In 2017 Khiagda is expected to sell 693 tons of uranium, while in 2008 it sold just 60 tons.
For the next year the company has the same goals: further decrease of the prime cost of the products and the manufacturing processes.
At the same time it also has new challenges: improve efficiency, increase output to 827 tons and put new deposits in operation, in particular, the Istochnoye and Vershinnoye.
The company also plans to acquire new machinery. (Ukrainian metal)