Tsingshan builds a 500,000-ton ferrochrome and carbon steel composite project in Zimbabwe
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With the launch of Afrochine's multi-million-dollar steel and ferrochrome new projects, the government's plan to expand the mining industry to a $12 billion industry by 2023 is taking shape.

Currently, the country’s only largest production plant is under construction in Chivhu, a province located 150 kilometers south of Harare, the capital of Mashonaland Province in the east.

The ferrochrome project is scheduled to start in the second half of 2021 and is expected to become the largest such project in the country and even in the SADC region.

Over the weekend, the Minister of Mines and Mining Development Winston Chitando and the Minister of State of Mashonaland East Aplonia Munzverengwi visited the large-scale project. location.

The compound project will include a carbon steel plant, an iron ore mine and processing plant, and a ferrochrome production plant with an annual output of 500,000 tons.

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