Pyongyang, July 17 (KCNA) — The respected Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un gave field guidance to the September 1 Machine Factory under the Ranam Coal-mining Machine Complex.
He acquainted himself with the production of the factory, going round the room for education in the revolutionary history, sci-tech learning space, machine assembling ground and other places of the factory.
Praising its workers for having conducted fierce offensive to build modern buildings for production and life and spruced up the inside and outside of the factory, he stressed the need to continuously push ahead with technical updating of production processes and equipment as well as regular management of production buildings.
Going round workplaces busy with production of machines and ordered equipment, he stated that the officials, workers and technicians of the factory should intensify the creative cooperation and the mass technological innovation movement to increase the production capacity and realize the modernization and automation of machines at a high level.
It is necessary to bring science and technology close to production and work out a plan in a bold and big way and stubbornly carry it into practice at the factory and thus further consolidate its material and technical foundations so as to produce machines requiring high technology, he said.
The sci-tech learning space should be arranged better and study-while-working habit thoroughly established at the factory so that all its employees can master machine equipment and fully arm themselves with the modern science and technology to radically increase the quality of machines, he noted.
He said that the factory should pay attention to improving the supply service for employees and providing them with good material and cultural living conditions to bring about a great upsurge in production.
Saying that the factory’s duty and role are very important, he set forth the tasks and ways for developing the factory into a leading machine producer.
He had a picture taken with the officials and workers of the factory, expressing the belief that they would bring about a fresh leap in the production of high-efficiency and modern machines of various kinds urgently needed for different fields of the national economy and make positive contributions to the development of the machine-building industry of the country.
He was accompanied by Hwang Pyong So, Jo Yong Won, O Il Jong and Kim Yong Su, senior officials of the Central Committee of the Workers’ Party of Korea, and Ri Hi Yong, chairman of the North Hamgyong Provincial Committee of the WPK.
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