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Bedeschi restarts its operations at Taranto steel plant

Italy’s Bedeschi has restarted its operations at ArcelorMittal’s integrated steel plant in Taranto.

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Bedeschi restarts its operations at Taranto steel plant

The steelmaker is aiming to make its plant one of the most advanced and environmentally friendly facilities in Europe, Bedeschi said in a statement.

 

The Italian equipment OEM was awarded the supply contract for the stacking and reclaiming system inside the facility’s primary park (mineral and fossil).

 

“The supply of the new machines will have a key role in reducing the dust spillage towards the city, with energy-savings and improved efficiency of both the production and the reliability of the plant,” stated Bedeschi. “Currently, we have begun the operations, let’s go ahead.”

 

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