Severstal

In 2019, Severstal Russian steel allocated about 3.6 billion rubles for repair program of Cherepovets metallurgical plant

Employees of repair divisions of the Severstal Russian steel division - specialists of manufacturing departments, Promservice center, SSM-Tyazhmash machine-building center, Domnaremont center and c

Full text available to premium subscribers only.

Buy full access for 24 hours now

or

Request a quote to subscribe for a longer period

In 2020, investment program of Vorkutaugol to increase by 20% with a focus on upgrading equipment and industrial safety

In 2020, investment program of Vorkutaugl, a subsidiary of Severstal, will amount to 6.7 billion rubles, which is by 20% more than in 2019. Vorkutaugol reported this on February 3, 2020.

Full text available to premium subscribers only.

Buy full access for 24 hours now

or

Request a quote to subscribe for a longer period

Severstal to pay dividends

The Board of Directors of Severstal, one of the world's largest vertically integrated steel and mining companies, has recommends paying dividends for the three months ended December 31, 2019 in

Full text available to premium subscribers only.

Buy full access for 24 hours now

or

Request a quote to subscribe for a longer period

In 2019, Severstal's revenue under IAS decreased by 4.9%

In 2019, the Severstal's revenue under IAS decreased by 4.9% compared to the previous year to $8.157 million (in 2018 it was $8.580 million).

Full text available to premium subscribers only.

Buy full access for 24 hours now

or

Request a quote to subscribe for a longer period

Vorkutaugol increased its coal production by 6.8% in 2019

Vorkutaugol, a subsidiary of Severstal, has summed up its production results of 2019, showing an increase in coal production. This was reported by Vorkutaugol.

Full text available to premium subscribers only.

Buy full access for 24 hours now

or

Request a quote to subscribe for a longer period

Russia's largest steel company's reduce production in 2019

The largest Russian metallurgical companies NLMK, MMK and Severstal reduced steel production in 2019 due to weak demand in foreign markets, which was not fully offset by an increase in metal consum

Full text available to premium subscribers only.

Buy full access for 24 hours now

or

Request a quote to subscribe for a longer period

Severstal: in 2019, share of sales on the Russian market increased to 65%

During 2019, metallurgical company Severstal reduced steel production by 2% to 11.85 million tons.

Full text available to premium subscribers only.

Buy full access for 24 hours now

or

Request a quote to subscribe for a longer period

Severstal supplies large diameter pipes to Egypt

The Izhora pipe plant (ITZ, part of Severstal’s Russian steel division) has supplied pipe products for construction of an oil pipeline in Egypt.

Full text available to premium subscribers only.

Buy full access for 24 hours now

or

Request a quote to subscribe for a longer period

Metallurgical companies of the Russian Federation expects growth in steel consumption in construction industry

According to Severstal, by 2030, domestic steel consumption in the construction segment can grow by 30% compared to 2018, reaching the level of 39 million tons, the Vedomosti writes, citing top man

Full text available to premium subscribers only.

Buy full access for 24 hours now

or

Request a quote to subscribe for a longer period

Severstal increased volume of new products sales several times

In the first nine months of 2019, Severstal sold 292 thousand tons of new complex products in the framework of the "Product innovations" project, which is almost four times higher than th

Full text available to premium subscribers only.

Buy full access for 24 hours now

or

Request a quote to subscribe for a longer period

Oil and Gas, Metals and Mining, News from Russia and neighbouring countries
42a Pushkina Street; Ufa, Bashkortostan 450076; Russia
E 54° 43.48836" N 55° 55.52346"
Telephone: +7 927 303 00 25

Theme by Danetsoft and Danang Probo Sayekti inspired by Maksimer