Coal mines attain yearly economic plan

Coal miners at Ryongdung Coal Mine
Miners at Ryongdung Coal Mine under Kujang Area Coal Mining Complex. (Screenshot KCTV December 1, 2020)

A productive upswing is being effected in the coal industrial sector of the DPRK through the 80-day campaign.

According to data available, Anju and Chonnae area coal mining complexes and 10-odd coal mines carried out their yearly production plans.

The above-said coal mines have raised the operation rate of mining equipment to the maximum while extending the preparatory cutting faces through continuous drilling and blasting. They also introduced advanced tunneling and hewing methods and launched a brisk socialist emulation to record high results in daily coal production.

Meanwhile, other coal mining complexes and coal mines across the country have striven to fulfill their yearly economic plans.

(KCNA - December 22, 2020)


  1. Fulfillers of 80-Day Campaign Assignments Increase in Coal-mining Industry

    More than 10 mining teams, 20-odd heading squads and 6 mining pits of the Sunchon Area Youth Coal Mining Complex fulfilled their production plans for their 80-day campaign.

    The labor and management of the February 8 Jikdong Youth Coal Mine worked hard to hit their target for their 80-day campaign in the face of their difficulties.

    Many units of the Chonsong and Ryongdae Youth Coal Mines carried out their mining and heading goals.

    The 20-odd mining teams and 10-odd heading squads of the Kujang Area Coal Mining Complex topped their work assignments by December 20.

    Tens of the heading squads and 10-odd mining squads of the Anju Area Coal Mining Complex, including the first heading team of the first Mining Pit of its Ryongrim Coal Mine, executed their tunneling and mining plans for their 80-day campaign.

    (Rodong Sinmun - December 24, 2020)


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