For the Ukrainian steel industry 2014 was the worst in the last 15 years, worldsteel data shows.
In April Ukraine produced 132.6 thousand tons of manganese concentrate and sinter, up by 16.7%, or by 19 thousand tons, MoM.
In April Ukraine exported $89.95 million worth of ferroalloys, with imports on the level of $11.03 million.
Ukrainian export prices are up by $32-37, Russian average minimal export prices are up by $5, while average maximal prices are down by $10.
In January-March Zaporozhye Titanium and Magnesium Works produced 2279.9 tons of spongy titanium, up by 49.6%, YoY.
In April Ukraine exported $32.01 million worth of ferrous metals scrap, with imports on the level of $0.15 million.
In 2014 Evraz Dneprodzerzhinsk By-product Coke Plant received 65.73 million UAH of profits.
In April Ukraine exported $36.02 million worth of pig iron, with imports on the level of $0.12 million.
In April Ukraine produced 1.02 million tons of ferrous rolled metal, down by 41.4% YoY and 19.3% MoM. In January-April Ukraine produced 3.71 million tons of ferrous rolled metal.
Metallurgprom expects steel output in June on the level of 2.2 million tons, with pig iron at 2 million and rolled metal at 1.8 million tons.
In January-April Interpipe Steel produced 179 thousand tons of steel, down by 37.8% YoY.
In April Ukraine exported $60.91 million worth of steel pipes, while imports totaled $4.65 million UAH.
In 2014 Nikopol South Pipe Works (Dniepropetrovsk region) received 30.62 million UAH of losses.
In April Ukraine exported $144.26 million worth of long rolled products, while imports reached $11.92 million.
In 2014 Krivoy Rog Iron Ore Industrial Complex (Dniepropetrovsk region) received 1254.71 million UAH of profits.
In January-April Ukrainian companies produced 324.9 thousand tons of ferroalloys, down by 1.7% YoY.