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MSC chief stresses need for improving quality, diversifying higher added value products

Inattention to quality would severely affect profitability, it may result in an increase in production though, said the managing director of Mobarakeh Steel Company.
Dr. Bahram Sobhani thanked his personnel for the achievements the company has made in pulling off 118 melting and said setting new records is useful and valuable in itself. “The fact is that a rise in the quantity of products would be meaningless without improving the quality and reducing the waste. These two should go hand in hand, because an increase in production without raising the quality would strongly harm corporate profitability.”
He further said in light of the fact that during the assessment process MSC is compared with foreign firms, all managers and officials at MSC’s units are expected to provide the necessary information in this regard and identify – in writing – the company’s strong points and those weak points which should be overcome so that MSC can offer a suitable report for the assessment process thanks to conscientious efforts by all staff.     
Dr. Sobhani went on to say that during the assessment process the company’s strengths and weaknesses are weighed and some related experiences are shared and transferred. “The process will also bring about constant improvement and a better position for the company as it walks down the path of excellence.” 
The MSC chief congratulated all personnel in his company on the anniversary of Mobarakeh Steel Company producing the first product in the Continuous Casting Plant [September 26, 1991], and said, “MSC has always stressed that safety is the number one priority when it comes to all activities in the company. That’s why all personnel should responsibly observe safety procedures, review safety-related guidelines, train the new staff and transfer their experiences to them.”     
It should be noted that at an MSC management committee hearing, senior managers and their deputies submitted detailed reports on the performance of their mills and plants. For his part, the managing director provided them with his viewpoints on each plant and mill.

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