Russia: Lebedinsky GOK confirms quality management system correspondence to ISO

The British Standards Institution has audited the quality management system of Lebedinsky Mining and Processing Works for compliance with the new version of ISO 9001:2015. As the result of the inspection the BSI experts have confirmed the correspondence of the current system to the standard and granted the ISO 9001:2015 compliance certificate to the company.…

Russia: Revda Works develops new technique

Revda Non-Ferrous Metals Processing Works has developed a technique to manufacture new products – cold-deformed pipes with outer diameter of up to 80 mm of S70600 copper-nickel alloy. Such pipes have improved surface quality, corrosion resistance, strength and thermal conductivity. The pipes are in demand by Russian and foreign companies dealing with energy machine-building. (Ukrainian…

Ukraine: pellets exports in January-October 2017

In January-October Ferrexpo exported 8.491 million tons of iron ore pellets. In particular, its Poltava Mining and Processing Works exported 6.331 million tons of pellets, while Yeristovo GOK – 2.16 million tons. Meanwhile Metalloinvest exported 4.711 million tons of pellets (Mikhailovsky GOK – 2.76 million tons, Lebedinsky GOK – 1.951 million tons). Karelsky Okatysh, a…

Kyrgyzstan: 2 coal deposits up for sale

The State Committee for Industry, Energy and Subsoil Use of Kyrgyzstan put two brown coal deposits up for auction. The right to develop Shurab field (Samarkandek Zapadniy 1) in Batken district was put out to the tender. The balance reserves of coal at the field amount to 810,000 tons. At least 274,000 tons of them…

Kazakhstan: coal exported to Finland and Japan

In January-October Kazakhstan exported 23.4 million tons of coal. “Kazakhstan’s coal is mainly exported to the Russian Federation, Central Asia, and several countries of Europe. This year, we have shipped high-quantity coal, more than 2.4 million tons, to Finland. We have started exporting our coal to Japan (the government of the Russian Federation has issued…

Ukraine: Donetsk region coal output down in January-October 2017

In January-October the part of Donetsk region, controlled by Ukraine, decreased coal output by 26.8% YoY, to 8.7 million tons.

According to the Main office of the State Statistics Service in the region, in October coal mining increased by 3.5% YoY, but dropped by 37.9% MoM. (Ukrainian metal)