31 March 2020
Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, all NLMK Group employees over the age of 65 in Russia have been asked to stay at home.Employees of an advanced age have the choice of working from home or taking a paid vacation or quarantine leave until 30 April 2020. The end date could change, based on how the situation develops.
26 March 2020
Due to increased volatility on global markets associated with the COVID-19 outbreak, NLMK Group is withdrawing its previously issued guidance on 2020 capex programme of $1.1-1.2 billion for a downward revision.
19 March 2020
Due to the threat of the coronavirus infection (COVID-2019) spread and in line with the new provisions of Russian laws stipulating the possibility of holding Annual General Shareholders’ Meetings in 2020 by absentee voting, NLMK’s Board of Directors has resolved to hold the NLMK AGM on 2019 results on April 24, 2020 in the format of absentee voting.
17 March 2020
NLMK Group has launched a ‘virtual assistant’ pilot: a digital service for real-time interaction with suppliers and optimization of standard supply chain operations.
16 March 2020
NLMK Group has launched NLMK.lab, a new internet platform, designed to attract partners for joint innovation projects. This platform offers a convenient channel for developers to reach out to end business customers, and hands-on peer-review of their project. The best solutions will be field-tested at NLMK Group's production sites around the world.
11 March 2020
NLMK Group is pleased to announce the approval of its Integrated Quality Management System Policy. A single corporate document now encompasses the Company's quality, environmental protection, production safety and energy efficiency goals and commitments.
5 March 2020
At a meeting held on 5 March 2020, the Board of Directors of NLMK Group, a global steel company, resolved to convene its Annual General Shareholders Meeting on 24 April 2020.
4 March 2020
NLMK DanSteel, NLMK Group’s Denmark-based production site, has delivered its first thousand tonnes of S500MC high-strength steel plate (500 MPa yield strength) to German machine-building companies.
2 March 2020
U.S. Department of Commerce’s denial of NLMK’s requests for slab exclusions from Section 232 steel tariffs wrongful, NLMK insists
NLMK Indiana and NLMK Pennsylvania, NLMK Group US Division companies, filed a complaint in the U.S. Court of International Trade alleging that NLMK’s requests for slab exclusions from Section 232 of the Trade Expansion Act have been wrongfully denied.
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