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Russia's Evraz Q3 crude steel output down by 4.4% q/q
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Evraz Sees Annual Savings Of $12 Mln From New Projects Based On Advanced Analytics
EVRAZ plc is a steel, mining and vanadium business with operations in the Russian Federation, the United States, Canada, the Czech Republic and Kazakhstan. The Company's principal activities include manufacturing steel and steel products; iron ore mining and enrichment; coal mining; manufacturing vanadium products, and trading operations and logistics. Its segments include Steel; Steel, North America, and Coal. The Steel segment is engaged in the production of steel and related products at all mills except for those located in North America. The Steel, North America segment is engaged in the production of steel and related products in the United States and Canada. The Coal segment includes coal mining and enrichment.
Iron & Steel
2 Portman Street
Alexander Grigorevich Abramov
Non-Executive Chairman of the Board
Alexander Vladimirovich Frolov
Chief Executive Officer, Executive Director
Chief Financial Officer
Chief Executive Officer, President - EVRAZ North America
Senior Vice President - Commerce and Business Development
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* EVRAZ - FACING NO SIGNIFICANT ISSUES WITH PRODUCTION OR SUPPLY OF RAW MATERIALS AND OTHER GOODS.
* HAS SIGNED A US$750 MILLION SYNDICATED UNSECURED CREDIT FACILITY ( "FACILITY"), MATURING IN 2025
Evraz, Russia's second-biggest steel producer, said on Thursday that higher global prices drove its net profit to $759 million in 2017 after a loss of $188 million in 2016, and helped it to recommend a dividend payment.
Russian steelmaker Evraz has no major debt repayments due this year and aims to pay dividends, chief financial officer Nikolay Ivanov said, a show of strength from the company after three years of a downturn and difficult recovery.
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