The cabinet leader hailed the effort and achievements made by the enterprise’s leaders and staff, most of whom are war invalids, over the past 20 years.
He asked the enterprise to work harder to promote its tradition and continue paying debt of gratitude for those who have rendered great service to the nation.
The Party, State and people always bear in mind the sacrifice that war martyrs and war invalids have made for national liberation and reunification, Phuc said, while expressing his hope that the company’s Director Board, employees, particularly the war invalids will continue to uphold the tradition and preserve good virtues of Uncle Ho soldiers and national heroes in production.
He also suggested local authorities and relevant bodies facilitate Quang Minh’s operations.
Established in 1996 with initial capital of just US$11,000 and a staff of 35 war invalids, the Quang Minh War Invalid Enterprise now has hundreds of employees.
The company is destined to invest US$52.8 million in four factories producing non-fired bricks, ground clinker, activated Calcium Oxide, asphalt concrete in the coming time.