metal consumption

EUROFER expects 1.9% drop of metal consumption in the EU in 2022
Reasons for the forecast update: the war in Ukraine, rising energy prices and the supply chains disruptions
European Union increased its steel imports from India by 76%
The biggest consumers of Indian metal products in the EU were Italy and Belgium
Consumption of rolled products in Ukraine increased by 4% in 2021
Ukraine consumed 5.12 million tons of rolled products over the year
The construction output in Ukraine declined by 2.7% in November
The domestic construction output grew by only 0.3% to ₴198.8 billion in 11M
Consumption of rolled products in Ukraine grew by 14% in 11M
Ukraine consumed 4.9 million tons of rolled products in the same period
Automotive production in Ukraine fell 17% in November
Production of vehicles grew 70% in 11M
Residential construction output in Ukraine grew 29% in October
Monthly construction output in general fell 14.2%
Consumption of rolled products in Ukraine grew by 19% in 10M
Consumption of rolled products in Ukraine grew by 19% in 10M
In January–October, Ukraine consumed 4.32 million tons of rolled products
Automotive production in Ukraine fell 58% in October
Production of vehicles grew 85% in 10M
Consumption of rolled products in Ukraine grew by 16% in 9M
In January–September, Ukraine consumed 3.83 million tons of rolled products
Ukroboronprom ramped up production by 27.4% in 9M
In 9M member companies of the concern produced, modernized and repaired equipment for the total amount of ₴12 billion
Automotive production in Ukraine increased by a factor of 2.2 in 9M
Production of automobiles grew 6% in September alone