Tsingshan Delong Indonesia DXN Project-chinese Funds And Technology Drive The Development Of Indonesia Industry

www.ferroalloynet.com:Recently, the No. 2 blast furnace of Indonesia’s DXN 3.5 million tons/year steel project undertaken by MCC Southern General Contractor, China 19th Metallurgical and Sinochem Sixth Construction was put into operation. The project is located in Morovali Qingshan Industrial Park, Central Sulawesi Province, Indonesia. It is currently one of the largest and most complete metallurgical projects invested and constructed by Chinese-funded enterprises overseas. It is also one of the largest blast furnace ironmaking system projects in Indonesia. One.
Although Indonesia is rich in natural resources, it lacks infrastructure and industrial investment. Especially in the outer islands outside Java, it lacks basic industrial facilities such as power stations, roads, and large freight ports. Therefore, it has been unable to establish its own industrial system for a long time. Since Joko’s presidency, especially after reaching the “Belt and Road” cooperation initiative with China, more and more Chinese companies have gone to Indonesia for investment and construction. In addition to realizing their own economic value, they have also helped Indonesia improve its own economy and foundation. The level of construction has improved the living standards of the Indonesian people. Take DXN’s No. 2 blast furnace as an example. Indonesia’s local steel industry has a weak foundation and extensive technology. In an interview with this website, Bao Jianhua, chairman of DXN Steel, said: In addition to the state-owned Karakato and Korean-owned Pudong The two companies of Xiang Iron & Steel have steelmaking blast furnaces, and the steel industry across the country is basically small electric furnaces and intermediate frequency furnaces, which are net importers of steel. DXN’s two blast furnaces in the Qingshan Industrial Park are the second and fourth blast furnaces in Indonesia. After ignition, the production capacity will reach more than 4 million tons, which will greatly reduce the amount of Indonesian carbon steel imports.
It is not easy to make industrial investment abroad. Especially since 2020, facing the increasingly severe COVID-19 epidemic, tight construction schedule, heavy tasks and other multiple pressures, Chinese-funded enterprises in Indonesia must integrate engineering construction, safe production, and epidemic prevention and control. , Synchronous advancement. For example, the Jakarta-Bandung High-speed Rail Project Department not only achieved no infection among Chinese employees, but also steadily promoted the construction of high-speed rail. The commissioning of DXN 2 blast furnace not only increased steel production, but also promoted the entire upper, middle and lower reaches of the steel industry in Indonesia. Industrial development has created tens of thousands of jobs directly and indirectly, and promoted the phasing out of backward non-standard steel in the Indonesian steel market.
The Qingshan Industrial Park where DXN is located is one of several Chinese-funded industrial parks in Indonesia. In addition to creating jobs and promoting the economy, it also cooperates with the park enterprises to provide public services to the local society. The management of Qingshan Industrial Park, Ye Changqing, vice president of Yongqing Group, told reporters that the industrial park will work with park companies to provide low-cost electricity to local and surrounding residents, assist in road repairs, build Muslim prayer rooms, provide clinics and other public services. Various companies in the park are also organized to carry out mentor-apprentice pairing assistance activities to improve the technical work level of Indonesian employees. In the future, Qingshan Industrial Park will also cooperate with Chinese companies in the park to build hospitals, vocational schools and other supporting facilities in the local area. During the epidemic, the industrial park also aided a large amount of anti-epidemic materials to the local, Indonesia and other countries. The level of employment and welfare in the industrial park has made it not only a “gold rush” in the eyes of the people on Sulawesi, but also continues to attract residents from other islands, including Java and Bataan, to seek jobs. The gathering of people, economic development, and taxation have also brought benefits to the local government and economic development. The area around the park has become one of the most economically developed areas in Central Sulawesi.