steel industry

Mining & metals companies generate every eighth hryvnia of Ukr...
One steel worker in Ukraine creates 2.2 jobs in related industries
Why are there so many bankruptcies in the industry?
Steelmaking is one of the industries where risk of default is always high
Why the steel industry is not in a hurry to consolidate
M&A activity in the sector is historically low
Challenge for the coming decades
Funding of decarbonization remains the key problem affecting the industry
Employment in the steel industry fell again in November
Over the first 11 months of 2019, the industry lost around 6 thousand employees
The recession and revaluation inflicted losses on steelmakers
The mining & metals sector of Ukraine will be loss-making in 2019 in terms of key indicators
Risks 2020: what steelmakers expect from the coming year
GMK Center estimates the cost of next year’s risks for the mining & metals sector at $1.9 billion
Ugur Dalbeler: “There will be further production cuts in steel sector”
Çolakoğlu Metalurji`s CEO spoke about steelmakers` perspectives for 2020
Horst Wiesinger: “Professionalism becomes increasingly important”
Horst Wiesinger Consulting’s CEO shares his thoughts about the future of the European steel industry
The volume of new orders in the steel industry dropped by almost 10%
Conversely, the volume of orders for finished steel products is growing
The reverse side of revaluation
The stronger the hryvnia gets, the higher losses Ukraine’s steel industry suffers
Income from waste: Ukraine can double slag processing and exports
Manufacturers of construction materials and road surfaces can increase metallurgical waste consumption