Russia: Ruspolymet exports up in 2018

In 2018 Ruspolymet has doubled its exports, to 2 billion rubles.

Next year the company intends to further increased exports by 1 billion rubles.

At present the company exports rings and heat-resistant steel forgings.

By 2024 Ruspolymet expects to have increased its exports to 6 billion rubles annually. (Ukrainian metal)

Russia: 268 billion rubles to be invested in Peschanka

The volume of private investments into the gold-copper deposit Peschanka in Chukotka Autonomous District will reach 268 billion rubles.

3 thousand jobs will be created.

The Peschanka JORC resources are 9.5 million tons of copper and 16.5 million ounces of gold. (Ukrainian metal)

Kazakhstan: ore output up in January-November 2018

In January-November the volume of industrial output in Kazakhstan increased by 4.5% YoY, including by 4.7% in mining.

Iron ore mining grew by 7.3% due to the increase in the output at Sokolovsko-Sarbaysky Mining and Processing Works.

Non-ferrous ores output increased by 3.9%. (Ukrainian metal)

Russia: EZOTsM expands sales geography

In 2018 Yekaterinburg Non-Ferrous Metals Processing Works has continued increasing the geography of sales. This year the company has entered the new markets in Europe and South-Eastern Asia, including Spain (products for medical industry) and Thailand (standard silver samples). Thus, the geography of exports has expanded to 33 countries. The company has also been making…

Details

Russia: Raspadskaya sets coal output record in November 2018

Raspadskaya mine extracted 806 thousand tons of coal in November, up from the target of 684 thousand tons.

This is the best monthly result among Raspadskaya Coal Company enterprises.

This is also the highest result for the past 8 years.

The mine is managed by the Raspadskaya Coal Company and extracts coking coal. (Ukrainian metal)

Ukraine: ferroalloys exports down in January-November 2018

In January-November Ukraine exported 823.45 thousand tons of ferroalloys valued at $899.895 million, down by 3.2% and by 11.4% YoY respectively. According to the State Fiscal Service, the main importers were Turkey (17.37%), Italy (14.99%) and the Netherlands (13.7%). At the same time Ukraine imported 51.24 thousand tons of ferroalloys valued at $148.9 million, down…

Details