The production activities at Sider El Hadjar complex in Annaba were resumed, on Monday, with the restart of blast furnace No. 2 after hours of downtime following the protest movement observed by a group of workers claiming their permanency, said the Secretary General of the union of this complex, adding that a dialogue between the administration and the latter is ongoing.
The blast furnace No. 2 was put back into service after the evacuation of the workers who obstructed the operation of transferring the cast iron to the steel mills, thus, paralyzing the production line, said the SG of the Union of the complex, Riadh Djemaï, specifying that the protesters “camp on their position”.
He added that the management of the El Hadjar complex, headed by chief executive officer (CEO) Chamseddine Maatallah, opened a dialogue with protesters, on Monday, in the presence of local representatives of the General Union of Algerian Workers (UGTA).
Sider El Hadjar complex employs more than 4,500 workers and is oriented “from 2019” towards the achievement of an annual production exceeding 850,000 tons of steel.
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