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BlueScope Steel says it will take months to resume regular supplies of steel products from a plant in Victoria that has been affected by a series of strikes.
The steel maker says electricians returned to work at the Western Port plant this morning.
“I think everyone’s expectation is a bit like water in the water main, the tap gets turned on and water should flow,” he said.
“But the way our products are produced, it’s like the reservoir. We’ve actually got to fill the dam up again before products can flow to our customers and that will take months.”
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