In the first half year of 2015 Ferrexpo-controlled Poltava Mining and Processing Works (PGOK) paid over 434 million UAH to the Ukrainian budgets as taxes and fees.
The General Prosecutor’s Office of Ukraine reported that the Muzhievo gold mine had been restored to the state.
In January-August Zaporizhstal produced 2.62 million tons of steel, up by 1.3% YoY.
The experts don’t expect a noticeable increase in Ukrainian metal output or export this year.
Energomashspetstsal has received an order from its long-time partner ABB. EMSS will produce a large batch of rolls.
Centrenergo, desperately needing power-generating coal due to the military activity at Donbass, has imported the first 30 thousand tons of coal from Russia for Zmeyevka and Tripolye Thermal Power Stations.
On the eve of the Miners Day DTEK Dobropolyeugol employees found out their working week had been shortened to just 2 days.
In January-August Ukrainian metal companies produced 15.04 million tons of steel, down by 24% YoY.
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.