SULB to boost DRI capacity
- Bahrain: Thursday, October 04 - 2012 at 08:51
Bahraini steelmaker United Steel Co (Sulb) has announced plans to raise its melting and direct reduced iron (DRI) capacity, as well as install a rebar mill in the second phase of expansion at its new steelworks in the north-eastern region of Al Hidd. Sulb said the DRI plant should come online in January 2013. The expansion plan comprises a 1.5 million tonnes/year capacity DRI plant, 1m t/y melt shop and 600,000 t/y heavy sections mill that will produce medium-to-large H-beams.
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