Monday, June 1, 2020
Havana.- The Antillana de Acero steel company, based in the Cuban capital, benefits from a modernization program that will increase its productive capacity.
In a first stage, the plan consists of the capital repair of warehouses, the assembly of traveling cranes and the installation of the 250 mill, which is equipped with modern and automated technology.
The latter will allow making steel bars and increase production of liquid steel.
When the plant resumes operations, it will produce 226,000 tons of high-quality steel bars, in addition to providing heat treatment.
Meanwhile, work in the energy area is under way, with an emphasis on the repair of the 220-kilowatt substation, as well as a new automated control center.