SIDERPERU

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Empresa Siderúrgica del Perú S.A.A.
Public
Traded as BVLSIDERC1
Industry Siderurgy
Founded (1956)
Headquarters Chimbote, Peru
Key people
Hermann Von Muhlenbrock Soto (Chairman)
Juan Pablo Garcia Bayce (CEO)
Revenue Increase US$ 543.2 Million (2008)
Number of employees
2,500
Parent Gerdau
Website www.sider.com.pe

SIDERPERU is a Peruvian steel and iron company and controlled by Gerdau, a Brazilian siderurgy company.[1]

The company was founded in 1956 in Chimbote city. The steel complex is set in an 600 hectares large site and has a production capacity of more than 500 tons of steel products. It includes a blast furnace, the only one in Peru, and several electric arc furnaces that produce steel sponges. Since its foundation the company is the largest in its sector in Peru.

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  1. ^ "Siderperu". BNamericas. Retrieved 3 January 2014. 

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