Steel support: how mining & metals companies help Ukraine during the war

Humanitarian aid to Ukrainian companies in the mining & metals complex has reached more than $87 million

Ferrexpo in 2021 increased capital investment by 75%

Cap investments per ton of output in 2021 rose to $160/t, compared to $109/t in 2020

Ferrexpo may pay 52.8 US cents per share of dividends in 2021

Shareholders at the meeting on June 15, 2022, must approve the offer

Ferrexpo sent UAH 1 million to provide the city of Mykolaiv with water

As a result of rocket attacks in Mykolaiv two water supply facilities were damaged

Ferrexpo has paid more than $35 million in taxes since the start of the war

In addition, the company sent $12.5 million to its Humanitarian Fund

Ferrexpo increased revenue by 48% in 2021

The company's EBITDA increased by $68% to $ 1.44 billion

Ferrexpo increased its Humanitarian Fund to UAH 352 million

The money will be used for humanitarian goods delivery, food and medical equipment purchases

American BlackRock Inc. now owns over 5% of Ferrexpo shares

The company previously owned 4% of Ferrexpo shares

In March, Ferrexpo increased exports by rail and Danube to 24 000 t per day

On average, about 30 thousand tons of Ferrexpo’s products per day were exported in January-March

Ferrexpo in Q1 maintain the iron ore pellet production

The company produced 2.7 million tons of pellets

Ferrexpo provided over 70 vehicles to Armed Forces, Territorial Defense

The total value of provided assets exceeds $3.5 million

Ferrexpo equipped firefighters with satellite phones, protective equipment

Company provided equipment to the services in towns, and cities directly affected by the invasion

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