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Ukraines UkrGazVydobuvannya to boost investments in 2008
Journal Staff Report

 Ukraines largest natural gas producer UkrGazVydobuvannya (UGV) plans to boost investments 41% this year in prospecting and production of hydrocarbons, seeking to reverse the countrys recent output decline, the company reported Wednesday.

UGV plans to invest 3.1 billion hryvnias ($614 million) in prospecting and production in 2007, up from 2.2 billion hryvnias invested in 2006, the company said.

Exports Of Ferrous Scrap Metals Up By 37.4%

In December, exports of ferrous scrap metals rose by 37.4% or 11,050 tons compared to November, to 40,590 tons.

This was disclosed in a statement of the State Statistics Committee, a text of which Ukrainian News obtained.

In December, earnings from export of ferrous scrap metals rose by 39.4% or USD 3.47 million to USD 12.28 million.

Compared to December 2006, exports of ferrous scrap metals fell by 24.2% or 12,960 tons in December 2007.

In January-December, exports of ferrous scrap metals fell by 8% or 59,100 tons compared to the relevant period of the previous year to 675,760 tons for USD 194.17 million.

As Ukrainian News earlier reported, in November, exports of ferrous scrap metals rose by 56.3% or 10,640 tons compared to October, to 29,540 tons.

In 2006, exports of ferrous scrap metals fell by 41.7% or 525,910 tons compared to 2005, to 734,860 tons for USD 168.69 million.

Tuesday, January 29, 2008
Scrap
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Ukrainian Journal

 


 

 

 

TITANIUM  BAR AND WIRE
1. Titanium rolled bars Ti6Al-4V
  (Ti-base, Al 5.3-6.8,V 3.5-5.3, Cmax≤0.1, Femax ≤0.3, Simax ≤0.1, Zrmax ≤0.3, Omax ≤0.2, Nmax ≤0.05, Hmax ≤0.01)  
mm kg
1 Dia.12 78
2 Dia.16 88
3 Dia.25 2000
4 Dia.28 2000
5 Dia.35 11.2
6 Dia. 50 167.3
7 Dia.80 2814
8 Dia.87 32
9 Dia.90 709.9
10 Dia.100 1684
11 Dia.110 628
12 Dia.120 1999
13 Dia.130 2000
14 Dia.140 520
15 Dia.150 1645
16 Dia.160 1590
     
2. Titanium rolled bar Grade 5
   (Ti-base, Al 5.3-6.5, V 3.5-4.5, Cmax ≤0.1, Femax ≤0.25, Simax ≤0.1, Zrmax ≤0.3, Omax ≤0.15,Nmax ≤0.04, Hmax ≤ 0.015)  
  mm kg
1 Dia.75 15
2 Dia.80 119
3 Dia.90 171
4 Dia.100 443
5 Dia.110 43
6 Dia.120 1305
7 Dia.130 5802
8 Dia.140 91
9 Dia.150 220
     
3. Titanium forged bars Grade 5
  mm kg
1 Dia.200 525
2 Dia.280 385
3 Dia.300 505
4 Dia.330 2127.5
     
4. Titanium forged bars Ti6Al4V
  mm kg
1 Dia.110 2733
2 Dia.120 954
3 Dia.160 298
4 Dia.165 272
     
5. Titanium rolled bars Grade VT1-0 
   (Ti-base, Cmax ≤0.07, Femax ≤0.25, Simax ≤0.1, Omax ≤0.2, Nmax ≤0.04, Hmax ≤0.01)  
  mm kg
1 Dia.10 4009
2 Dia.12 2887
3 Dia.14 4172
4 Dia.16 2562
5 Dia.18 279
6 Dia.19 246
7 Dia.20 9933.7
8 Dia.22 2389
9 Dia.25 2061
11 Dia.28 132
12 Dia.30 3243
13 Dia.32 416
14 Dia.35 1923
15 Dia.40 7210
16 Dia.42 131
17 Dia.45 1123
18 Dia.50 4093
19 Dia.55 125
20 Dia.58 34
21 Dia.60 1985
22 Dia.62 10
23 Dia.65 1028
24 Dia.70 295.4
25 Dia.72 36
26 Dia.75 219
27 Dia.77 9
28 Dia.80 1047.5
29 Dia.88 78
30 Dia.90 3431
31 Dia.100 1103
32 Dia.110 1030
33 Dia.120 522
34 Dia.130 774
35 Dia.140 998
36 Dia.150 1339
     
6. Titanium square billets, Grade VT1-0
  mm kg
1 3030 1471
2 3535 64
3 3838 5
4 4040 65
5 4242 250
6 4444 58
7 4545 58
8 4646 13
     
7. Forged turned bars (tube billet), Grade VT1-0
  mm kg
1 Dia.54 37
2 Dia.70 29
3 Dia. 170 28
     
8. Rolled bars Grade 9 / PT3V
   (Ti-base, Al 3.5 5.0, V 1.22.5, Femax -0.25, Cmax - 0.1, Omax-0.15, Nmax-0.04, Hmax-0.006, Zrmax - 3.0, Si max  - 0.12)   
  mm kg
1 Dia.18 43
2 Dia.20 87
3 Dia.30 342
4 Dia.35 166
5 Dia.37 46
6 Dia.40 195
7 Dia.98 270
     
9. Forged  bars Grade 9 / PT3V
  mm kg
1 Dia.170 160
2 Dia.240 442
3 Dia.250 305
     
10. Titanium bars, Grade OT-4-0
   (Ti-base, Al - 0.4-1.4, Mn 0.5-1.3, Nmax-0.05, Hmax-0.012, Fe max-0.3, Omax-0.15, Cmax-0.1, Zr max-0.3)  
  mm kg
1 Dia.38 5
2 Dia.45 10
3 Dia.80 63
4 Dia.120 75
5 Dia.140 467
6 Dia.150 159
     
11. Titanium bars, Grade OT 4-1
   (Ti-base, Al 1.5-2.5, Mn-0.7-2.0, Nmax-0.05, Hmax-0.012, Fe max-0.3, Omax-0.15, Cmax-0.1, Zr max-0.3)  
  mm kg
1 Dia.30 6
2 Dia.35 9
3 Dia.40 9
4 Dia.65 156
5 Dia.70 16
6 Dia.200(forged) 123
     
12. Titanium bars, Grade VT3-1
  (Ti-base, Al 5.5-7.0, Mo 2.0-3.0, Cr 0.8-2.0, Si 0.15-0.4, Fe 0.2-0.7, Cmax-0.1, Zrmax-0.5, Omax-0.15, Nmax-0.05, Hmax-0.015)  
  mm kg
1 Dia.40 176.8
2 Dia.42 13
3 Dia.60 154.5
4 Dia.100 90
5 Dia.110 640
6 Dia.117 273
7 Dia.120 67
8 Dia.130 115
9 Dia.140 782
10 Dia.150 291
11 Dia.150(forged) 95
     
     
13. Titanium bars, Grade VT14
(Ti-base, Al 3.5-6.3, Mo 2.5-3.8, V 0.9-1.9, Cmax-0.1, Femax-0.25, Simax-0.15, Zrmax-0.3, Omax-0.15, Nmax-0.05, Hmax-0.015)
  mm kg
1 Dia.50 203
2 Dia.60 393
3 Dia.100 282
4 Dia.120 26
5 Dia.140 750
6 Dia.150 1382
     
14. Titanium forged Bars, Grade VT22
(Ti-base, Al 4.4-5.7, Mo 4.0-5.5, V 4.0-5.5, Cr 0.5-1.5, Fe 0.5-1.5, Cmax-0.1, Simax-0.15, Zrmax-0.3, Omax-0.18, Nmax-0.05,             Hmax-0.015)
  mm kg
1 Dia.170 103
     
16. Titanium bars VT-5
(Ti-base, Al 4.5-6.2, Mo max- 0.8 , Vmax-1.2, Cmax-0.1, Fe max- 0.3, Si max-0.12, Omax-0.2, Nmax- 0.05 Hmax-0.015)
  mm kg
1 Dia.55 206
2 Dia.65  110
3 Dia.75 22
4 Dia.80 213
     
17.  Titanium bars 3M
  (Ti-base, Al 3.5-5.0, Nmax-0.04,  Fe max- 0.25, Omax-0.15, C max-0.1, Zr max- 0.3, Simax 0.12, Hmax-0.006)  
  mm kg
1 Dia.35 10
2 Dia.65 25
3 Dia.90 68
4 Dia.128 565
5 Dia.130 211
6 Dia.150 200
18. Titanium bar VT16
  mm kg
1 12 47.8
     
18. Titanium bar VT1-2
(Ti base, Almax 0.7, Simax 0.15, Femax 1.5, Omax 0.3, Hmax 0.01, Nmax 0.15, Cmax 0.1)
  mm kg
1 Dia.100 144
2 Dia.160 60
     
19. Titanium Wire, Grade2V
  (Ti base, Al 1.5-2.5, V 1.0-2.0)  
  mm kg
1 Dia. 4 406.8
     
20. Titanium Wire, Grade-2
  (Ti-base, Nmax-0.3,  Cmax- 0.1, Hmax-0.0125, Fe max- 0.15, O max - 0.25)  
  mm kg
1 Dia.1 62.83
2 Dia.1.6 0.55
3 Dia.2 391.3
4 Dia.2.5 26
5 Dia.3 726.65
6 Dia.4 429.35
7 Dia.5 380.35
8 Dia.6 17.6
     
     
21. Titanium Wire, Grade VT20
Ti base, Al 5.5-7.0, V 0.8-2.5
  mm kg
1 Dia.5 34
ALL THE ABOVE STATED BARS COULD BE DELIVERED IN ROLLED OR FORGED CONDITION, 
AS WELL AS UNDER A CONCRETE ORDER COULD BE TURNED INTO NECESSARY SIZES
         
Manufacturer of titanium ingots Grade1, Grade2, Ti6AL/4V
           
  We take orders for  manufacture and supply of  following titanium ingots:    
  a)      Titanium ingots Grade 1      
  b)      Titanium ingots Grade 2      
  c)      Titanium ingots Ti6Al/4V      
  d)      Titanium slabs Grade1      
  e)      Titanium slabs Grade2      
  f) Titanium slabs Ti6AL/4V      

 

 

NEWS


Stainless steel industry suggests Finance Ministry to double CRC import duty

Apprehensive about dumping of stainless steel by China, the domestic industry has sought more protection from such imports. In its pre-budget memorandum to the finance ministry, the Indian Stainless Steel Development Association (ISSDA) has suggested that customs duty on value-added stainless steel cold rolled coils (CRC) should be doubled to 10% so that India does not turn into a dumping ground for Chinese manufacturers.


The China factor is slowly becoming a serious concern for the stainless steel industry. The country has built up huge production of the metal, accounting for over 25% of global production. With such huge capacities, China may soon upset the global trade of stainless steel and may even resort to dumping. We need to be prepared for this change, ISSDA president N C Mathur said.

While we would aim to improve quality, reduce cost and become competitive, the government should also come to the aid of the industry by providing basic protection from this very real fear of dumping, he added.

Though India is a small importer of stainless steel now, rising input cost is affecting the competitiveness of the industry. The imports have grown by 50% from a level of 10,000 tons in 2006 to 15,000 tons in 2007. The imports should be viewed in the context of domestic consumption that is mere 1.3 mln tons against a production of about 2 mln tons.

ISSDA has also suggested that duty structure on basic inputs going into stainless making should be scrapped. The industry body has said that the present 5% duty on stainless steel melting scrap should be withdrawn. Similarly, duty on nickel products including unwrought nickel, unalloyed nickel, nickel oxide sinter and ferronickel should be brought down from 2-5% levels to zero.

The duty cuts would cost the exchequer less than Rs 350 crore in revenue loss while it would help industry earn revenue several times this amount and give it the necessary boost to invest Rs 15,000 crore to double stainless steel production by 2010, said Mr Mathur.

It is expected that duty cuts would bring down stainless steel prices by Rs 5,000 to Rs 7,000 per ton. The 304 grade stainless steel made for industrial use is currently priced at Rs 1,70,000 per ton while kitchen grade steel is priced at Rs 1,00,000 per ton.

The government is looking at providing relief to common people through this years budget. Duty cuts for the sector would also help in bringing down the price of stainless steel kitchen utensils that constitutes 70% of the market for domestically produced metal, Mr Mathur said.