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Ukrainian Steel and Rolled Steel Production, Market (1998-2014) and Forecast (until 2030) 12 edition

页数: 597 表数: 94 的数字的数量: 48
报告语言: Russian + English
发布: 15.12.2014
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The report is devoted to investigation of the current state of the steel industry of Ukraine and forecast of its development in the coming years. The report contains 568pages including 94 tables, 48 figures.

The first section describes the general characteristics of Russia's steel industry. It is divided into 10 chapters.

The first chapter provides an analysis of production from 2000 to 2013, and the use of existing facilities.

The second chapter describes the economic and financial situation in the industry after the crisis. The chapter shows the financial performance of major metallurgical enterprises of the sector in 2007-2013.

The third chapter describes the situation with the raw material for production of steel (iron ore and pellets, pig iron, scrap and waste). For all types of raw data are given for its production in 2000-2013 by enterprises-producers, the dynamics of the internal and external supply in 2000-2013.

The fourth chapter is devoted to the problems of restructuring and modernization of Ukraine's steel industry. It describes the main government program for the metallurgical industry development strategy for the period up to 2015, data on investment projects implemented by various companies of the industry. The data on the two major iron and steel groups in the country.

The fifth chapter describes in detail the main export markets of Ukrainian metallurgical enterprises. Data are presented on Ukrainian exports and imports in 2000-2013 for main products (pig iron, scrap, ferro alloys, billets, wire rods, bars, fittings, profiles, hot-rolled sheet, cold rolled sheet proc, coated sheets).

The sixth chapter is devoted to anti-dumping investigations and restrictions applicable to the Ukrainian metallurgical companies in 1992-2013.

The seventh chapter provides an analysis of the domestic consumption of rolled steel in Ukraine.

The eighth chapter presents data on the main domestic consumers of Ukrainian metallurgical enterprises. A separate analysis of consumption of rolled steel in the major consuming industries of Ukraine - production of pipes and metal products, machinery, automotive, rail services, construction – is made.

The ninth chapter lists the key factors influencing the pricing of steel products in Ukraine (electricity, conventional fuel rail). Also this chapter provides an analysis of internal and external prices of major steel products in 1996-2013 years and January-September 2014.

The tenth and final chapter presents a forecast of production and consumption of steel and rolled steel in Ukraine up to 2030.

The second section of the report is devoted to a detailed description of the five major steel mills in Ukraine - Arcelor Mittal Krivoy Rog, Mariupol steel plant named after Ilyich, Zaporizhstal, and Dnieper steelmaker named after Dzerzhinsky. For each plant the following information is provided: a brief historical background, the enterprise composition, production capacity, product range, data on production from 1997 to 2012, the main development trends in the company, the sources and suppliers of raw materials, the organization of sales, both on the domestic and foreign markets, export data in 1998-2012 by country and by product, the assessment of competitiveness of production in the various markets, data on personnel and labor productivity, the description of environmental protection, history of privatization, the structure of its shareholders and owners, financial performance in recent years, the description of the realized projects and the program of development. Attachments to each company describes the main technological equipment and its characteristics, the range of products and their characteristics, the export of rolled steel plant in the last 12 years, by type and country.

This work is a "desk" research. As information sources, data Goskmstata Ukraine, the Ukrainian Customs Service, Ministry of Industrial Policy of Ukraine. Also, data of sectoral and regional press, annual and quarterly repots of companies, web-sites of company, business information databases, as well as the database of "InfoMine".

 

This report is available both in Russian and English versions.

Part I. Standing of Ferrous Metallurgy of the Ukraine

 

Introduction: Current General Situation in Ferrous Metallurgy of Ukraine: Problems and Outlook

I.1. Production, Capacity Utilisation in 2000-2014

I.2. Financial Standing

I.3. Provision with Raw Materials

Iron ore resources

Iron

Scrap and Wastes

I.4. Restructurization, modernization and privatization of the Ukrainian ferrous metallurgy

I.5. Key export markets of Ukrainian steelmakers

I.6. Antidumping probes and investigations against Ukrainian steelmakers

I.7. Domestic Consumption of Steel and Rolled Steel

I.8. The main domestic end-uses of rolled steel in Ukraine

Production of pipes and metalware

Metalware

Machine Building

Automobile production

Building industry and building material industry

Railway Sector

I.9. Pricing policy and prices on products of Ukrainian ferrous metallurgy

I.10. Forecast of production and consumption of steel and rolled steel in Ukraine until 2030

 

 

Part II. Standing of the Main Ukrainian Steelmaking Enterprises

 

II.1 ArcelorMittal Kryviy Rih

II.1.1 General Information

II.1.2 The enterprise structure, capacities, range of products

II.1.3 Production and tendencies of the Works development

II.1.4 Sources and suppliers of raw materials

II.1.5 Sales

II.1.5.1 Domestic market

II.1.5.2 Exports

II.1.6 Competitiveness

II.1.7 Labor productivity, staff

II.1.8 Environmental protection activities

II.1.9 Privatization, shareholders

II.1.10 Financial Standing

II.1.11 Realised Project and Program for Development

Appendix 1: Equipment  (The main production facilities and their characteristics)

Appendix 2: Range of of products and their characteristics

Appendix 3: Exports of rolled steel of ArcelorMittal Kryviy Rih (by code) by country in 2001-2013, kt

Appendix 4: Contact information

 

II.2      Mariupol Ilyich Integrated Iron-and-Steel Works

II.2.1 General Information

II.2.2. The enterprise structure, capacities, range of products

II.2.3. Production volumes and tendencies of the development of the enterprise

II.2.4. Suppliers of raw materials

II.2.5. Sales

II.2.5.1 Domestic market

II.2.5.2 Exports

II.2.6. Competitiveness

II.2.7. Personnel and Social Responsibility

II.2.8. Privatization, corporatization

II.2.9. Financial Standing

II.2.10. A Program of Mariupol Ilyich Development and Investment Activity

Appendix 1: The main production equipment and its characteristics

Appendix 2: Aggregate range of products and their characteristics

Appendix 3: Products of Rolling Plants

Appendix 4: Exports statistics of Mariupol Ilyich by type of products and by country-importer in 2001-2013, kt

Appendix 5: Contact information

 

II.3 Azovstal Integrated Iron-and-Steel Works

II.3.1 General Information

II.3.2 The enterprise structure, capacities, range of products

II.3.3 Production output and tendencies of development

II.3.4 Sources and suppliers of resources

II.3.5 Sales

II.3.5.1 Domestic market

II.3.5.2 Exports

II.3.6 Competitiveness

II.3.7 Personnel

II.3.8 Environmental Activities

II.3.9 Corporatization

II.3.10 Financial Standing

II.3.11 Realised Projects, a Development Program

Appendix 1: The main productive facilities and their characteristics

Appendix 2: Mix of products and their characteristics

Appendix 3: Azovstal’s Rolled Steel Exports in 2001-2013 by kind (customs codes) and country, kt

Appendix 4: Contact information

 

II.4 Zaporozhstal Integrated Iron-and-Steel Works

II.4.1 General Information

II.4.2. The enterprise structure, capacities, range of products

II.4.3. Production and tendencies of its development

II.4.4. Sources and suppliers of raw materials

II.4.5. Sales

II.4.5.1 Domestic market

II.4.5.2 Exports

II.4.6. Competitiveness

II.4.7. Personnel

II.4.8. Environmental Measures

II.4.9. Privatization and Ownership

II.4.10. Financial Standing

II.4.11. Realised projects and the program of development of the enterprise

Appendix 1: The main productive facilities and their characteristics

Appendix 2: Range of products and their characteristics

Appendix 3: Zaporozhstal' Rolled Steel Exports in 2001-2013 by kind (customs codes) and country, kt

Appendix 4: Contact information

 

II.5 JSC Dneprovsky Integrated Iron&Steel Works named after Dzerzhinsky

II.5.1 General Information

II.5.2. Structure, capacities, range of products

II.5.3. Output of products and tendencies of development of the enterprise

II.5.4. Sources and suppliers of raw materials

II.5.5. Sales

II.5.5.1. Domestic market

II.5.5.2. Exports

II.5.6. Competitiveness

II.5.7. Personnel

II.5.8. Environmental Activity

II.5.9. Shareholders

II.5.10. Financial Results

II.5.11. The investment program

Appendix 1: The main productive facilities and their characteristics

Appendix 2: Mix of products and their characteristics

Appendix 3: Dzerzhinsky DMK’s Exports in 2001-2013, kt

Appendix 4: Address directory of the enterprise

Table 1: Production capacities of Ukrainian metallurgical enterprises, broken by method of steelmaking in 2014, thousand tons per year
Table 2: Ukrainian crude steel production in 1999-2013, broken by the method, thousand tons
Table 3: Production of the main types of rolled steel in Ukraine in 2000-2013, million tons
Table 4: Types of steel products, manufactured at leading Ukrainian metallurgical enterprises
Table 5: Production of flat and long steel* in Ukraine in 2006-2013, thousand tons
Table 6: Steel and rolled steel production at Ukrainian enterprises in 2000-2012, thousand tons
Table 7: Productivity of the largest metallurgical enterprises in Ukraine (the steel output per 1 employee) in 2000-2013, ton/employee)
Table 8: Financial results of the largest Ukrainian steelmakers  in 2007-2013 (billion UAH)
Table 9: Iron production by Ukrainian enterprises in 2000-2013 and January-October 2014, thousand tons
Table 10: Ukrainian iron exports in 2001-2014, thousand tons
Table 11: Scrap suppluies to Ukrainian metallurgical enterprises* in 2000-2013, thousand tons
Table 12: Ukrainian ferrous scrap exports in 2001-2013 and January-June 2014, thousand tons
Table 13: Privatization of the main assets in Ukrainian ferrous metallurgy in 1999-2004
Table 14: Structure of key assets of "Metinvest Holding " Group
Table 15: Ukrainian Ferrous Metals Exports in 2001-2013 and January-September 2014,  thousand tons (without pipes)
Table 16: The largest Ukrainian exporters of ferrous metallurgy products in 2013, thousand tons
Table 17: The largest countries-importers of Ukrainian rolled steel products in 2002-2013, thousand tons
Table 18: Actual consumption of rolled steel in the Ukrainian industry by sectors in 2001-2013, thousand tons
Table 19: Metalware production by main Ukrainian enterprises for 2001-2013, thousand tons
Table 20: Production of the main kinds of steel-intensive industrial products in Ukraine in 1993-2013
Table 21: Index of wholesale prices on some industrial products in Ukraine in 1995-2013
Table 22: Indexes of freight railage tariffs in 2002-2013
Table 23: Average annual export prices for the main types of Ukrainian rolled steel in 1996-2013, $/ton
Table 24: Forecast of release of the main types of ferrous metallurgy products in Ukraine up to 2030, million tons
Table 25: Forecasted balance of the apparent consumption of rolled steel in Ukraine up to 2030, million tons
Table 26: Production of main types of products at PJSC “Arcelor Mittal Krivyi Rih” in 1998-2013, thousand tons
Table 27: Monthly production of main types of products at PJSC “Arcelor Mittal Krivyi Rih” in 2013 and 2014, thousand tons
Table 28: Supplies of iron ore resources to MMC “Arcelor Mittal Kryvyi Rih” in 2002-2013, thousand tons
Table 29: Supplies of coal and coke to PJSC “Arcelor Mittal Krivyi Rih” in 2005-2013, thousand tons
Table 30: Import supplies of coal to PJSC “Arcelor Mittal Krivyi Rih” in 2002-2013, thousand tons
Table 31: Import supplies of coke to PJSC “Arcelor Mittal Krivyi Rih” in 2008-2013, thousand tons
Table 32: The commodity structure of export of “Arcelor Mittal Krivoy Rih” in 1998-2013, %
Table 33: Share of exports in the total rolled steel production of “Arcelor Mittal Krivoy Rih” in 1998-2013, %
Table 34: Average annual export prices on metal products of “Arcelor Mittal Krivoy Rih” in 2001-2013, $/ton
Table 35: Investments of AMKR in security in 2009-2013
Table 36: The costs of environmental protection of PJSC "ArcelorMittal Kryvyi Rih", million UAH
Table 37: Financial results of PJSC “Arcelor Mittal Kryviy Rih” in 2001-2013, million UAH
Table 38: Government’s liability to AMKR on VAT refund in 2010-2012, million UAH
Table 39: Investments of AMKR in the renewal of fixed assets and repairs in 2010-2013, million UAH, %
Table 40: Dynamics of the release of products at JSC Mariupol Ilyich Works by year in 1998-2013, thousand tons
Table 41: Supplies of coke to MMK Ilyich in 2004-2013, thousand tons
Table 42: Supplies of iron ore resources to «Mariupol Ilyich» in 2002-2013, thousand tons
Table 43: Supplies of Ukrainian iron ore resources to MMK Ilyich in 2004-2013, thousand tons
Table 44: Supplies of iron ore resources and metallized briquettes from Russia to Mariupol Ilyich in 2001-2013
Table 45: Import supplies of zinc metal to Mariupol Ilyich Iron and Steel Works in 2002-2013, thousand tons
Table 46: Supplies of metal products of Mariupol Ilyich to the domestic market in 2011-2013, thousand tons, %
Table 47: Share of exports in the rolled steel output of Mariupol Ilyich in 1998-2013
Table 48: Exports pattern of Mariupol Ilyich Works in 1998-2013, %
Table 49: Pattern of export supplies of steel products of Mariupol Ilyich by regions in 2011-2013, thousand ton, %
Table 50: Average annual export prices on Mariupol Ilyich products for 2001-2013, $/ton
Table 51: Financial results of Mariupol Ilyich Works in 2001-2013, million UAH
Table 52: Azovstal production by kinds in 1997-2013, by year, thousand tons
Table 53: Imports of coking coal by Azovstal in 2001-2013, thousand tons
Table 54: Supplies of iron ore resources to Azovstal in 2001-2013, thousand tons
Table 55: Russian supplies of iron ore resources to Azovstal in 2001-2013, thousand tons
Table 56: Imports of ferroalloys by JSC Azovstal in 2001-2013, tons
Table 57: The structure of sales of Azovstal in 2010-2013, thousand tons
Table 58: Share of exports in the total production of rolled steel at Azovstal in 1997-2013*
Table 59: Commodity pattern of Azovstal Works exports in 1997-2013, %
Table 60: Average annual export prices on Azovstal steel in 2001-2013, $/ton
Table 61: Average annual personnel JSC Azovstal in 2001-2013
Table 62: Distribution of staff by the level of education
Table 63: Financial results of Azovstal in 2001-2013, million UAH
Table 64: Major investment plans of MK "Azovstal" for 2014
Table 65: Dynamics of release of products at Zaporizhstal in 1997-2013, thousand tons
Table 66: Supplies of Coke to JSC “Zaporizhstal” in 2005-2013, thousand tons
Table 67: Supplies of iron ore resources to “Zaporizhstal” in 2002-2013, thousand tons
Table 68: Supplies of iron ore resources from Russia to JSC “Zaporizhstal” in 2002-2013, thousand tons
Table 69: Geographic pattern of domestic sales of JSC “Zaporizhstal” in 2003-2013, %
Table 70: Consumers of products of Zaporizhstal in Ukraine in 2000-2013, %
Table 71: Share of exports in total production of rolled steel by “Zaporizhstal” in 2000-2013
Table 72: Structure of exports of rolled products of Zaporizhstal in 1998-2013 by types of products, %
Table 73: Changes of the pattern of exports of Zaporizhstal exports by region in 2005-2013, thousand tons, %
Table 74: Average annual export prices on netal products of MC “Zaporizhstal” in 2001-2013, $/ton
Table 75: Data on Zaporizhstal personnel in 2001-2013
Table 76: Measures for the air protection of JSC "Zaporizhstal" until 2017
Table 77: Financial results of JSC “Zaporizhstal” in 2002-2013, million UAH
Table 78: Dynamics of production at Dneprovsky Integrated Iron&Steel Works named after Dzerzhinsky in 2001-2013, thousand tons
Table 79: Supplies of coke to DMK im. Dzerzhinsky in 2001-2013, thousand tons
Table 80: Supplies of iron ore resources to DMK im. Dzerzhinsky in 2001-2013, thousand tons
Table 81: DMK im. Dzerzhinsky imports of iron ore resources from Russia in 2001-2013, thousand tons
Table 82: Supplies of metal products of DMKD on the domestic market in 2008-2013, thousand tons
Table 83: Share of exports in total production of DMK im. Dzerzhinsky in 2000-2013, thousand tons, %
Table 84: Pattern of exports of DMK im. Dzerzhinsky in 2000-2013 from data of USCC, %
Table 85: Pattern of exports of DMK im. Dzerzhinsky in 2003-2013 according to railway statistics, %
Table 86: Exports of other products of DMK im. Dzerzhinsky in 2001-2013, thousand tons
Table 87: Distribution of supplies of rolled products of PJSC “DMKD” by regions in 2009, thousand tons, %
Table 88: Distribution of supplies of rolled products of PJSC "DMKD" by regions in 2010, thousand tons, %
Table 89: Distribution of supplies of rolled products of PJSC “DMKD” by regions in 2011, thousand tons, %
Table 90: Distribution of supplies of rolled products of PJSC "DMKD" by regions in 2012, thousand tons, %
Table 91: Distribution of supplies of rolled products of PJSC "DMKD" by regions in 2013, thousand tons, %
Table 92: Average annual export prices on rolled steel of DMK im. Dzerzhinsky in 2001-2013, $/ton
Table 93: Average number of full-time employees and wage fund of DMK Dzerzhinsky in 2000-2013
Table 94: Financial indicators of DMK im. Dzerzhinsky in 2000-2013, million UAH

 

Figure 1: Steel and rolled steel production in Ukraine* in 2000-2013 and January-October 2014, kt
Figure 2: The production of continuously cast steel in Ukraine in 1992-2013 and January-October 2014, million tons
Figure 3: Locations of the largest Ukrainian steelmakers
Figure 4: Share of producers of crude steel  in Ukraine in 2000-2013, %
Figure 5: Share of producers of rolled steel in Ukraine in 2000-2013, %
Figure 6: Dynamics of production of pig iron in Ukraine in 1992-2014, million tons*
Figure 7: Share of ferrous metallurgy products in structure of Ukrainian exports in money terms in 2003-2013 and 9 months of 2014, $ billion, %
Figure 8: Dynamics of average monthly exports of Ukrainian flat-rolled steel in 2008-2013 and 9 months of 2014 (thousand tons), and the share of HR steel in the exports, %
Figure 9: Ukrainian Pipe Production in 1995-2014 (thousand tons)
Figure 10: Average monthly supplies of rolled steel to domestic metalware plants and the apparent consumption of wire rod in Ukraine in 2007-2014, thousand tons
Figure 11: Monthly dynamics of Ukrainian imports of coated sheet  in 2008-2014, thousand tons
Figure 12: Average annual electric power prices in Ukraine in 1992-2014, cent/kWh
Figure 13: Dynamics of average monthly prices on Ukrainian rolled steel  in 2007-2014, $/ton FOB Black Sea ports
Figure 14: Dynamics of average monthly prices on Ukrainian CR flats in 2008-2014, $/ton*
Figure 15: Dynamics of average monthly prices on HR sheet in 2008-2014, $/ton*
Figure 16: Dynamics of average monthly prices on rebar in 2008-2013, $/ton*
Figure 17: Process flow sheet of the Mining-Concentration Complex of Arcelor Mittal Kryvyi Rih
Figure 18: Process flow sheet of the metal production of "Arcelor Mittal Kryvyi Rih"
Figure 19: Pattern of domestic sales of AMKR by product types in 2013, %
Figure 20: Domestic prices on rolled products of MMC “Arcelor Mittal Kryvyi Rih” in 2007-2009, $/ton including VAT
Figure 21: Domestic prices on rolled products of MMC “Arcelor Mittal Kryvyi Rih” in 2010-2014 including VAT, $/ton
Figure 22: Dynamics of the average monthly wage  at AMKR in 2006-2013, UAH
Figure 23: The process flow sheet of metallurgical manufacture of Mariupol Ilyich Integrated Iron-and-Steel Works
Figure 24: Domestic prices on rolled steel of Mariupol Ilyich in 2007-2009 including VAT, $/ton
Figure 25: Domestic prices on rolled steel of Mariupol Ilyich in 2010-2014 including VAT, $/ton
Figure 26: Geographic pattern of Mariupol Ilyich Works exports (by region) in 2008, %
Figure 27: Geographic pattern of Mariupol Ilyich Works exports (by region) in 2009, %
Figure 28: Geographic pattern of Mariupol Ilyich Works exports  (by regions) in 2010, %
Figure 29: Geographic pattern of Mariupol Ilyich Works exports (by region) in 2011,%
Figure 30: Geographic pattern of Mariupol Ilyich Works exports (by region) in 2012,%
Figure 31: Geographic pattern of Mariupol Ilyich Works exports (by region) in 2013,%
Figure 32: Structure of sales of "Azovstal" products in the domestic market by types of consumers, %
Figure 33: Domestic Prices for Rolled Steel of Azovstal in 2010-2014 including VAT, $/ton
Figure 34: Geographic pattern of Azovstal’s exports by regions in 2007-2013, %
Figure 35: Geographic pattern of Azovstal’s exports by regions in 2009, %
Figure 36: Geographic pattern of Azovstal’s exports by regions in 2010, %
Figure 37: Geographic pattern of Azovstal’s exports by countries in 2011, %
Figure 38: Geographic pattern of Azovstal’s exports by countries in 2012, %
Figure 39: Geographic pattern of Azovstal’s exports by countries in 2013, %
Figure 40: Process flow sheet of JSC Zaporizhstal production
Figure 41: Distribution of sales of metal products of JSC “Zaporizhstal”by regions in 2013, %
Figure 42: Average prices on flat rolled steel products of MC “Zaporizhstal” on the domestic market of Ukraine in 2007-2009, $/ton, including VAT
Figure 43: Average prices on flat rolled steel products of MC “Zaporizhstal” on the domestic market of Ukraine in 2010-2014, $/ton, including VAT
Figure 44: Dynamics of the crude steel production and atmospheric emissions of Zaporizhstal in 2002-2013
Figure 45: DMK’s domestic sales of rolled steel in 2002-2013, thousand tons, %
Figure 46: Domestic prices on DMK’s rolled steel in 2007-2008 including VAT, $/ton
Figure 47: Domestic prices on DMK’s rolled steel in 2010-2014 including VAT, $/ton
Figure 48: Geographic pattern of DMK’s exports by regions in 2007 and 2008, %

 

 

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