‘Minor’ outages curb Evraz’s North American steel output
Apr 18, 2013 | 04:58 PM
| Thorsten Schier
NEW YORK "Minor" unplanned outages led to a drop in first-quarter crude steel production at Evraz Plcs North American operations, the company said, although it expects to reach its targeted output in the second quarter as "technical issues" at the steelmakers plants have now been resolved.
Crude steel production fell 8 percent to 561,000 tonnes in the first quarter compared with the same year-ago period, the London-based steelmaker said April 18, while finished steel output at its U.S. operations improved 7.7 percent to 717,000 tonnes in the same comparison due to continued high utilization rates.....
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