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Ural Mining and Metallurgical Company

UMMC combines in one technological chain mining, metallurgical, metal-working complex enterprises, as well as the construction industry, located in Russia.

The inclusion in the sphere of influence of UMMC of enterprises of various industries makes it possible to combine and coordinate the activities of enterprises from the extraction of raw materials to the receipt of a wide range of products of high degree of readiness.

Ashinsky Metallurgical Plant

Public Joint-Stock Company Ashinsky Metallurgical Plant is one of the most dynamically developing metallurgical enterprises in Russia, located on the main transport routes of Russia in the Urals Federal District. In the entire history of his existence, he has come from a small ironworks to one of the unique metallurgical enterprises of the Urals.

PJSC Magnitogorsk Iron and Steel Works

The company is one of the world's largest steel producers and occupies a leading position among the enterprises of ferrous metallurgy in Russia. The company's assets in Russia are a large metallurgical complex with a full production cycle, starting from the preparation of iron ore raw materials and ending with the deep processing of ferrous metals. MMK produces a wide range of metal products with high added value.

Pipe Metallurgical Company

TMK is a Russian metallurgical company, the largest Russian pipe producer, and one of the three leaders in the global pipe business. Headquarters - in Moscow. TMK was established in 2001. In 2002, the Volga, Seversky and Sinarsky pipe plants were part of TMK.

Severstal

Severstal PJSC is a Russian vertically integrated steel and mining company that owns the Cherepovets Steel Mill (Vologda Oblast), Russia's second largest steel mill. Owns assets in Russia, as well as in Ukraine, Latvia, Poland, Italy, Liberia.

Novolipetsk Metallurgical Plant

NLMK is a Russian metallurgical plant located in the left-bank region of Lipetsk. The largest steel mill in the country and 17th in the world in terms of production in 2018. 350 km is the Kursk Magnetic Anomaly - the main supplier of raw materials for the enterprise.

ChTPZ (Chelyabinsk Pipe-Rolling Plant)

ChelPipe Group, an industrial group of the metallurgical complex of Russia, is one of the largest domestic manufacturers of pipe products. The ChTPZ group unites enterprises and companies of the iron and steel industry: the Chelyabinsk Pipe-Rolling Plant, the Pervouralsky Novotrubny Plant and others.