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Eaten by Mice

to the .sudden and long shut-dawn there was serious damage to plant and machinery and heavy maintenance was required and it took considerable time to get the plant to operate at the normal levels of production. This implies that even the current year's results have been affected by the labour unrest In regard to the Udyogamandal Project, trial runs of the new 150 tonnes per day ammonium phosphate plant was taken up in December 1972, but modifications and improvements to the indigenously procured equipment were found necessary. These are expected to be completed during this year. Improvements to the Chemiebau acid plant are expected to be completed by June next. The delay has been due to late receipt of import licence. The operations of the cryolite plant has also revealed certain deficiencies in some of the equipment. Commissioning trial runs for the Cochin fertiliser project phase I continued last year, but here too defects were found in equipment, requiring major and time- consuming modifications. Progress in

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