Steel maker Kurum resumes production at its Albanian plant after power shortage.

By bne IntelliNews June 13, 2012
Turkish steel and iron producer Kurum International has resumed production at its plant in Elbasan, central Albania, Steel Business Briefing informed. The company was forced to terminate operations during the first quarter of 2012, due to interruption of electricity supply in its melting, hot rolling, oxygen and hydrated lime facilities. Kurum International is one of the countrys biggest industrial investors. It employs a total of 700 workers in Albania.
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