Novolipetsk Steel

Novolipetsk Steel (NLMK) is globally one of the largest steel companies. NLMK is a full metallurgical cycle company that produces pig iron, slabs, cold rolled, hot rolled, galvanised, dynamic, transformational and polymer coated steel. The company supplies more than 70 countries in Europe, North and South America, Asia, Africa and the Middle East. NLMK Group produces 17% of Russian steel.


UC RUSAL is the world leader in the aluminum industry. Global market share of aluminum production and aluminia is about 10% each. The company employs about 76,000 people. RUSAL sells its products in 19 countries on five continents. Main markets are Europe, North America, Southeast Asia, Japan and Korea.

Magnitogorsk Iron and Steel Works OJSC

Magnitogorsk Iron and Steel Works OJSC (MMK) has 20% market share of steel production on the domestic market of the Russian Federation. The company is a large steel producing complex encompassing the entire production chain, from preparation of iron ore to downstream processing of rolled steel. MMK exports a significant part of total production to various countries around the world.


SUEK is a leading Russian fuel and energy company, the largest in the country and one of the world’s leading producers and suppliers of coal. In near future it will become one of the the key suppliers of electricity. The company is responsible for about 30% of steam coal in the country. SUEK is the only Russian coal company in the top ten of the world coal market.


Severstal is the second largest domestic steel company and heads up the steel division of the holding 'Severstal Group'. A third of metallurgical facilities of 'Severstal' are outside of Russia. The company produces more than 11.5 million tonnes of steel per year.


Tulachermet is one of the leading metallurgical companies in Russia being the country’s largest exporter of commercial iron. Production facilities are capable of producing over two million tonnes of metal per year. Consumers of pig iron produced by the company are the CIS states as well as metallurgical and engineering companies in Western Europe, America and Asia. It has a market share of about 40% of total pig iron sales globally.


Metsäliitto is the eighth largest forest industry group in the world. Commercial activities of the group are carried out in the following areas: Wood Supply, Wood Products, Pulp, Board and Paper, and Tissue and Cooking Papers. The Group’s sales total about eight billion euros per year. Metsäliitto owns factories and sales offices in 30 countries.


Cargill is an international producer and marketer of food, agricultural, financial and industrial products and services. It has offices in 67 countries; the company’s products are delivered to 6000 ports worldwide. Cargill is one of the leading foreign investors in Russia, having invested more than $500 million in the development of the agriculture and food industry.


PhosAgro is a vertically integrated structure encompassing the entire production cycle of phosphate fertilizers, from the extraction of phosphate raw materials to finished products (fertilisers, feed phosphates, phosphoric acid). PhosAgro ranks first in Europe and second in the world in the production of concentrated phosphate fertilisers. In terms of volume, PhosAgro is the leader of phosphate fertiliser shipments to Russia’s domestic market.


Uralkali is the largest Russian mining-industrial complex producing the potash fertilisers and various salts. The enterprise develops the only Verkhnekamsky deposit of potassium and magnesium salts in Russia, and second largest in the world , which holds a total amount of 3.8 billion tonnes of ore (in terms of 100% К2О). Ulkai is a supplier of potash fertilisers to all regions of Russia and also exports to 40 countries. Uralkali produces 50% of magnesium metal in the country.


URALCHEM is among one of the largest Russian producers of ammonia and nitrogen fertilisers. URALCHEM is the only Russian producer of aliphatic amines, potassium and sodium nitrate as well as sodium nitrite crystal.


SIBUR is the leader of petrochemistry in Russia and Eastern Europe. The Company operates across the entire petrochemical process chain from gas processing to the production of monomers and plastics, mineral fertilisers, tyres and industrial rubber items, as well as the processing of plastics. SIBUR is a vertically integrated company that provides its own raw materials through its gas processing petrochemical plants. It produces over 2000 different brands of products. The Company processes more than half of APG and produces 23% of propylene, 23% of polypropylene, 17% of polyethylene, from 30 to 49% of different rubbers, 34% of tyres, 16% of nitrogen fertilisers, and considerable part of other petrochemical products in Russian market.

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