South Korean CG visits steel industries

December 6, 2013 Off By Web Desk

Karachi: “Korea is one of the strongest countries in Steel Industries and there is a great potential for both countries to cooperate with each other in Steel sector.”

These views were expressed by Consul General of South Korea, Chang-hee Lee while visiting the Agha Steel in Karachi, one of the largest Steel Mills in Pakistan. South Korean Consul General was accompanies by Resident Director of POSCO, Young-Ho Yoo.

The visiting delegation appreciated the systems and quality implemented at Agha Steel Industries to produce quality steel Rebars and Wire Rods. Consul General Lee, said “I am much impressed of the fact that Agha Steel mill produces best quality Steel by utilizing the most efficient computerized systems.”

He stressed the need for both countries to cooperate in order to develop Pakistan’s promising steel Industry so it can play a constructive role in building a brighter future for Pakistan.

Resident Director of POSCO, Young-Ho Yoo said under difficult steel infrastructure conditions of Pakistan, Agha Steel’s achievement is marvelous. Agha Steel’s quality conscious production policy will contribute to the industrial development of Pakistan.” POSCO is amongst the most competitive steel producer of the world, with its global presence and a well-recognized reputation for its quality products.

During their visit, they highlighted that POSCO Engineering is now also aiming to develop Pakistan’s infrastructure and Agha Steel Industries will play a critical role in supplying quality steel Rebars as they are the only manufacturers in Pakistan to make quality steel by using the latest Electric Arc Furnace technology.

Executive Director of Agha Steel Industries, Hussain Agha, stated that Pakistan’s steel consumption growth is imminent and being one of the largest steel manufactures in Pakistan, it is our duty to define the quality standards of our Industry. POSCO and Agha Steel’s future is intertwined in Pakistan and we are hopeful to collaborate with them on many of their upcoming projects.