Employees of Kamran company demand releasing of raw materials detained in port of Aden

Publish September 15, 2020
finance & economy

SANAA, Sep. 14 (Saba) - Workers and employees of Kamran Company for Industry and Investment have demanded the releasing of the company's raw materials that are being held in the port of Aden.

The workers and employees in a protest stand organized by Kamran Company on Sunday in Sanaa denounced the seizure of the company's raw materials, despite paying taxes and other fees.

They considered that the stoppage of the company's raw materials in Aden essentially affects employees and shareholders while encouraging an increase in smuggled imports.

The workers and employees noted that the company is keen to introduce raw materials to ensure the running of factories.

They also demanded that the company and its factories be neutralized from systematic targeting, pointing out that the company has more than 2,000 employees from different provinces.

The company renewed its demand for the release of raw materials in the port of Aden so that losses would not accumulate and the company and employees would be burdened with losses and obligations that served no one.


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