Ukraine: Krivoy Rog Ore Plant appoints new director

The supervisory board of the Krivoy Rog Central Ore Repairing Works has dismissed Victor Kravchuk from his office of the company director and appointed Alexander Selivestrov instead.

Ukraine: CGOK gives 11.5 million to Krivoy Rog beautification

The Central Mining and Processing Works gave 11.5 million UAH for beautification and social projects in Krivoy Rog in 2015.

Ukraine: DMKD starts making new products

In the first half of January Dneprovsky Iron and Steel Works named after Dzerzhinsky suffered from raw materials shortages.

Ukraine: AMKR dismisses board member

ArcelorMittal Kriviy Rih has dismissed Simon Francis Evans from his office of the supervisory board member.

Ukraine: Frunze Works starts producing net

Kharkiv Works named after Frunze has started producing net for road and railroad fences.

Ukraine: Frunze Works thinking of joint ventures in Belarus and Kazakhstan

Kharkiv Works named after Frunze is considering establishing manufacture in Kazakhstan or Belarus.

Ukraine: Turkey has no antidumping duties on hot-rolled metal

According to the Ministry of economical development and trade, Turkey imposes no antidumping duties on Ukrainian hot-rolled metal.

Ukraine: EMSS to supply ingots to ThyssenKrupp AG

Energomashspetsstal will supply 416 tons of round ingots to Rothe Erde.

Ukraine: in 2015 Mariupol metal makers saved 140 million UAH

In 2015 Mariupol Iron and Steel Works and Azovstal were able to save over 140 million UAH.

Ukraine: DTEK miners overcome the largest geological separation

DTEK Ternovskoye Mine Group shaftmen have overcome the largest geological separation of the Western Donbass – the 50km long crack known as the Bogdanovsky sbros.

Ukraine: DTEK refutes Demchyshin claims

DTEK denies that it stimulates miner strikes in the Western Ukraine, as claimed by the energy minister Vladimir Demchyshin.

Ukraine: 100 ha of woods taken from Mezhdurechensky GOK

Zhitomir Administrative Court of Appeals has cancelled the decision of the Zhitomir region council of May 28, 2015, which transferred 4 land plots (95 ha) from the state forest to Mezhdurechensky Mining and Processing Works.

Ukraine: Zaporizhstal struggling with prosecutors

The CEO of Zaporizhstal Rostislav Shurma has called on the Gerenal Prosecutor’s Office and the National Anti-corruption Bureau to pay attention to the actions of the Zaporozhye prosecutors who have accused the works of tax evasion.

Ukraine: DMKD creates new trade union

An initiative group of 5 persons became the organizers of the new trade union at Dneprovsky Iron and Steel Works named after Dzerzhinsky.

Ukraine: antidumping duty on steel rope decreased

The European Commission has decreased an antidumping duty on Ukrainian steel ropes made by Stalkanat-Silur from 51.8% to 10.5%.