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General manager of Ventanas Smelter of CODELCO, Jose Sanhueza pays a visit

General manager of Ventanas Smelter of CODELCO, Jose Sanhueza pays a visit

Author:
Huang Zhiwei
Source:
2019/03/28 14:27
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[Abstract]:
On March 8, general manager of Ventanas Smelter of CODELCO, Jose Sanhueza, general manager of El Teniente Mine, Nicolas Rivera and General manager of El Teniente Smelter, Claudio Carrasco visited the
 
On March 8, general manager of Ventanas Smelter of CODELCO, Jose Sanhueza, general manager of El Teniente Mine, Nicolas Rivera and General manager of El Teniente Smelter, Claudio Carrasco visited the company.
  Jose Sanhueza visited the production site of "two-step copper smelting process" and the unitary furnace workshop, and discussed with the relevant staff of the technical center.
  After on-site visiting and discussions, he fully affirmed the clean production environment and good operation state of the company's production site, and highly appraised the advancement and superiority of "two-step copper smelting process" independently developed by Fangyuan.
  Group chairman Cui Zhixiang, deputy general manager and chief engineer Wang Zhi, deputy general manager Guo Xuemin, principal scientist Tan Keqin, deputy chief engineer and deputy director of general production factory Wang Haibin attended the activities.
  The El Teniente copper mine is located at 150 kilometers South of Santiago, Chile, more than 2,000 meters above sea level in the Andes. There is a special legendary story about the origin of its name. It is said that at the end of the eighteenth century, Chile was under the rule of Spanish colonists, and a Spanish lieutenant was ready to flee to Argentina to avoid debt because he was heavily in debt. The moment he reached the top of the Andes, this large copper mine was found, which attracted worldwide attention. As a result, his time was come and he turned out to be the owner of the mine. The mine is also named El Teniente, meaning "lieutenant" in Spanish.