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US' Nucor restarts DRI plant in Trinidad and Tobago

28 Oct 2021 15:21 reported by Ranny Fang

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After the planned maintenance, the US steel manufacturer Nucor has restarted its direct reduced iron (DRI) plant in Trinidad and Tobago.

This 1.7 million tons/year plant has been in suspension after the maintenance interruption was confirmed on October 14 and resumed production on October 20.

In addition, according to vessel-tracking data, the 35,000-ton Curaçao Pearl is now docked at the Trinidad plant in Point Lisas, indicating that shipments will resume soon.

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