In December 2015 Ukraine produced 56.9 thousand tons of ferroalloys, down by 16.6% MoM, or by 11.3 thousand tons.
In 2015 Ukraine exported 45.7 million tons of iron ore raw materials, up by 11.8% YoY.
In 2015 Evraz Sukhaya Balka was selling ore at $23 per ton ExW, down from $52 in 2014.
Zaporizhstal has implemented the automated GPS-control of its transport to increase production efficiency.
In Q4 2015 Evraz Dniepropetrovsk Iron and Steel Works named after Petrovsky increased steel semis output but decreased rolled metal production.
The Commercial Court of Lugansk region has ordered Alchevsk Iron and Steel Works to pay 165.75 million UAH of main debt for gas supplied in January-September 2014, 90.36 million of inflation losses and 5.38 million UAH of 3% to Naftogaz Ukrainy.
In 2015 Ukraine exported $8.08 billion worth of ferrous metals, down by 38% YoY.
In 2015 major Ukrainian companies produced 852.4 thousand tons of pipes, down by 39.4% YoY. In December 2015 pipe output totaled 75.4 thousand tons, with 69.7 thousand tons in November.
In December 2015 Dneprovsky Iron and Steel Works named after Dzerzhinsky, a part of the Industrial Union of Donbass, wasn’t able to reach its output target due to the lack of coke, iron ore and scrap.
The Lviv customs office lost 4 million UAH for each day the miners were blocking Lviv – Rava-Russkaya road.
Lviv region miners are prepared to continue their strikes, if their salary debts of 120 million UAH are not cleared by January 21.
DTEK Pavlogradugol still holds the title of the leading coal miner in Ukraine: in 2015 it mined 18.8 million tons of coal, almost half of the total coal output.
In 2015 Ukraine mined 80.37 million tons of iron ore, down by 2% YoY, including 66.81 million tons of iron ore concentrate, down by 2%.
In 2015 Ukraine exported 1212.55 thousand tons of ferrous scrap, up by 29.4% or 31.5% YoY, depending on the comparison base, valued at $295.19 million or $289.84 million.