In January Ukraine’s steel pipe imports increased by 4.8% compared to December 2010 and were up by 190% compared to January 2010, rising to 10,020 tons valued at $12.05 million.Specifically, in January Ukraine imported 6,950 tons of seamless pipes, up by 6% MoM, of which 5,970 tons were supplied from Russia.Ukraine’s imports of steel pipes…Details
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In January Ukraine’s steel pipe exports increased by 6% MoM and by 176% YoY to 166,210 tons valued at $188.4 million.In January Ukraine exported 68,850 tons of seamless pipes, up by 30% MoM, of which 37,110 tons were delivered to Russia, with 8,330 tons exported to US and 4,880 tons shipped to Lebanon.Ukraine’s exports of…Details
In January Ukraine’s exports of ferroalloys registered a decrease of 3.4% compared to December 2010, falling to 82,290 tons valued at $89.64 million. Meanwhile, compared to January 2010 the country ferroalloy exports went down by 15.5%. In January Ukraine’s ferrosilicomanganese exports decreased by 2.1% to 57,670 tons, its ferromanganese exports went down by 23.4% to…Details
In January Ukraine’s semi-finished steel product exports saw a 15% YoY increase to 963,840 tons valued at about $515.4 million, while its imports of semi-finished steel products increased by 37% YoY to 27,800 tons valued at $18.9 million.Ukraine’s main semi-finished steel product export destinations in January were Italy (245,000 tons), Lebanon (165,060 tons), Syria (85,760…Details
In January Ukraine’s long steel exports increased by 8.5% compared to December but decreased by 2.6% YoY totaling 527,940 tons valued at $352.2 million. Ukraine’s main long steel export destinations in January were Iraq, Russia (122,260 tons), Lebanon (23,700 tons), Belarus (18,700 tons), Romania (17,780 tons) and Jordan (17,670 tons). Meanwhile, Ukraine’s imports of long…Details
In January Ukraine’s pig iron exports went up by 28% MoM but decreased by 35% YoY amounting to 108,130 tons valued at $45.8 million.57,640 tons of Ukraine’s pig iron exports in January were delivered to Turkey, 47,380 tons were shipped to Italy, 1,600 tons were exported to Austria and 1,510 tons were delivered to Bulgaria.…Details
In February Dneprovsky Iron and Steel Works named after F. Dzerzhinsky (DMKD), the subsidiary of the Ukrainian steelmaker Industrial Union of Donbass, mastered the production of 150 mm and 200 mm billets at its new seven strand continuous caster No 3, which during the month in question produced 69,300 tons of billets. DMKD total output…Details
In January Ukraine’s ferrous scrap exports went down by 56% MoM and 11.5% YoY to 26,450 tons (delivered to Turkey). The value of Ukraine’s scrap export sales in January 2011 was down by 55.6% YoY decreasing to $9.17 million. (SteelOrbis)
According to the Ukrainian association of metal producers Metallurgprom, in February Ukraine’s average daily pig iron output continued its positive trend, seeing an increase of 1.3% MoM from 77,800 tons to 78,800 tons. Product January, t February, t Pig iron 77,800 78,800 Crude steel 92,400 95,300 Rolled steel products 89,600 89,000 In the first 14…Details
According to the Ukrainian association of metal producers Metallurgprom, Ukrainian steel producers are likely to see their annual production costs increased by UAH 3.4 billion due to higher natural gas prices and growth in iron ore and coke prices.Currently the natural gas price at the border with Russia is $268/1,000 cubic meters while as of…Details
It is reported that in February steel output in Ukraine fell by 7% MoM largely due to the breakup in Yenakievo Iron and Steel Works and fewer work days in February. ALMK has been the growth leader with 11% steel output increase. According to a Millennium Capital analyst, ” The news is mixed for the…Details
ArcelorMittal Kriviy Rih announced that in February it managed to halt the decline, seen in its production in January, caused by the stoppage of two sintering units for repair, as it completed the major overhaul of one of the units. Mr. Aleksandr Ioskov, acting COO of ArcelorMittal Kriviy Rih, said that “According to the results…Details
According to preliminary data, in the January to February Ukraine increased its steel pipe output by 65.6% YoY to 348,000 tons. This increase was due to the significant growth in output of Metinvest subsidiary Khartsyzsk Pipe Works, which in January to February produced 101,300 tons of steel pipes, up from 19,230 tons produced in the…Details