Ukraine: DMKD operates 1 blast furnace

Dneprovsky Iron and Steel Works named after Dzerzhinsky, a part of the Industrial Union of Donbass corporation, has decreased output and now operates only 1 blast furnace, the other 2 are idle.

Ukraine: why UGMK changed CEO

In mid December Ukrainian Mining And Metallurgical Company, one of the largest metal traders in Ukraine, dismissed Mladen Peikovich from the office of the CEO and appointed Valentin Sobchuk for a year instead.

Ukraine: Lviv asking the government to provide for 916 million UAH for miners

Lviv regional state administration asks the Cabinet of Ministers to provide for 916 million UAH in the 2016 state budget for the support of Lviv mines, says the first deputy of the Lviv region chairman Rostislav Zamlinsky.

Ukraine: AMKR to decrease output due to railroad tariffs rise

For the first time ArcelorMittal Kriviy Rih will not be able to fulfill its obligations to the state and its employees because of the increase of the Ukrzaliznytsia tariffs.

Metals of Ukraine & Russia: reinforcement steel (ordinary steel), November 2015

Ukraine: EEC imposes railroad wheels antidumping duties

The Eurasian Economic Commission has decided to impose antidumping duties on Ukrainian steel weldless railroad wheels. The size of the duty is 4.75% of the customs cost, and it has been imposed for 5 years.

Ukraine: DTEK Ternovskoye completes annual mining plan

Miners of DTEK Ternovskoe Mine Group have fulfilled their annual plan 11 days ahead of time, by mining 3755 thousand tons of quality power-generating coal.

Ukraine: Krasnoarmeyskugol gets money for salary

To pay salary debts the state enterprise Krasnoarmeyskugol received 57683 thousand UAH.

Ukraine: Corum Group decreased consolidated revenue

In January-September Corum Group decreased its consolidated revenue by 5% YoY, to 1.2 billion UAH.

Ukraine: Ukrzaliznytsia not to help local mining works

Ukrzaliznytsia should not subsidize Ukrainian mining and processing works that mine iron ore, believes the company chief analyst Ivan Mokushenko.

Ukraine: PGOK believes railroad tariffs fatal to the industry

Poltava Mining and Processing Works, a part of Ferrexpo, believes the increase of the railroad transportation tariffs will be fatal to the industry.

Ukraine: Interpipe changes chairman

The supervisory board of Interpipe Dniepropetrovsk Vtormet has dismissed Olga Korotkova from the office of the chairman, and appointed Gennady Shevchenko acting chairman of the board.

Ukraine: metal makers speak against railroad tariffs increase

Chairman of the Metallurgists Federation of Ukraine Sergey Belenky said Ukrzaliznytsia shouldn’t increase the cost of its services under the recessing economy.