Ivane Goglidze, the founder of the Kula canning factory declares that he worries more on unstable electricity supply than the increased electricity tariff. According to Goglidze, shortcomings in the electricity supply exists for years, but no one is responsible.
The founder of Kula explains that unstable electricity supply is a bigger impairment to doing business and profits than the electricity tariff itself.
"Electricity tariff increase is not a problem. We receive low-quality electricity and have 320 /330 volts instead 380 volts. Low quality electricity damages our devices including refrigerators. Nobody is responsible. We have bigger loss than the increased electricity tariff. If the state increases the tariff, then they must supply us with quality electricity," said Vano Goglidze.
The founder of Kula noted with BM.GE, that product price increase is expected due to the company’s increased expenditures. Goglidze notes, that prices may increase by 10-15% from spring until spring he will compensate the expenditures with the available resources.
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