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Ukraine: Russia strikes Avdiivka Coke
Fri, 29 Sep 2023 09:23:33 GMT
Russian occupiers have hit Avdiivka Coke and Chemical Works with aviation bombs. According to Musa Magomedov, ex-director of the plant and a people's deputy, the bombs hit scrubbers of the recovery shop, which caught fire. Magomedov warned that Russians would lie again saying that they hit ammunition, which the plant never had on its

MEPS debates future of stainless steel buying trends
Tue, 26 Sep 2023 00:00:00 GMT
Expert panellists from across the steel sector debated the future of the base plus alloy surcharge pricing model, and the potential for streamlined digital sales, when they joined MEPS senior consultant Kaye Ayub on stage at the NEC Birmingham. Alloy surcharges calculated on the market price fluctuations of the raw alloying elements, including chromium, titanium, molybdenum and nickel have come under increasing scrutiny since the LMEs nickel trading meltdown in March 2022. Monthly

Mining News - PEA affirms Pebble's world-class status
Thu, 14 Sep 2023 18:00:00 GMT
SW Alaska project could provide US with 6.4 billion lb copper plus other metals critical to energy transition. A mine at Pebble project in Southwest Alaska could provide a secure domestic supply of 6.4 billion pounds of copper needed for the clean energy future, 300 million lb molybdenum needed for infrastructure, 200,000 kilograms of rhenium for aerospace, 37 million ounces of silver for solar...

Inclusion of Aluminium in the CRM Act
Tue, 05 Sep 2023 00:00:00 GMT
European Aluminium has joined forces with 11 other industry associations in the raw materials, aerospace & defense, and clean tech sectors to advocate for the formal recognition of aluminium's strategic significance.

Ukraine: UMCC titanium raw materials exported to the USA
Mon, 14 Aug 2023 10:04:24 GMT
All the export deliveries of titanium raw materials by the United Mining and Chemical Company since the beginning of the full-scale Russian invasion have been to the end users in the USA and are used only for chemical processing, and not in the military complex. According to the State Property Funs, there is a

Ukraine: SPF denies UMCC exporting titanium to aggressor state
Tue, 08 Aug 2023 00:00:00 GMT
The State Property Fund says the information spread in media that the United Mining and Chemical Company ships titanium raw materials to Russia to produce planes and missiles during the war does not stand to reality. On August 7, one of Ukrainian media spread information that Ukraine during the war supplies titanium raw materials to

Aluminium packaging recycling soars in Q2, but PRN prices remain ...
Fri, 28 Jul 2023 00:00:00 GMT
According to recent data published on the National Packaging Waste Database (NPWD) by the Environment Agency (EA), aluminium packaging recycling volumes rocketed in Q2.

Ukraine: UMCC to improve attractiveness by increasing resource ...
Wed, 26 Jul 2023 00:00:00 GMT
The United Mining and Chemical Company, managing the Vilnohirsk Mining and Processing Works and Irshansk Mining and Processing Works, will improve its attractiveness for privatization by expanding its resource base. Some trials are underway to return some titanium deposits and recall licenses from other companies. But redistributing deposits and obtaining licenses is a complex process.

Mining News - Strong support for Graphite One project
Wed, 19 Jul 2023 15:24:00 GMT
From the $37.5M Pentagon grant to a $5M loan from an Alaskan gold mining company, domestic graphite supply chain plan is broadly backed. From the U.S. Department of Defense and policymakers in Washington, DC, to private Alaska companies and the governor of the 49th State, Graphite One Inc. is receiving broad support as it pushes to establish an all-American supply chain that begins in Alaska and...

Ukraine: UMCC planned for big privatization
Thu, 22 Jun 2023 09:41:25 GMT
Rustem Umerov, the head of the State Property Fund, said that the big privatization included the state-owned company United Mining and Chemical Company. UMCC used to export products to more than 30 countries and was one of the largest titanium raw materials manufacturers globally, occupying 4% of the world titanium ore market. In 2021,

Tube Fab in Action
Thu, 01 Jun 2023 09:37:00 GMT
This video features numerous examples of custom tube bending, tube laser cutting and end forming. Parts were made to customer specification for industries including aerospace, automotive, metal fabrication, and others where precise, consistent parts manufacturing is critical to the success of the end product. Lea

Ukraine: titanium ore exports down in January-April 2023
Thu, 18 May 2023 09:16:28 GMT
In January-April, Ukraine decreased export of titanium-containing ores and concentrate by 96% YoY, to 5.216 thousand tons. According to the State Customs Service, revenue fell by 81.7%, to $8.634 million. The main customers were Japan (37.19% in monetary terms), Turkey (28.57%) and India (9.06%). Ukraine did not import titanium ore in January-April. (Ukrainia

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