In April Ukraine exported $182.2 million worth of rolled flats, with imports reaching $26.65 million.
In January-March Donetskstal-Metal Works received 4771.65 million UAH of losses.
In January-April Ukrainian coal mining companies mined 12718.9 thousand tons of ordinary coal, down 2.2 times, or by 15.14 million tons, YoY.
The largest mining and metal holding of Ukraine Metinvest initiates amendments to the conditions of its outstanding 2015, 2017 and 2018 notes totally worth $1.153 billion due to the events in Ukraine.
In January-April Ukraine exported 2439.09 thousand tons of carbon steel semi-finished products, down by 32.3% YoY.
In January-April Zaporizhstal produced 1.23 million tons of carbon steel, down by 4.4% YoY.
Metal companies in Ukraine will boost steel smelting by 15.8% in June compared to expected production in May, to 2.2 million tons, and steel roll production will grow by 12.5%, to 1.8 million tons.
In 2014 Dniepropetrovsk Iron and Steel Works named after Comintern (Kominmet) received 68.41 million UAH of losses.
In 2015 Evraz – Dniepropetrovsk Iron and Steel Works named after Petrovsky plans to produce 1028.7 thousand tons of pig iron, up by 2.8% YoY.
Banks and bondholders are at loggerheads over Metinvest‘s debt restructuring, with talks becoming increasingly tense as lenders fight to have loan debt recognized as senior to Eurobonds, lenders involved in the negotiations said.
Dneprovsky Iron and Steel Works named after F. Dzerzhinsky (DMKD) plans to increase steel output by 9%, or by 227.9 thousand tons, to 2760.4 thousand tons in 2015 YoY.
In 2014 Krasnogorovka Refractory Works (Donetsk region) received 1.95 million UAH of losses.
The mining enterprises of Ukraine in January-April exported 14.75 million tons of iron ore, up by 13.9% YoY.
In January-April Ukrainian companies produced 7.08 million tons of carbon steel, down by 29.7% YoY.
In March Ukraine (not counting the temporarily occupied territories of Crimea and Sevastopol) mined 2 million tons of coal, down by 61.1% YoY.