China: CCS Approves TISCO's Steel Round Bar for Shipbuilding

Chinese steelmaker Taiyuan Iron and Steel (Taiyuan Steel or TISCO) has won approval from China Classification Society for its forged steel round shipbuilding bar after an inspection by CCS officials.

Few weeks ago, after the field test and evaluation by experts from China Classification Society (CCS), the carbon steel section and alloy structural steel forged round product of TISCO were deemed as qualified to meet the requirements of CCS regulations and approved by the CCS of the certification.

It is the first time for carbon steel and alloy structural steel forged round product of Section Plant of TISCO to acquire the pass of CCS. It makes an access for the plant’s products to high-end markets.

As one of the biggest stainless steel enterprises equipped with globally biggest capacity and most up-to-date technology and equipment, TISCO has developed into an extraordinary large scale iron and steel complex, which is integrated with businesses of iron mining, iron and steel production, processing, delivery and trading. Now, TISCO has formed an energy-efficient longevity products cluster mainly in stainless steel, cold rolled silicon steel, high-strength-toughness series steel, and key products have entered into key fields and new industries such as petroleum, chemical industry, shipbuilding, container, railway, automobile etc..

Shipbuilding Tribune Staff, February 22, 2012; Image: tisco

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Posted on February 22, 2012

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