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Ural Steel
Ural Steel ranks among Russia’s leading producers of strips for large-diameter pipes, pipe billets, heavy plates, and weathering steel (over 100 grades of carbon and alloy steels altogether).
Company Products
Ural Steel is an integrated iron and steel works. It incorporates the following main production facilities:
  • blast furnaces;
  • electric arc furnace melting shop (EAF);
  • slitting lines shop with 2800 mill and heat treatment unit.
Ural Steel boasts extensive experience in export deliveries. Export deliveries involve all Russian ports and are carried out on FOB terms with delivery to ports
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Export sales contact:
Yury Sunyaev, Commercial Director
E-mail: yu.sunyaev@uralsteel.com
Tel.: +7 (495) 741-90-50
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Company Profile
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Ural Steel Contribution to Russia’s Economy
Ural Steel Contribution to Russia’s Economy
No. 1 in the Russian weathering steel market
Over 100 bridges have been erected by using Ural Steel products:
  • Red Dragon Bridge across the Irtysh river;
  • Russky Bridge in Vladivostok;
  • BolshoyMoskvoretsky Bridge;
  • Purovsky Bridge on Yamal Peninsula;
  • Vysokogorsky Bridge across the Yenisey river and other projects.
Structural Steel Supplier
Structural Steel Supplier
Novotroitsk rolled products were used for construction of the following facilities:
  • Sochi Olympics venues;
  • World Cup stadiums;
  • Moscow-City multifunctional complex;
  • Structures of the Cathedral of Christ the Saviour in Moscow;
  • OkhotnyRyad Shopping Centre in Moscow and other facilities.
Supplier of High-Quality Steel Grades for Pipe Production
Supplier of High-Quality Steel Grades for Pipe Production
Systemically important O&G pipelines are built from Novotroitsk steel:
  • Sakhalin—Khabarovsk—Vladivostok;
  • Eastern Siberia—Pacific Ocean;
  • Bovanenkovo—Ukhta;
  • Baltic Pipeline System;
  • South Stream.
Supplier of High-Quality Shipbuilding Steel
Supplier of High-Quality Shipbuilding Steel
Ural Steel rolled products are sought after by leading Russian and foreign shipbuilding companies:
  • Aurora cruiser restoration;
  • Multipurpose icebreakers based on Aker ARC 130 A design.
Production
Ural Steel ranks among Russia’s leading producers of strips for large-diameter pipes, pipe billets, heavy plates, and weathering steel (over 100 grades of carbon and alloy steels altogether).
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Coke-making production
Coke-making production
Coke-making production area provides primary fuel for pig iron production. Over 1.5 MMTA of coke is sintered from coal charge. After cooling and screening procedures, various types of product are obtained: coke, shot coke, and coke fines. Coal pitch, ammonium sulphate, and benzene are recovered from COG.
Plant’s own facilities guarantee
Plant’s own facilities guarantee
Plant’s own facilities guarantee its energy independence and promote efficient use of available fuel and energy resources. Ural Steel cogeneration plant produces electricity and heat for its own needs as well as provides heat to Novotroitsk.
Auxiliary units
Auxiliary units
Auxiliary units, integrated within the M&R Directorate and the Electrical Supervisor Service, ensure the stable operation of the main production areas.
Shape Casting Shop
Shape Casting Shop
Shape Casting Shop has mastered the production of heavy castings for its own steelmaking and blast furnace operations, as well as for third-party mining and smelting companies. Workshop annual output exceeds 7,000 tonnes of heavy castings.
Slitting lines shop
Slitting lines shop
Slitting Lines Shop uses advanced equipment to make rolled products with excellent end-user performance from slabs received from the EAF. Mill 2800 rolls up to 1 MMTA of high quality steel for bridge construction, shipbuilding, large-diameter welded pipe production, structural steelwork.
Electric arc furnace melting shop
Electric arc furnace melting shop
Electric Arc Furnace Melting Shop (EAF)is one of the most advanced plant facilities. Production capacity is around 100 refining steel grades with a total volume of around 1.5 MMTA. This is where round billets for railway wheel production and square billets for rail production are cast. The plant has successfully mastered FMF technology, which enables making steel by BOF smelting without using electricity.
Blast-furnace shop
Blast-furnace shop
Blast-furnace shop produces over 2.5 MMTA of high-quality steelmaking and ordinary pig iron.
Sinter production
Sinter production
Sinter plant produces feedstock required for pig iron production: ca. 3 MMTA of sinter with a basic capacity of up to 1.8 and Fe content up to 56%.
Investment Projects
Investment projects implemented at Ural Steel aim to boost production efficiency, improve product quality, and increase the share of high value-added products.
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Social Policy

Investment projects implemented at Ural Steel aim to boost production efficiency, improve product quality, and increase the share of high value-added products.

Having partnered with the region and the city authorities, Ural Steel has been able to achieve a lot of tangible results. Highlights include the Ice Palace, 3D cinema, park, renovation of children’s educational institutions, as well as health care, cultural, and sports facilities. Reconstruction of the historic part of towngate, Sovetskaya Street, is of particular note.
Ural Steel is the major regional employer, with a total headcount of over 9,000 people. Steelworkers’ average earnings are almost 50% higher than the average area monthly income, and one of the key policies is prioritising workplace safety.

Plant units are equipped with air purifiers to sanitise the air. Public areas, canteens, and shuttle buses are decontaminated on a regular basis. Mask mandate is in force; all workers are consistently supplied with PPE. They also undergo vaccination and revaccination against viral infections and receive vitamin complexes.
Over 550 million roubles have been allocated by steelworkers to support health care in the Orenburg Region. Regional medical institutions have purchased CT scanners, lung ventilators, oxygen concentrators, and other medical equipment, as well as personal protective equipment and medicines. Ural Steel provided hospitals with up to 850 tonnes of medical oxygen each month.