Camagüey, Oct 4.- With a contribution of 100 million pesos to the country's economy, the members of the Association of Innovators and Rationalizers (ANIR) of the province begin this Wednesday a day of celebrations and recognitions.
Osmani Ramírez Perna, president of the entity in the Camagüey territory, shared the motivations of this year with consolidated work in the 10 de Octubre Thermoelectric Plant, the Meat Company, Azutecnia and the Basic Electrical Organization.
Regarding this last entity, Ramírez Perna highlighted the contribution of 42 million pesos from three innovations by the 29-year-old Jorday Arostegui Morell, who obtained the Innovator Award with the Greatest Economic and Social Impact, awarded by the ANIR Bureau.
The investigations, highlighted the leader, allow greater savings in the generation of electricity and the substitution of imports, which makes it possible to face the limitations of spare parts and the blockade imposed on the country.
The president of the provincial ANIR also referred to the responses to social problems with alternatives in food production, employment and health, in order to convert talent into solutions and development.
More than 40 years after the creation of the National Association of Innovators and Rationalizers, the effort and results of its members will be recognized in Camagüey with a varied plan of activities that includes volunteer work, intergenerational meetings and the granting of seals and distinctions. (Text: Gladys Dailyn Morera Cordero/Radio Cadena Agramonte) (Photo: ACN/File)