In 2014 Dniepropetrovsk Metal Constructions Works named after Babushkin received 119.68 million UAH of losses.
Once the single largest source of hard currency, accounting for 38% of Ukraine’s export revenues in 2011, steel, iron ore and other metal exports have plummeted 24.5% since Russia’s war on Ukraine began last year.
Ukrainian export prices are down by $10, Russian – by $10-15.
In 2014 Novotroitskoye Mine Group received 55.53 million UAH of net profit.
Export prices are up by $90-100.
In 2014 Vatutino Refractory Works (Cherassy region) received 11.54 million UAH of losses.
Month Russian market, $/t, EXW, without VAT, $1/RUR51.703* Ukrainian market, $/t, without VAT, EXW, $1/UAH21.047* min max min max March 591.65 758.18 546.89 566.31 April 591.65 758.18 546.89 577.54 * – Ukrainian Hrivna and Russian Rouble exchange rates are as of 30.04.15 according to the National Bank of Ukraine and the Central Bank of the…
In April Ukraine produced 6795 thousand tons of iron ore and iron ore concentrate, up by 1.2%, or by 81 thousand tons, MoM.
Russian export prices are down by $10-15.
In April Nikopol Ferroalloy Plant (NZF) produced 0.9 thousand tons of ferromanganese, down by 83.3%, or by 4.5 thousand tons, MoM.
In January-March hot-rolled steel rods exports from Ukraine to Russia fell 3 times, to mere 24 thousand tons YoY.