Home to SteelAsia's rolling mill called M6 with a capacity of 250,000 tons per year.
When M6 was first commissioned in 2006, the mill located inside the Phividec Industrial Estates in Misamis Oriental was Mindanao’s only operating rebar mill. In 2013, the mill closed down and was acquired in the same year by the SteelAsia Group from Elegant Steel.
The mill was rehabilitated and upgraded to its current capacity of 250,000 tons per year.
Along with SteelAsia’s M5 in Davao, the buyers of the region have seen rebar costs reduced by over P1,500 per ton in Mindanao. They no longer need to ‘import’ rebar from Manila, as the region had its own rebar mill which could be accessed for picked-up orders 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Besides the lower rebar cost, the impact was also immediately felt by the region’s business community as the mill created economic activity for logistics, operations supply, jobs, and port activity.
The two Mindanao mills are also able to cover for the unprecedented construction growth in the Luzon and Visayas islands, shipping rebar regularly to these regions.
PNS49 Rebar (sizes 10mm to 16mm, lengths 6M to 12M) Grade 230 (ASTM Grade 33) regular
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Chia Hsin Iron Works (China)
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Chia Hsin Engineering (China)
Continuous, Straight Line Rolling Mill
17 Horizontal Rolling Stands
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