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Ural Steel

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 and rectangular billets;
  • Flat products: bridge building steel, shipbuilding steel, strips, structural steel.

Production Processes at Ural Steel:

Production Processes at Ural Steel


2017 Industrial waste landfill facility has been launched.
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.
2013 Ural Steel completed the planned decommissioning of its open-hearth production to increase economic efficiency and environmental safety.
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.
1958 Open-Hearth Furnace #1 started to produce steel.
1955 Ural Steel, then known as Orsko-Khalilovsky Iron-and-Steel Works, commenced production when Blast Furnace #1 produced its first hot metal.

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