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    Ciego de Ávila furniture industry guarantees productions to the tourism sector

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    Industria avileña del mueble garantiza producciones al sector del Turismo

    Beauty, decoration and perfection distinguish the furniture made by the furniture industry in Ciego de Ávila for the Tourism sector, this year for hotel facilities at the Jardines del Rey complex.

    The group of the Furniture Base Business Unit (UEB) Camilo Cienfuegos in Ciego de Ávila has the commitment to finish the productions for the Roca Este Uno hotel in the first months of the year and start and finish those of the Roca Norte Uno, both in Cayo Paredón Grande, Jorge Ignacio Vidaurreta Valdés, director of that entity, said.

    This islet with beautiful virgin beaches and a varied fauna, including the marine, has an area of ​​approximately 8.7 square kilometers and has the capacity for a hotel plant of 3,200 rooms, of which more than half are in different constructive phases.

    Among the main productions for tourism, there are bed backrests, minibars, trunks, bedside tables, chairs and tables, closet interiors; as well as the furniture of restaurants and lobbies, all made with wood and board.

    This year the plan in terms of Furniture Lídex (the commercial name of this UEB) is 80 million pesos, and to meet this objective it will also support the maternal and child program with the production of cribs and will deliver various assortments to the stores that collect foreign currency.

    The Grand Muthu hotels and the five-star Resort Kempinski, located in the Cayo Guillermo area, in Jardines del Rey; San Agustín and Laguna del Este 5, both in Cayo Santa María, in Villa Clara; the International, from Varadero; and the Rueda, in the capital city  of Ciego de Ávila, are some of those that are enabled with furniture from this entity.

    With 22 hotels and more than 10,000 rooms, Jardines del Rey is committed to safe tourism by complying with all hygiene and health measures that guarantee the health of tourists and workers.

    The revival of tourism, called the locomotive of the economy, due to its impact on other spheres, allows more than 5,000 Ciego de Ávila workers to return to their jobs, both in hotels and in other non-hotel facilities.