Pharm to compete with the world’s leading manufacturers.
The plant’s products include bandages, medical caps and masks, diapers, towels, shirts, boots and suits for pregnant women. Super Pharm’s products help reduce the risk of infection in high-tech medical care. The use of disposable underwear, for example, is generally believed to reduce the number of postoperative complications by 30 percent. Treatment also becomes less expensive.
The company also hopes that its disposable clothing will help protect medical workers from AIDS, hepatitis and other dangerous infections because it is made from high-quality Russian and Belarusian non-woven material with improved barriers against infection.