The largest scrap processing base owned by Ulanhot Steel in Hinggan League, Inner Mongolia has recently started construction. Ulanhot Steel is a subsidiary of Jingye Group.
The base will be built in two phases for a combined scrap processing capacity of 1 million tonnes/year, Kallanish notes. The project will be equipped with a 3,000-horsepower scrap steel crushing line with no exhaust emissions.
Ulanhot Steel will also construct a 12,000 square-metre workshop to…
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