According to a print official, speaking to Televisão Pública de Angola (TPA), the company manufactured the fourth and sixth grade manuals, with a daily production capacity of around 300,000 books.
"We got an installed capacity of 250,000 to 300,000 books a day at will. We did the fourth and sixth grade books," he said.
Cited by TPA, the official also assured that they have the manpower and raw material to respond in the event of a shortage of books.
"At the beginning of the school year, if there is a shortage of books, we are here, we have manpower, we have equipment, we have raw materials, we can easily collaborate with the Ministry of Education", he said.
About the printing process, one of the graphic workers explained to TPA that they use a four-color machine, which, after being equipped with the plates and paper in the machine, starts printing: "We have this equipment, it's called SM , is composed of four bodies, each body corresponds to a color: we have black, we have blue, we have red and we have yellow. This is the composition of the machine and from there we put the plates in the machine, the paper and start our printing process", he explained.
According to TPA, since 2021, school books referring to initiation and primary education are edited and printed in the country. According to businessmen in the sector, quoted by the same television, this internal production allowed the creation of more jobs.
Damer employs over a hundred people and is dedicated to the printing of books, newspapers, magazines, among others.