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29 May 2020

NLMK shareholders approve 2019 dividends

At the Extraordinary General Meeting of Shareholder (EGM) held on 29 May 2020, NLMK shareholders approved the payment of Q4 2019 dividends of RUB 3.12 per share. Considering the previously paid interim dividends, total 2019 dividends will amount to 17.36 rubles per share.

Sustainalytics boosts NLMK Group’s ESG rating

NLMK Group, a global steel company, is proud to announce that Sustainalytics has revised the company’s ESG rating from the 31.5 NLMK was awarded last year to 28 this year, with a lower number indicating stronger management of ESG issues by a company. NLMK is currently ranked among the top 3 steel companies analyzed by Sustainalytics.

NLMK Group rolls out social assistance programme amid COVID-19 pandemic

NLMK Group, a global steel company, continues to offer support to local communities in the regions where it operates and to provide social assistance to current and former employees.

25 May 2020

NLMK improves environmental performance of BF and BOF operations

NLMK Lipetsk, NLMK Group’s flagship production site, has completed performance testing of new air purification systems installed on facilities that underwent capital repairs in late 2019, namely Basic Oxygen Furnace No. 2, which has a capacity in excess of 3 million tonnes of steel per year and Blast Furnace No. 6, which has a capacity of 3.4 million tonnes of pig iron per year.

25 May 2020

NLMK Group among Top 10 steel companies globally in value creation

NLMK Group was ranked sixth among steel companies globally by total shareholder return (TSR) in the 2020 Value Creators report, a ranking compiled by The Boston Consulting Group (BCG) that covered a five-year period from 2015 through to 2019.

22 May 2020

Stoilensky begins hot testing at new additional beneficiation section

Stoilensky Mining and Beneficiation Plant, part of NLMK Group, a global steel company, has started hot testing at three new concentrate grinding lines. The commissioning of the new additional beneficiation section will enable Stoilensky to increase its concentrate output from 17.5 million tonnes to 20 million tonnes per year and its ore processing capacity from 37 million tonnes to 42 million tonnes by 2021.

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Maria Simonova
Maria Simonova
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