Following a water shortage at the iron and steel complex at Cedar-Hajjar in the state of Annaba, production has returned to normal.
The high kiln No. 2, which produces 1,500 tons of iron and steel each day had been paused for a time, but is now operational again. It is the goal to have the daily production reach 2,000 tons a day before the end of October.
The water proper was fixed, and the resuming of the kiln was then possible, as water is necessary in case of an incident.
The complex employs more than 4,500 employees and are working hard everyday to produce 2,500 tons of iron and steel on a daily basis.