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The facility would produce 425,000 tons of pig iron per year, and design of the project could be completed by June.
On Friday, the Korea Customs Office (KCS) said that the three South Korean business organisations brought in 35,038 tons of North Korean coal and pig iron worth 6.6 billion won (USD 5.86 million) between April and October last year.
Pig Iron to M/s Pak Steel Traders, Lahore thus causing loss of millions of rupees to the national exchequer.
He had moved the making of pig iron there from his works in Wednesbury because of the lack of local supplies of wood due to the cutting down of the trees over generations By the 1650s the wealthy John Jennens of Erdington Hall owned the Furnace and another at Bromford.
- A significant carbonate (limestone/dolomite) deposit has been discovered c.5km to the northwest of the 550Mt Tenge/Ruoni iron ore resource block and planned pig iron making facility.
Deborah Orr said: "In Pig Iron, Benjamin Myers's most recent novel, I think we have alighted on a work that captures the spirit of the Gordon Burn Prize perfectly."
Approximately 60% of its revenues in 1H12 came from pig iron and iron ore, with 26% from coke and 4% from coking coal and other products.
The company has low operating efficiency, reflected in the frequent closure of its pig iron plant and its working-capital-intensive operations.
The country exports its entire production of iron ore as it has no facility to process iron ore to produce pig iron or sponge iron.
The Pig Iron Theatre Company is the latest lauded troupe to join the ranks of training institutions with the Pig Iron School for Advanced Performance Training, which launches its first classes this fall.
In 2011 the company is targeting flat y/y output of crude steel and pig iron of 2.5mmt and 2.2mmt, respectively.
to restart blast furnace at pig iron plant in Orissa(C)1994-2010 ENPublishing - http://www.enpublishing.co.uk