DPRK Premier Visits Taean Heavy Machinery Complex and Sunchon Chemical Complex

19 Nov

DPRK Premier Choe Yong Rim (2nd R) tours an area of the T’aean Heavy Machine Complex in South P’yo’ngan Province (Photo: Rodong Sinmun)

DPRK state media reported on 19 November (Monday) that DPRK Cabinet Premier Choe Yong Rim visited the T’aean Heavy Machinery Complex and the Sunch’o’n Chemical Complex in South P’yo’ngan Province.  Choe toured the T’aean Heavy Machine Complex in Kangso’ County, South P’yo’ngan Province,  during which, according to KCNA, Choe said that “officials, workers and technicians there have honored their yearly plan as of the end of October by widely applying advanced technology while operating equipment in full capacity.”  After his tour Choe “convened a consultative meeting on the spot. It discussed such issues as keeping the production of generating equipment and transformers going at a high rate while actively pushing forward the updating of the complex and underscored the need for the related units to ensure a satisfactory supply of necessary materials.”

The T’aean Heavy Machine Complex (above) and Sunch’o’n Chemical Complex (below) (Photo: Google images)

Choe Yong Rim also toured the Sunch’o’n Chemical Complex in the city of Sunch’o’n, South P’yo’ngan Province.  According to KCNA, during his tour of the complex, Choe said “the complex succeeded in establishing an integrated automation system for business activities as required by the new century, thus laying a groundwork for boosting the vinalon production.”  KCNA reported that during his visit Choe “took measures to accelerate the work to put the production processes on a modern basis through intensified scientific researches, and keep the production of carbide and vinalon going at a high rate.”

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One Response to “DPRK Premier Visits Taean Heavy Machinery Complex and Sunchon Chemical Complex”

  1. Himes Machinery 07/19/2013 at 06:27 #

    Heavy machinery plays very important role in the development of the country this is really very useful post.

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