On April 29, within the framework of his visit to the Zhlobin region, OJSC “Belarusian Metallurgical Plant - the managing company of the BMK holding” was visited by Nikolai Rogashchuk, Assistant to the President of the Republic of Belarus, Chief Inspector for the Gomel Region. He was accompanied by the chairman of the Zhlobin regional executive committee Alexander Grigorenko.
During his visit to the plant, Nikolai Rogashchuk got acquainted with the work of the production units of BMZ. In particular, he was shown all the main production facilities of the Belarusian Metallurgical Plant. The first object of the visit was the electric steel-smelting shop No. 1 - technological lines for steel melting and casting. The Aide to the President also visited the pipe rolling, second section rolling and second steel wire shops.
& bsp; & bsp; During the visit, Nikolai Rogashchuk noted that BMZ, as a gross-generating enterprise, is aimed at increasing the volume of exports and production. “The enterprise will develop and solve the assigned tasks to increase the volume. It makes a significant contribution to the physical volume index for the region as a whole, ”Nikolay Rogashchuk said.
& bsp; & bsp; Dmitry Korchik, General Director of BMZ, informed that the European market, where more than 50% of exports are directed, is coming out of the pandemic, and the volume of orders is increasing. “At the moment, the plant is provided with orders until the end of the year for all types of products. In the first quarter, the company worked with net profit, profitability of sales. At BMZ today there are opportunities for increasing wages. This is one of the main indicators that indicates that the company is developing and moving forward, ”said Dmitry Korchik.
& bsp; & bsp; He also stressed that BMZ sets itself serious tasks, including those related to technical re-equipment. The plans are to complete the reconstruction of the dust and gas collection unit in the second electric steel-making shop and the technical re-equipment of the steel wire shops.