Ukraine: Krasnolimanskaya reports another kidnapping

In Donetsk region a Krasnolimanskaya mine director deputy Denis Mikhailov has been detained. According to the driver, the State Security Service has taken Mikhailov to Kramatorsk.

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Ukraine: Azovstal income up in January-September 2015

In January-September Azovstal Iron and Steel Works received 619.29 million UAH of losses (318.43 million UAH of profits in the corresponding period of 2014).

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Ukraine: Yenakievo sees losses in Q1-3 2015

In January-September Yenakievo Iron and Steel Works received 578.5 million UAH of net losses as opposed to 1.24 billion UAH of losses in the three quarters of 2014.

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Metals of Ukraine & Russia: round billets (ordinary steel), September 2015

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Ukraine: Ilyich gets 0.6 billion of losses in January-September 2015

In January-September Mariupol Ilyich Iron and Steel Works received 0.58 billion UAH of net losses (1.07 billion UAH of profits in the first three quarters of 2014).

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Ukraine: SCM creates a site on Donbass companies

System Capital Management has created an informational resource entitled “SKM Group assets in Donbass. The current situation”, where it gives the detailed information about damages to and the current working conditions of its companies in the region.

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Ukraine: metal companies losses down in January-August 2015

In January-August the metal sector of Ukraine presumably decreased its losses by 11%, or by 1.8 billion UAH YoY, to 14.6 billion UAH, said Metallurgprom.

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Ukraine: Dobropolye Factory processes 3 million tons of coal

Dobropolye Central Processing Factory has processed 3 million tons of coal since the year start. The factory supplies coal to 5 of Ukraine’s 7 thermal energy stations, working on this type of fuel.

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Ukraine: DTEK to get Lviv mines

Representatives of DTEK Dobropolyeugol, one of the largest coalminers of Ukraine, have recently visited the state-owned Lvivugol.

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Ukraine: Interpipe denies debts to Naftogaz

The Interpipe works have completely paid off Naftogaz and have no debt for industrial gas, said the company in its statement.

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Ukraine: Ilyich repairs its car dump

Mariupol Ilyich Iron and Steel Works has finished capital repairs of its sintering shop car dump.

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Ukraine: AMKR to keep traditional sales markets

ArcelorMittal Kriviy Rih wants to keep its traditional markets – it tries to retain its share on the local market, while increasing its presence on the European and Gulf markets, as well as seeking new ones.

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Ukraine: NZF output up in September 2015

In September Nikopol Ferroalloy Plant produced 5.7 thousand tons of ferromanganese, up by 39%, or by 1.6 thousand tons MoM.

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Ukraine: VostGOK to check its financial reports for 2015

The state-owned Vostochny Mining and Processing Works (Zheltye Vody, Dniepropetrovsk region) has announced a tender for its 2015 financial reporting audit.

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Ukraine: Krasnolimanskaya mine director deputy kidnapped

The masked and armed people have kidnapped the Krasnolimanskaya mine deputy CEO Yevgeni Kostennikov.

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Ukraine: UGOK starts using new Caterpillar D9R

Yuzhni Mining and Processing Works has put into operation a new Caterpillar D9R bulldozer.

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Ukraine: ferroalloys output up in September 2015

In September Ukraine produced 141 thousand tons of ferroalloys, up by 83.6%, or by 64.2 thousand tons MOM.

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Ukraine: pellets exports in January-September 2015

In January-September Poltava Mining and Processing Works (PGOK) exported 8678 thousand tons of iron ore pellets.

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Ukraine: Ilyich to receive Azovmash machinery

Azovmash plans to produce equipment for converter overhaul at the Mariupol Ilyich Iron and Steel Works.

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Ukraine: Donetskstal losses up in January-September 2015

In January-September Donetskstal received 4087.11 million UAH of losses.

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Ukraine: scrap export prices down

The state informational-analytical center Gosvneshinform says the export prices for steel scrap have decreased by 5-10%.

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