Breeders have invested in the organization of the production of shells considerable own funds, after that the fate of their business became dependent onsupplies necessary raw materials and fuels, which were ordered by the Provincia The main committee according to the requests of the departments.Submissions were sold to those who took the contract below market prices. Execution orders were delayed by the disruption of the supply of factories withgarnet steel (which took place in September-October 1916), its low quality, as well as the uneven supply of the Main Committee of tin and components to to grenades.
Anticipating delays in the supply of tin, the metal section was able to make your own stock by buying tin from private dealers in Orel and the county cities19. The oil supply situation was very bad. Multiple her the absence led to a halt of factories or a shorter working day. Common the reason for the delay in the execution of orders was the poor state transport message. Almost all stations were closed to receive cargo, It was not easy to send ready-made orders. So, making shell The crates were stopped due to the fact that the nails and iron in Orel 19 Report of the Oryol Provincial Committee of the All-Russian Zemsky Union on the supply of the army on
October 1 1916 Orel, 1917 was impossible to ship to western counties where there was forest material and vice versa. The acute situation also developed with a lack of workers and a sharp rise in wages20. By early 1917, the Provincial Committee on the supplyof the army was experiencing increasing difficulties due to traffic crisis, lack of coal and metal that threatened in the near future to completely paralyze the work Oryol enterprises. Over the past six months, only 6% was completed. orders. In November 1916, oil production fell to 20-30% of the required volume From ordered solid mineral fuel to the Oryol Governorate
The committee received 72% of coke, 58% of anthracite and 27% of blacksmithing. WITH In August 1916, coal production completely stopped. Due to theformer Stocks work plants lasted until early 1917. Hosts enterprises turned to local committees for help, but they were powerless to help them, which forced to use the services “Pushers.” The provincialgovernment, drawing in its report chaotic and the dismal state of affairs of the army supply, offered to appeal with petition to streamline the transport to the member State Council and deputies of the State Duma from the Oryol provinces.