Ukraine: Interpipe working at 30-50% capacity

Interpipe is working at 30-40% of its steel pipes capacities.

Ukraine: DMKD and AMKR get the most VAT back in October 2015

The largest receivers of the VAT-reimbursement in October were Dneprovsky Iron and Steel Works named after Dzerzhinsky (578.1 million UAH) and ArcelorMittal Kriviy Rih (430.8 million UAH).

Ukraine: Western Donbass miners get 15 million tons of coal

DTEK Pavlogradugol mine groups are working stable. So far they have mined 14.7 million tons of coal.

Ukraine: Interpipe names conditions of its return to Russia

Interpipe could return to the Russian steel pipes market if the Rouble gets stronger and the prices increase.

Ukraine: Ilyich output down in 10 months

In January-October Mariupol Ilyich Iron and Steel Works produced 2.02 million tons of rolled metal, down by 28.2% YoY.

Ukraine: DSS supervisory board extends the acting chairman term of office

Dneprospetsstal supervisory board has extended the term of office of its acting chairman Vitaly Kornievsky for 3 months.

Ukraine: Interpipe fears another railroad tariffs rise

Interpipe sees another rise of railroad tariffs as critical.

Ukraine: Metinvest developing despite hardships

In 2014-2015 the largest Ukrainian private mining-metallurgical group Metinvest went through the hoops of military activities in the East, but it still carries on modernization of its companies and lends a helping hand in rebuilding the destroyed infrastructure of the region.

Ukraine: miners in mortal danger

The chairman of the Independent trade union of the miners of Ukraine Mikhail Volynets believes the labor safety level in the coal industry is rapidly falling, and could lead to increase of the fatal accidents at mines.

Ukraine: AZOTSM appoints a new chairman

The Supervisory board of Artemovsk Non-Ferrous Processing Works (AZOTSM, Donetsk region) has dismissed Igor Shutov from the office of the chairman of the board and appointed Vitaly Malykhin instead.

Ukraine: Fitch affirms Interpipe at ‘RD’

Fitch Ratings has affirmed Interpipe’s long-term issuer default rating (IDR) at ‘RD’ (Restricted Default), Fitch said in a press release.

Ukraine: AZOTSM appoints a new supervisory chairman

Shareholders of the Artemovsk Non-Ferrous Metals Processing Works (Donetsk regions) have dismissed Vadim Shpakovsky from the office of the chairman of the supervisor board, and appointed Roman Kipot instead.

Ukraine: ZTMK to buy 8.4 million cubic meters of gas in 2016

Zaporozhye Titanium and Magnesium Works, a part of Group DF, has announced a tender for delivery of 8.37 million cubic meters of natural gas in 2016.

Ukraine: Metinvest buy Avdiivka Coke shares

Metinvest B. V. (the Netherlands) has consolidated 87.14% of Avdiivka Coke and Chemical Works (Donetsk region).

Ukraine: Ferrexpo appoints Frauman its non-executive director

Ferrexpo plc, owner of the Poltava Mining and Processing Works, has appointed David Frauman its non-executive director.

Ukraine: SevGOK ends 9 months with profits

In January-September Severniy Mining and Processing Works (SevGOK, a part of Metinvest) received 32.15 million UAH of net profits, as opposed to 2040.28 million UAH of profits in the corresponding period of 2014.

Ukraine: Ilyich to close its Kiev office

Mariupol Ilyich Iron and Steel Works (Donetsk region) decided to close its representative office in Kiev. The corresponding decision was taken on October 29 by the supervisory board due to the economic expediency.

Ukraine: AMKR trade union demanding to stop firing people

ArcelorMittal Kriviy Rih primary organization of the metal and mining trade union demands from the company CEO Paramjit Kahlon to stop decreasing the employee number.

Ukraine: Krasnolimanskaya CEO bail lowered

The Donetsk regional court of appeals has lowered the bail for the Krasnolimanskaya coal company CEO Konstantin Kiselev, detained for plunder. In particular he could be set free for 5 million UAH, instead of 20 million UAH.

Ukraine: Avdiivka Coke profits in January-September 2015

In January-September Avdiivka Coke and Chemical Works received 55.8 million UAH of net profit, while in the corresponding period of 2014 it received 686.8 million UAH of net losses.