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Six nickel-iron lines were put into production in September in Jingan 1.3 million ton stainless steel project of Naiman Banner.
Jul 24,2020 10:30CST
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Source:Naiman Banner
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SMM News: Naiman Banner, Tongliao City, Inner Mongolia, to overcome the impact of the epidemic and go all out to promote the resumption of key projects. During the year, 86 key projects (57 newly built and 29 continued) are planned to be implemented, with an investment of more than 7 billion yuan.

Jingan Nickel-based Alloy New material Project. More than 2000 workers have returned to work, and 18 Ni-Fe alloy production lines have all resumed work, of which civil works have been basically completed. the production and installation of steel structure and the installation of equipment such as drying kiln, rotary kiln and submerged arc furnace are being carried out. 1 workshop has entered the commissioning stage of equipment power supply system and start-up of water supply system, and 6 production lines have been put into production in September.

The new projects to be started in the second half of the year are: 1.2947 million tons of stainless steel production line, 600000 tons of silicon-manganese alloy, 400000 tons of high-carbon ferrochromium production line, 204000 tons of lime production line, 25000 tons of castings and 3 million tons of blue charcoal project. the total investment of the above projects is 9.727 billion yuan, and the investment of the continuation and new projects completed in the same year is more than 2 billion yuan. Supporting the construction of dormitory buildings, solid waste storage sites, special railway lines, park roads and other infrastructure projects.

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