Ukraine: metal scrap export-import in 2015

In 2015 Ukraine exported 1212.55 thousand tons of ferrous scrap, up by 29.4% or 31.5% YoY, depending on the comparison base, valued at $295.19 million or $289.84 million.

Ukraine: EMSS to produce rolls for Azovstal

Energomashspetsstal is going to produce rolls for Azovstal Iron and Steel Works hot-rolled mill.

Ukraine: Metinvest assets valued at $2.5 billion

Metinvest estimates the value of its assets at $2.5 billion.

Ukraine: ZZF output down in 2015

In 2015 Zaporozhye Ferro Alloys Plant produced 285.3 thousand tons of ferroalloys, down by 12.8% YoY.

Ukraine: DTEK buying Lviv coal again

DTEK has resumed buying coal from Lvivugol.

Ukraine: coke export-import in 2015

In 2015 Ukraine exported 239.56 thousand tons of coke worth $38.21 million, down 4.8 times and 5 times YoY respectively.

Ukraine: Donetsk mines 14 million tons of coal in 2015

In 2015 Donetsk region companies mined 14.36 million tons of coal.

Ukraine: InGOK prolongs CEO authority

The supervisory board of Ingulets Mining and Processing Works has prolonged the authority of the acting CEO Alexander Gerasimchuk till July 15.

Ukraine: manganese output down in December 2015

In December 2015 Ukraine produced 106.8 thousand tons of manganese concentrate and sinter, down by 23.3% MoM, or by 32.4 thousand tons.

Ukraine: iron ore export-import in 2015

In 2015 Ukraine exported $2094.01 million worth of iron ore.

Ukraine: Zaporizhstal pays 2.5 billion UAH of taxes in 2015

In 2015 Zaporizhstal, a major taxpayer both in Zaporozhye region and in Ukraine, paid over 2.5 billion UAH of taxes, as opposed to 1.4 billion in 2014.

Ukraine: Donetsk Iron and Steel Works chooses new CEO

The supervisory board of Donetsk Iron and Steel Works, a part of Donetskstal group, has appointed Igor Minkovsky its new chairman – general director.

Ukraine: pig iron exports down in 2015

In 2015 Ukraine exported 2172.3 thousand tons of steel-making pig iron, down by 1.7% YoY.

Ukraine: scrap supplies to metal companies down in 2015

In 2015 ferrous metals scarp supplies to metal companies decreased by 25%, to 3.1 million tons.

Ukraine: EMSS to produce rolls for DMZP

Energomashspetsstal intends to produce rolls for Evraz Dniepropetrovsk Iron and Steel Works named after Petrovsky hot-rolling shop.

Ukraine: Alchevsk Works and ISD to pay 255 million UAH

The Donetsk Commercial Court of Appeals has confirmed the recovery of 254.98 million UAH of debts from Alchevsk Iron and Steel Works and the Industrial Union of Donbass under the credit agreement with the State Export and Import Bank.

Ukraine: Lviv miners demanding their CEO to be off

Lviv miners that had gone on strike demanding their salary debts to be cleared, increased their demands. Now they want the director and the chief accountant of Lvivugol to be fired.

Ukraine: Metallurgprom sees metal output falling in February 2016

Metallurgprom believes Ukraine will produce 1.8 million tons of steel, 1.5 million tons of rolled metal and 1.8 million tons of pig iron in February.

Ukraine: DTEK denies refusal to work with Lviv and Volyn mines

DTEK has denied the information of its refusal to work with state mines from Lviv and Volyn regions.

Ukraine: Metinvest loosing Pakistan market

Metinvest could lose an important metal market in South Asia – Pakistan. On January 13 the National tariff committee of Pakistan decided to impose preventive duties on cold-rolled steel from Ukraine.

Ukraine: Kremenchuk Steel Works in need of new chairman

Chairman of the board of the Kremenchuk Steel Works Dmitry Chernenko has resigned from his office. He has been the chairman for some 8 years.

Ukraine: Alchevsk Works among major Lugansk exporters and importers

In 2015 Lugansk region exporters and importers paid 1049 million UAH of taxes to the state budget.

Ukraine: gas consumption by metal makers up in December 2015

In December 2015 metal companies consumed 163 million cubic meters of gas, up by 8.7%, or by 13 million cubic meters MoM.

Ukraine: Evraz employees to work half-time

Evraz Ukraine ponders the possibility of making some of its staff work half-time.