China Steel Dragon Steel plant

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China Steel Dragon Steel plant (中龍鋼鐵股份有限公司 (Chinese)) (also known as DSC, Zhonglong Iron & Steel Co., Ltd., and Kuei-Yi Industrial Co., and Ltd. (predecessor)) is a 6080.0-thousand tonnes per annum (ttpa) nan steel plant in Taichung, in Taiwan. China Steel Dragon Steel plant operates a blast furnace (BF), basic oxygen furnace (BOF), and electric arc furnace (EAF).

Location

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Background

China Steel Corporation owns both the Dragon Steel and China Steel Structure plants in Taiwan.

Plant Details

  • Alternative plant names: DSC, Zhonglong Iron & Steel Co., Ltd., Kuei-Yi Industrial Co., Ltd. (predecessor)
  • Other language plant name: 中龍鋼鐵股份有限公司 (Chinese)
  • Location: No.100, Longchang Rd., Longjing Dist., Taichung City 434, Taiwan
  • GPS Coordinates: 24.226897, 120.493911 (exact)
  • Plant status: operating[1]
  • Start year: 1993[1]
  • State-owned entity status: N/A
  • Parent company: Dragon Steel Corporation (DSC) [100%]
  • Parent company PermID: GEM0000464 [100%]
  • Owner: Dragon Steel Corporation (DSC)[1]
  • Owner PermID: GEM0000464
  • Crude steel production capacities (thousand tonnes per annum): 6080.0
    • Basic oxygen furnace / Blast furnace (BOF/BF): 5000[1]
    • Electric arc furnace (EAF): 1080[1]
  • Crude iron production capacities (thousand tonnes per annum): 5000
    • Pig iron/hot metal: 5000[1]
    • Sinter: 6200[1]
    • Coke: 2118[1]
  • Steel product category: flat, long[1]
  • Steel products: structural steel, high-strength low alloy steel, hot-rolled coils, narrow steel plates, H beams, billet[1][2]
  • Workforce size: 3224[3]
  • ISO50001 certification year: 2021[4]
  • Main production equipment: BF, BOF, EAF[1]
  • Detailed production equipment: 2 coking plants; 2 sinter plants; 2 BF (began in 2013 and 2010); 3 BOF; 1 EAF (150-tonne, twin-shell DC EAF)[1][5]

Articles and Resources

References

  1. 1.00 1.01 1.02 1.03 1.04 1.05 1.06 1.07 1.08 1.09 1.10 1.11 "Dragon Steel Corporation". Dragon Steel. Archived from the original on January 12, 2022. Retrieved January 19, 2022.
  2. "Finance". Dragon Steel. Retrieved 2022-04-14.
  3. "中龍鋼鐵股份有限公司". Dragon Steel. Archived from the original on January 26, 2022. Retrieved January 26, 2022.
  4. "ISO50001 Certificate" (PDF). Dragon Steel. Retrieved 2022-04-14.
  5. "History". Dragon Steel. Retrieved 2022-04-14.

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