In February Ukraine produced 54 thousand tons of steel pipes, up by 1.9% MoM, or by 1 thousand tons.
The State Geology Service has allowed the Zaporozhye Iron Ore Complex to use the Pereverzevskoye deposits.
The state enterprise Ukrpromvneshekspertisa believes that Ukrainian iron ore raw materials sellers have partially switched from the export market to the local market.
The Ministry of economical development and trade expects the United Mining and Chemical Company to receive 631.8 million UAH of profits in 2015.
In 2015 Komsomolskoye Mine Group received 100.5 million UAH of losses.
The supervisory board of Druzhkovka Mine Group has reelected Yevgeny Zymarman its CEO.
In February Ukraine produced 6322 thousand tons of iron ore and iron ore concentrate, down by 3.4% MoM, or by 222 thousand tons.
On April 28, shareholders of Evraz Dniepropetrovsk Iron and Steel Works named after Petrovsky plan to discuss the issue of changing the name to Evraz Dneprovsky Iron and Steel Works and ownership from public to private joint-stock company.
In 2015 Evraz Dniepropetrovsk Iron and Steel Works named after Petrovsky received 1091.96 million UAH of losses.
Mariupol Ilyich Iron and Steel Works started producing 30MnB5 rolled coils.
In 2015 Kharkiv Works named after Frunze received 46.68 million UAH of profits.
In 2015 Ilyich-Stal received 3.45 million UAH of profits.
In 2015 Makeevka Metal Works received 29.65 million UAH of losses.
Industrial Union of Donbass has appointed Vyacheslav Mospan CEO of Dneprovsky Iron and Steel Works named after Dzerzhinsky.
In February Ukraine produced 1885 thousand tons of pig iron, down by 1.8% MoM, or by 35 thousand tons.
In February Ukraine produced 1715 thousand tons of rolled metal, up by 1.5% MoM, or by 26 thousand tons.
In February Ukraine produced 1971 thousand tons of steel, up by 1.7% MoM, or by 33 thousand tons.