Disaster Response

More Cement Sent to the Flood-Hit Areas


Officials and workers of the Sunchon Cement Complex are making innovation in cement production in response to the decision of the 16th Meeting of the Political Bureau of the Seventh Central Committee of the Workers’ Party of Korea on healing the flood damages as soon as possible by all means and providing the people with a stabilized life.


Chief Engineer Ri Kyong Ho says:

“Kilns Nos. 2 and 3 are now in full operation. According to the high enthusiasm of the masses, we have all turned out to send more cement to the flood-hit areas for reconstruction by conducting the joint operation of the staff offices and the dovetailing of processes under a more scrupulous plan and thoroughly observing the technical rules and standard regulations of operation”

They have set a high goal to finish repairing kiln No. 1 in a short period while operating kilns Nos. 2 and 3 at full capacity even in the unfavorable weather conditions.

In order to ensure the quality of cement they are operating the kilns on a scientific basis and strengthening the dovetailing of processes and the cooperation between shifts.


They are also producing firebricks for the normal operation of the kilns.

Employees of the raw materials supply units including the Sunchon Limestone Mine are carrying out the sequence drilling and blasting, providing a reliable guarantee to the cement production.

The officials and workers of the Sunchon Cement Complex are increasing production with the viewpoint that cement is most important for healing the flood damages.

Thanks to their devoted efforts, a large quantity of cement is urgently transported to the places where the damages are being restored.

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