Ural Steel is an integrated company that operates blast furnace, steelmaking and metal rolling facilities.
The main products produced at Ural Steel are:
- pig iron;
- cast round billets;
- plate rolling: steel for automotive industry, strips, shipbuilding steel, and thick plates.
Production Processes at Ural Steel:
|2016||The bridge over the Kama River has been commissioned; 95% of the rolled steel for its construction is being supplied by Ural Steel.
Renovated Blast Furnace No. 4 has reached working capacity.
|2015||Casting Machine #5 came into operation. Shipping volumes of bridge-building steel doubled.|
|2014||The launch of Coke Oven Battery #6 (CB-6).|
|2014||Bugrinsky Bridge in Novosibirsk and a bridge crossing the river Vakh between the Tomsk area and Yurga opened. Both were made from rolled steel produced by Ural Steel.|
|2013||The hot metal spill area in the blast furnace shop was modernised; and the annual production capacity was increased to 1.9 million tonnes.|
Ural Steel completed the planned decommissioning of its
|2012||Two bridges constructed from rolled steel produced by Ural Steel, one going from Russian Island to Vladivostok and another — across the river Oka to Nizhny Novgorod, opened.|
|2012||A vacuum degasser was put into operation at the EAF shop.|
|2004||Continuous Casting Machine #2 (CCM #2) came into operation at the EAF shop.|
|1983||Continuous Casting Machine #1 (CCM #1) came into operation at the EAF shop.|
|1981||Launch of the first electric arc furnace (EAF) shop.|
|1978||800mm wide strip universal rolling mill was put into operation.|
|1969||950/800 section rolling mill was put into operation.|
|1960||2800mm rolling mill was put into operation.|
|1955|| Ural Steel, then known as