In 2014 Ferrexpo plc, owner of the Poltava and Yeristovo Mining and Processing Works (PGOK and EGOK), increased its output of pellets of its own raw materials by 2%, to 10670.54 thousand tons, and those of purchased raw materials – by 1%, to 350.86 thousand tons, all YoY.
In 2014 Ukraine decreased its coal output by 22%.
In 2014 Dneprovsky Iron and Steel Works named after F. Dzerzhinsky, a part of the Industrial Union of Donbass, produced 2.53 million tons of rolled metal, down by 15.1% YoY.
In 2014 Ukraine decreased its carbon steel semi-finished products exports by 15.8%, to 9.16 million tons, YoY. At the same time they fell by 17.2%, to $4.34 billion.
In 2014 Ukrainian companies consumed 4 million tons of steel, down by 43.7% YoY (7.1 million tons in 2013).
According to Ukrkoks association, in 2015 Ukraine will need to import 12-14 million tons of coking coal to meet the domestic demand.
In 2014 Yuzhniy Mining and Processing Works (UGOK) increased its concentrate output by 0.1% YoY, to 10.95 million tons.
In 2014 Zaporizhstal increased output of all its main types of products.
In 2014 Ukrainian metal companies produced 27.16 million tons of steel, down by 16.9% YoY.
In November 2014 Ukraine exported $92.07 million worth of ferroalloys, with imports reaching $16.33 million.
Kramatorsk Ferroalloys Works (Donetsk region) plans to reach its project capacity of 15 thousand tons of ferromanganese per month in the second quarter of 2015.
In November 2014 Ukraine imported $55.01 million worth of coke, with exports on the level of $5.06 million.