Ellen Inaugurates Multimillion Factory

President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf over the weekend dedicated a multi-million factory constructed by a well-known business organization, Sethi Brothers Incorporated.

Duraplast is a multi-million factory experienced in the production of plastic materials. The factory was dedicated by the Liberian leader who has always encouraged foreign investors to invest in Liberian so as to create more jobs for citizens of the country.

Duraplast factory is being constructed on eleven acres of swampland on Jamaica Road near the Liberian capital, Monrovia. The company has five different plants producing household materials and supplying thousands of Liberians as well as foreign nationals throughout the country.

Speaking at the dedicatory ceremony, President Sirleaf called on Liberian businesses to promote industries in the country adding that those products that Liberians go to purchase in China and other countries are being produced here in Liberia.

President Sirleaf urged Sethi Brothers to extend their business activities in other parts of the country to benefit those in rural Liberia also. President Sirleaf then praised the owners of Duraplast for their economic empowerment of jobless people.

Also speaking, the India Consul-General, Jetty said the company is planning to extend the factory out of Monrovia and other parts of the country as modalities are being worked out for the extension of the factory.

For his part, District#13 Representative, Saah Joseph lauded the efforts of Sethi Brothers for the opening of the Duraplast Factory on Jamaica Road especially in a swampland. Rep. Joseph said swampland must not be considered as waste land as it can be developed to benefit the country.

He made specific reference to the construction of the Duraplast Factory by Sethi Brothers something that has developed the swampland on Jamaica Road.

Duraplast was incorporated by Rashpal Singh. Since its inception the company has got Iso 9001-2008 certification from MSA Certification Co. Ltd. Being one of the largest manufactures of house hold plasticc, industrial plastics products and plastic bags in various sizes in the West African region has given the company an advantage of low production cost which helps its export to the neighboring counties grow.

“The Quality Management system of the company has been assessed and certified. This registration and certification covers for design, development, manufacture & supply. This further strengthens the company’s commitment to its customers where it will adhere to the company’s policy to continuously improve its products and services that will meet or exceed the owners or customers’ satisfaction,” the company heads said.

“The performance of our plastic products is very well known to the people who are attached with our company. People always count on us for better quality, price and timely dispatch. It is our constant endeavor to add new plastic products to our range in order to be an integrated product supplier for our customers,” the owners of the company added.

According to Duraplast, a wide range of plastic products has been selected and manufactured from customers’ recommendation in keeping with the customers’ need and that they believe in the customer’s satisfaction and provide the top priority to their requirements.

“The people who are attached with our company, very well know the performance of our products. People always count on us for our effective performance and customer credibility. We are well equipped to develop products according to the market specifications and requirements. We have a highly professional and skilled expertise to meet our customer’s requirements. Our regular and continuous participation of visiting international trade fairs have brought us very close to our customers with whom we share & discuss our views and that every day we forge new relationships to reach out to new people, discover new avenues of improving quality and bringing joy to people, associated with us,” the company among other things asserted. Morrison O.G. Sayon writes

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