22 de mayo de 2024

Radio 26 – Matanzas, Cuba

Emisora provincial de Matanzas, Cuba, La Radio de tu Corazón

Gardis carpentry worker creates his own jig saw.

It is a jigsaw, portable equipment, useful for making easy straight or curved cuts on a flat surface in wood, PVC, metal, ceramic, veneer, chipboard, melamine, cardboard, leather and cork.

 

Motivated to venture into handicrafts as a line of production and to contribute to the diversification of the offerings of the provincial company Lamas, young Yaimel Robaina Suárez did not think twice and created his own work tool.

It is a jigsaw, portable equipment, useful for making easy straight or curved cuts on a flat surface in wood, PVC, metal, ceramics, veneer, chipboard, melamine, cardboard, leather and cork, among other materials.

For Yaimel, it was essential to have equipment like this, a fundamental ally in its aspirations to guarantee a better finish, quality in production, expand the range of products and, above all, make full use of raw materials and trimming.

However, acquiring a jig saw is not an expense that was counted on in the execution of the company’s budget, which is now directed towards other priority investments to advance the economy, according to the Facebook page of the Gardis Business Group.

Faced with this scenario, the 24-year-old had two alternatives: to accept this reality or to innovate, to create, to build his own team. Yaimel chose the latter. Today, the Franklin Gómez carpentry shop owes her thanks, as does the Lamas company.

What are the advantages of such a tool? According to the Gardis Business Group, inventiveness will make it possible to expand the carpentry shop’s production line, it will open up new possibilities for him and his company. «Being creative while breaking the traditional scheme is the answer to move forward», says the publication.

Yaimel has only been working with the Franklin Gómez carpentry shop for twelve months, enough time to understand how much innovation can contribute to maintaining production processes, making them sustainable and taking care of jobs.

Photos: Taken from the Facebook page of Grupo Empresarial Gardis.

Written by Eva Luna Acosta Armiñán.

 

 

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