Krastsvetmet News

  • 22 Sep 2015
    Krastsvetmet wins "Best report" award at the 7th International Congress

    The 7th International Congress and Exhibition “Non-Ferrous Metals and Minerals — 2015” was recently held in Krasnoyarsk. The Congress was dedicated to prospects of non-ferrous metals development, as well as the latest scientific advancements leading to improvements in the metallurgical process. The program included plenary meetings, lectures, seminars, and the first “Metallurgists’ School” youth forum.

  • 22 Jul 2015
    Krastsvetmet performance indicators for the first half of 2015

    Krastsvetmet’s revenue amounted to 31.1 billion rubles, which was 6% up on 2014. As a result of operations, the Company’s net income increased by 1.6 billion rubles, reaching 2.2 billion rubles.

  • 19 May 2015
    Congratulations on the 70th anniversary of the Great Victory!

    A celebratory meeting and flowers-laying ceremony took place at Krastsvetmet memorial stele in honor of the 70th anniversary of the Great Victory on May 7, 2015. The company and Gymnasium N7 students came together to express appreciation to the people who sacrificed their lives and years of hard work in the name of victory.

  • 29 Apr 2015
    Krastsvetmet performance indicators for the first quarter of 2015

    Krastsvetmet’s revenue amounted to 14.7 billion rubles, which was 6% up on 2014. As a result of operations, the Company’s net income increased by 1.3 billion rubles, reaching 1.6 billion rubles.

  • 22 Apr 2015
    Congratulations on the 70th anniversary of Victory in the Second World War!

    A tremendous victory was achieved by our country at the cost of enormous effort and sacrifice. The most critical year in the war was 1943 — this year was later called the “epoch of triumphant salutes.” It was March 23, 1943 when the first Krastsvetmet products appeared. Many veterans of the company are living witnesses of the time, which was crucial for the destiny of our country. That time is horrible to recollect, but it would horrible if forgotten. It is our duty to preserve the memory of heroes and pass on to future generations the memory and the enormous toll of the Great Victory.