Domestic Economy

DRI Output Rises to 9.4m Tons

Iran is the world's second biggest producer of DRI after India
DRI Output Rises to 9.4m TonsDRI Output Rises to 9.4m Tons

A total of 9.46 million tons of direct-reduced iron were produced in Iran during the first four months of the current Iranian year (March 21-July 22), indicating a 10% rise compared with last year’s similar period, the Iranian Steel Producers Association's latest report shows.
Mobarakeh Steel Company accounted for the largest share of the output with 2.56 million tons to register an increase of 7% year-on-year, according to the Iranian Mines and Mining Industries Development and Renovation Organization.
Following MSC, Khuzestan Steel Company was second on the list with 1.38 million tons (up 10% YOY), followed by Golgohar Mining and Industrial Complex with 935,764 tons, Hormozgan Steel Company with 536,509 tons (down 11% YOY), South Kaveh Steel Company with 490,293 tons (up 2% YOY), Chadormalu Steel Company with 476,694 tons, Khorasan Steel Company with 467,580 million tons (up 14% YOY), Saba Steel Complex with 352,540 tons (up 1% YOY) and Middle East Mines and Mining Industries Development Holding Company with 271,023 tons (down 10% YOY).


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