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Russia's NLMK signs settlement agreement over steel slabs with U.S.
Russia's NLMK reports Q3 net profit of $312 mln
Russia's NLMK Q3 steel output at 3.9 mln T
Novolipetsk Steel PAO is a Russia-based vertically integrated steel company. Novolipetsk Steel PAO produces a wide range of flat and long steel products, including slabs, hot-rolled and cold-rolled sheet, galvanized, pre-painted and electrical steel, rebar and metal ware. The Company’s products are used in a variety of industries, from construction and machine-building to the manufacture of power generation equipment and offshore windmills. Its crude steel production capacity is over 17 million tons per year. All Company’s mining assets are located domestically, as well as 94% of its steelmaking capacities. In addition, Novolipetsk Steel PAO's rolling assets are located in the Russian Federation (56%), Europe (25%) and the United States (19%).
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Grigory Vitalevich Fedorishin
Chairman of the Management Board, Chief Executive Officer
Vladimir Sergeevich Lisin
Non-Executive Chairman of the Board
Evgeny Aleksandrovich Ovcharov
Vice President of Risk Management, Member of the Management Board
Shamil Ravilevich Kurmashov
Vice President - Finance, Member of the Management Board
Tatyana Mikhaylovna Averchenkova
Vice President - Operations Efficiency, Member of the Management Board
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Russian steel company NLMK is in the market for a US$500m-$750m revolving credit facility that will provide extra liquidity, bankers said.
Russian steelmaker NLMK said on Thursday it saw 2020 capital expenditure at $750 million under a stressed-market scenario, adding the actual figure would depend on market conditions.
Shareholders of Russia's largest steel producer NLMK on Friday decided not to approve a fourth-quarter dividend previously recommended by the board, proposing to halve the payout, the company said in a statement.
Russian steel producer NLMK is to revise down guidance on its 2020 capital expenditure programme due to global volatility caused by the spread of the coronavirus, it said on Thursday.
Russian steel producer NLMK said on Wednesday its fourth-quarter core earnings fell 43% year-on-year as revenues slipped on weak global steel prices as well as major repairs to a key blast furnace at the company's Lipetsk site.
Vladimir Lisin, who is considered to be Russia's second richest businessman, sold an approximate 2.6% stake in Russian steel producer NLMK, where he is the controlling shareholder, the company said in a statement on Friday.
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