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ILLICH IRON AND STEEL WORKS INCREASES ROLLED PRODUCTS OUTPUT IN 2020

Mariupol Illich Iron and Steel Works (Donetsk region), a member of the Metinvest Group, in 2020 increased the production of general rolled products, according to recent data, by 12.4% compared to the previous year, to 3.67 million tonnes.
As the enterprise told the Interfax-Ukraine, steel production during this period increased by 13.7%, to 4.05 million tonnes, cast iron by 4.4%, to 4.65 million tonnes, and sinter by 12.8%, to 12.34 million tonnes.
In December, Mariupol Illich Iron and Steel Works produced about 320,000 tonnes of general rolled products, 345,000 tonnes of steel, 330,000 tonnes of cast iron, and 1.06 million tonnes of sinter.
Illich Iron and Steel Works is part of Metinvest Group, the main shareholders of which are SCM Group (71.24%) and Smart-Holding (23.76%), jointly managing the company.
Metinvest Holding LLC is the managing company of Metinvest Group.

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ILLICH STEEL MILL INCREASES PRODUCTION OF ROLLED PRODUCTS BY 10%

Mariupol-based PJSC Illich steel mill, a member of the Metinvest group, in January-November of this year increased the production of general rolled products, according to operational data, by 9.8% compared to the same period last year – to 3.34 million tonnes.
Steel production during this period increased by 12.9% – up to 3.7 million tonnes, pig iron – by 5.2%, to 4.32 million tonnes, sinter – by 12, 6%, to 11.28 million tonnes, the enterprise told the Interfax-Ukraine agency.
In November, the mill produced about 330,000 tonnes of general rolled products, 350,000 tonnes of steel, 370,000 tonnes of pig iron, and 1.1 million tonnes of sinter.

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MARIUPOL SEAPORT INCREASES CARGO HANDLING BY 11.3%

Mariupol seaport (Donetsk region) increased handling of goods by 11.26%, to 5.881 million tonnes in January-October 2020 compared to the same period in 2019.
According to the website of the Ukrainian Sea Ports Authority (USPA), during this period the seaport increased handling of export cargo by 14.56%, to 4.965 million tonnes, and of coastal cargo by almost 70 times, to 384,600 tonnes, but reduced handling of imported cargo by 43.9%, to 631,310 tonnes. At the same time, the seaport did not handle transit cargo.
In terms of the cargo nomenclature, over the ten months the enterprise increased handling of bulk cargo by 3.91%, to 130,100 tonnes, and packaged goods by 25.86%, to 4.008 million tonnes, but reduced handling of dry bulk cargo by 11.81%, to 1.743 million tonnes.
During this period, no containers were transshipped in the seaport.
As reported, the volume of cargo handling at Mariupol seaport in 2019 increased by 10%, to 6.484 million tonnes compared to 2018.
Mariupol seaport is one of the largest ports in Ukraine. Its capacity allows transshipping over 17 million tonnes of cargo per year. The port is open year-round for vessels up to 240 meters in length and up to eight meters draft. Its territory is 73.2 ha, and the length of the berthing line is 4.2 km.

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MARIUPOL SEAPORT INCREASES TRANSSHIPMENT IN 2020

Mariupol seaport (Donetsk region) in January-September 2020 increased cargo transshipment by 16.5% compared to the same period in 2019, which is 5.335 million tonnes.
According to the website of the state-owned enterprise Ukrainian Sea Ports Authority, the port increased the transshipment of export cargo by 17.41%, to 4.461 million tonnes during this period, but reduced the transshipment of imported cargo by 36.84%, to 489,900 tonnes, and increased transshipment of cabotage goods by more than 83.5 times, to 384,200 tonnes. At the same time, the port did not handle transit cargo.
In terms of the cargo nomenclature in the nine months of 2020, Mariupol port increased the transshipment of liquid cargo by 10.91%, to 118,900 tonnes, reduced the transshipment of bulk materials by 2.71%, to 1.599 million tonnes, and increased the transshipment of packaged goods by 27.86%, to 3.617 million tonnes.
During this period, no containers were transshipped in the port.
As reported, the volume of cargo transshipment at Mariupol seaport increased by 10% to 6.484 million tonnes in 2019 as in comparison to 2018.
Mariupol seaport is one of the largest ports in Ukraine. Its capacity allows transshipping over 17 million tonnes of cargo per year. The port is open year-round for vessels up to 240 meters in length and up to eight meters draft. Its territory is 73.2 ha, and the length of the berthing line is 4.2 km.

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MARIUPOL SEAPORT INCREASES CARGO HANDLING BY 24%

Mariupol seaport (Donetsk region) increased cargo handling by 23.4% in January-May 2020 compared to the same period in 2019, to 2.687 million tonnes.
According to the statement of the Ukrainian Sea Ports Authority on the state-owned enterprise’s website, during the period the port increased the transshipment of export cargo by 15.5%, to 2.238 million tonnes, import by 28.7%, to 303,620 tonnes, coastal freight by almost 56 times, to 145,100 tonnes. At the same time, the port did not handle transit cargo.
According to freight nomenclature, Mariupol seaport increased the transshipment of dry bulk cargo by 42.8%, to 827,700 tonnes, and packaged goods by 17.4%, to 1.783 million tonnes. At the same time, it reduced the transshipment of bulk cargo by 2.6%, to 76,000 tonnes.
As reported, the port handled 6.484 million tonnes of cargo in 2019, which is 10% more than in 2018.

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MARIUPOL SEAPORT INCREASES CARGO HANDLING BY 5.5%

Mariupol seaport (Donetsk region) in January-October 2019 increased cargo transshipment by 5.5% compared to the same period in 2018, to 5.285 million tonnes.
According to the Ukrainian Sea Ports Authority, over this period the port increased transshipment of exported cargo by 1.8%, to 4.333 million tonnes, imported by 33.5%, to 946,480 tonnes and significantly reduced transshipment of cabotage goods, to 5,500 tonnes. At the same time, the port did not transship transit cargo.
According to the nomenclature of goods, for the ten months of 2019 Mariupol port increased transshipment of liquid cargo by 10.2 times, to 125,200 tonnes, dry cargo by 42.8%, to 1,976 tonnes and reduced the handling of packaged goods by 11.9%, to 3.184 million tonnes.
As reported, the volume of cargo transshipment in Mariupol seaport in 2018 decreased by 9.62% compared to 2017, to 5.89 million tonnes.
Mariupol seaport is one of the largest ports in Ukraine. Its capacities allow transshipment of over 17 million tonnes of cargo per year.

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