Ukraine’s largest titanium ore miner and processer, United Mining-Chemical Company, has invested $40 million in upgrades since 2014
Thursday, August 23, 2018

Ukraine’s largest titanium ore miner and processer, United Mining-Chemical Company, has invested $40 million in upgrades since 2014

Ukraine’s largest titanium ore miner and processer, United Mining-Chemical Company, has invested $40 million in upgrades since 2014, Oleksandr Hladushko, acting board chairman, says on the company website. The company manages two operations: Irshansk Mining and Processing Combine in Zhytomyr region, and, 600 km to the southeast, Vilnohirsk Mining and Metallurgical Combine, in Dnipropetrovsk region. The world’s sixth largest titanium producer, Ukraine produces about 7,500 tons of titanium sponge, the first stage of refining. Essential for aerospace, and now mobile phones, titanium was stockpiled during the Cold War.

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