Hyundai Steel’s melted iron production reaches 100m tonsHyundai Steel, the nation’s second-largest steelmaker, said yesterday that accumulative melted iron production from its Incheon plant has surpassed 100 million tons, becoming the first company in Korea to reach this milestone using an electric furnace.
Hyundai Steel’s Incheon plant has produced melted iron since 1956 and surpassed 50 million tons of the substance from its electric furnace in 2001, equivalent to building 500 copies of Incheon Bridge, which is Korea’s longest cable-stayed bridge, according to the company.
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