Home / Metal News / Copper / [Steel Output] CIS crude steel output drops 11% in June
[Steel Output] CIS crude steel output drops 11% in June
Jul 28,2015 15:54CST
industry news
Source:SMM
The crude steel production by Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) declined by 10.7% during the month of June year-on-year.

By  Paul Ploumis 28 Jul 2015  Last updated at  01:54:07 GMT

MOSCOW (Scrap Monster): According to the recent data published by the World Steel Association (World Steel), the crude steel production by Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) declined by 10.7% during the month of June year-on-year.

The total crude steel production by Byelorussia surged higher by 7.70% during June this year to 232,000 tonnes from 215,000 tonnes in June 2014.  Kazakhstan produced 312,000 tonnes of crude steel, up significantly by 7.2% when compared to 291,000 tonnes production achieved during June last year. Moldova recorded 28,000 tonnes steel output during the month, falling considerably by 22.2% over the previous year. The total crude steel production by Russia was down by 7.5% from 6.101 Million tonnes in June 2014 to 5.643 Million tonnes this June.

There was marked decline in Ukraine’s crude steel output in June. Ukraine’s total crude steel output declined sharply by 21.8% to 2.004 Million tonnes in June 2015 when compared with the output of 2.563 Million tonnes during June last year. Also, Uzbekistan’s crude steel output declined considerably by 12.2% during the month.

The following table provides cumulative crude steel output for the first six months in 2015 in comparison with those during same period in 2014.

Country

6 months (2015)

6 months (2014)

% Change

Byelorussia

1,364

1,203

+13.4

Kazakhstan

1,860

1,779

+4.5

Moldova

157

194

-19.0

Russia

35,713

35,418

+0.8

Ukraine

11,258

15,473

-27.2

Uzbekistan

347

382

-9.4

Note: Output in thousands of tonnes


steel output
CIS crude steel production June 2015

For queries, please contact Frank LIU at liuxiaolei@smm.cn

For more information on how to access our research reports, please email service.en@smm.cn

Related news