Kardemir to double crude steel capacity by mid-2013
Apr 12, 2012 | 04:45 AM
Karabuk Iron and Steel Industry and Trade Co (Kardemir) is to double its crude steel output within the next 18 months as its expansion project comes to fruition.
The steelmaker will increase its capacity to 3 million tpy from 1.5 million tpy as it adds a coking plant, a blast furnace, a convertor and a rolling mill to its operations.
The company is also building a new continuous casting mill to increase its output of semi-finished products.
The investment aims....
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