The Prime Minister, Abdelaziz Jarad, gave the signal to demolish an old furnace in Sider El Hadjar complex in Annaba, which was built in 1968 and sits on an area of 100 hectares.
During the visit of his leaders to the boat yesterday, the Prime Minister received explanations regarding the process of dismantling the blast furnace No. 1, which will be supervised by the National Recovery Company, then establishing another furnace within a maximum period of 18 months that achieves economic efficiency at lower costs, as well as raising production with the Hajjar boat, which will direct some of its products to the automotive industry. And spare parts.
The blast furnace No. 1, which has not been used since 2009, represents about 150 thousand tons of untapped ferrous material remains, which will cover the vessel’s needs for a period of approximately 6 months, according to what is known to the place.
During his inspection of the boat, the Prime Minister explained, during a working visit to Annaba, during which he supervised the official launch of the baccalaureate exams (2020 session), that this procedure “falls within the framework of a view that depends on the exploitation of the available and unexploited resources to revive the economic activity in the boat.”
When he was given the signal to remove the remnants of old and unexploited equipment, accompanied by the Minister of Industry, Farhat Ait Ali Braham, Jarrad stated that this process “will enable the exploitation of an important balance of unexploited steel materials represented in the structure of blast furnace No. 1 to produce industrial materials that are used to spur other manufacturing industries. “.