By 1989 corn production had increased to over 1 million tons.
In a second stage the capacity can be increased to 15 million tons.
A second paper machine was added in 1878, and by 1881 production had increased to 3 tons a day.
Since 1983, production increased by about 20 percent to 185,000 tons in 1988.
With the new site, the capacity is expected to increase to 7,000 tons.
This has increased since then to 771,000 metric tons in 2007.
By 1917, the capacity of the plant had been increased to around twenty five tons per week.
When the weather later cleared in March the amount was increased to 40 tons per day.
Yield increased to an estimated 135,000 to 150,000 tons the following season.
The total production is likely to increase 37.4% to 281,000 tons by end of 2011.