Panzhihua Steel’s Baima Mine posts record iron ore concentrate output in August
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In August, Sichuan Province-based Chinese steel producer Panzhihua Steel's Baima Mine produced a record high iron ore concentrate output of 229,370 mt, according to local newspaper Panzhihua Daily.
During the first nine days of August, the mine produced 68,450 mt of iron ore concentrate, 104.8 percent of the scheduled tonnage for the period in question. In the given month, the average daily output of iron ore concentrate at Baima Mine was 7,258 mt.
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