The manufacture of the books, according to the official, is being carried out by a work shift between 08:00 and 15:00.
However, quoted by Angop, Lando Teta added that if it is decided to double the number of shifts, production capacity will consequently double.
He further clarified that this graphic is in a process of transition from a traditional technique to a more technological one. This change is the result of an investment of around 55 million dollars carried out by the Government to innovate the company, writes Angop.
The company's CEO also recalled that the company was idle for about a decade, adding that among its main skills is editing the Diário da República. Currently, it produces school books and manuals and, last year, it also produced birth certificates, being able to produce property titles and criminal records, he said, quoted by Angop.
Created between 2004 and 2005, Imprensa Nacional employs 285 people, including 55 at the factory located in Cazenga.