In January-June Ceramet, a leading scrap procuring company in Ukraine, increased its deliveries of scrap to Poland and Hungary 2.4 times YoY, to 241.08 thousand tons.
Dneprovsky Iron and Steel Works named after F. Dzerzhinsky (DMKD) has to pay the city it is situated in 13 million UAH as the participation in the development of the city infrastructure.
Metinvest B.V. (the Netherlands), the parent’s company of the international vertically integrated mining and metal company Metinvest, has announced that it has completed the final drawdown under a EUR 25 million 10-year buyer credit facility covered by Euler Hermes Deutschland AG, the German export credit insurance agency (the ECA).
Centravis Production Ukraine has successfully passed the annual environmental and industrial safety audit according to OHSAS 18001:2007 and ISO 14001:2004.
The management of State Enterprise Krasnoarmeyskugol has asked the Ministry for Energy and Coal Industry to remove the Rodinskaya mine from its list.
The State Property Fund of Ukraine has announced a contest for a vacancy of the Zaporozhye Aluminum Works CEO.
Azovstal Iron and Steel Works railroad fasteners have received approval of Skinest Baltija.
The restored 5th Western lava of the Yasinovskaya-Glubokaya mine (Mine Group named after Kirov) yielded its first coal. Lava was prepared last summer. But because of the military activity in the mine vicinity in August-September 2014 the mine was left without electricity and some ends were flooded.
The President of the Ukrainian analytical center Alexander Okhrimenko says the fall at the Chinese stock exchange will affect Ukrainian metal export revenues.
Palmrose B. V. (the Netherlands), 100% controlled by Evraz, has increased its share in Evraz Bagleykoks from 94.4467% to 94.4584%.
Mariupol Ilyich Iron and Steel Works has developed the techniques of 65G rolled plate (6-10 mm thickness) production.
In January-June electricity consumption in Ukraine decreased by 11.7% YoY.
Dneprodzerzhinsk By-Product Coke Works (DKKHZ), owned by Evraz, is now managed by Rinat Akhmetov’s Metinvest.
In January-June Donetsk region (without the Anti-terrorist operation zone) exported $1840.5 million worth of products, down 2.8 times YoY.