In August Mariupol Ilyich Iron and Steel Works reached the maximum of its galvanized rolled metal output – 30 thousand tons. Half of the products were produced according to Eurostandards.
In August Ukraine exported $37.2 million worth of steel pipes, with imports on the level of $6.91 million.
Metallurgprom forecasts the steel output on the level of 1.9 million tons in October. Rolled metal and pig iron manufacture are expected at 1.8 million tons and 1.9 million tons respectively.
In January-August Ukrainian metal companies consumed 1.38 billion cubic meters of gas, down by 22% YoY.
In January-August Ukrainian companies received $5715.03 million for ferrous metals exports, down by 40.3% YoY.
The State administration of the railroad transport of Ukraine (Ukrzaliznytsya) has no problems with coal deliveries from the anti-terrorist operation zone in the East.
To understand the impact of events in Donetsk and Lugansk on the Ukrainian coal industry, two main questions need to first be answered:
In January-June Ukrainian companies exported 10.2 million tons of ferrous metals worth $4.2 billion, up by 26.7% and down by 42.1% YoY respectively.
The occupied territories face problems with fuel, machinery and railroad, said the Ministry for energy and coal ministry Vladimir Demchyshin.
In January-August Ukrainian companies exported 992.85 thousand tons of ferrous metals scrap worth $241.9 million, up by 56% or by 59% and by 10.6% or 22.7% YoY respectively.
There is no political background in Antonov’s cooperation with Dneprospetsstal (DSS), main shareholders of which are Russian, said Ukroboronprom general director Roman Romanov.
In January-August Ukraine exported 577.55 thousand tons of ferroalloys worth $635.58 million, down by 9.8% and 19.3% YoY respectively.
By the end of September Ukraine would have received the first ships with coal from the South African Republic.
In early September Ukrainian exporters of rebars announced a price drop.