A modern metallurgy plant

The plant has two major production shops: the Melting Shop (the EAF shop) and the Rolling Mill.
According to the design, the melting shop consisted of two electric arc furnaces (the 1006 EAF) and two billet continuous casting machines (the CCM), all designed to produce about 700, 000 tonnes of steel per year. The total output in the first year of operation was as low as 206, 000 tonnes of steel billets. The installed metallurgical equipment appeared to be inoperative. Both the EAFs and the CCMs revealed certain deficiencies in the design that prevented the efficient operation of the units.
IIn 1985, the EAF shop started its modernisation to redesign and up-grade its production line No. 2 (the EAF-2 and the CCM-2). The work involved many foreign engineering companies and equipment suppliers.
As a result, the EAF shop shifted to the operation based on only one production line (the EAF-2, the Ladle Furnace, the CCM-2) in 1998.

Company websites

  • wwwMain site
  • wwwCatalogue site
  • wwwVirtual storefront

Is this your company?

Add websites to boost your visibility.

Ask for a quote

Business activity

Keywords associated with this company

  • Wires and cables, steel

Additional details

Edit my company's contents

Key figures

  • 201 - 500
    company headcount
  • 101 - 200
    Sales staff
  • 80%
    % of export sales
  • > 50.000 K€
    Sales turnover


  • Year established
  • Site status
    Site status
    Registered office, Parent company
  • Main activity
    Main activity
    Manufacturer/ Producer
    View secondary activities
    • Wholesaler

Markets and trading zones

Trading areas

Green: area covered
Grey: area not covered

Commercial information


This company has not supplied these details.

Payment methods

This company has not supplied these details.


This company has not supplied these details.

A similar page for your company? Make sure everyone can find you. Create your dedicated company page on EUROPAGES - it's easy! Add your company

EUROPAGES also recommends

93 v