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Privatization of PJSC UMCC begins
On June 8, the State Property Fund of Ukraine approved a decision on privatization of PJSC United Mining and Chemical Company. As early as next year, 100% shares of the company could find a new owner.
Renovation of Titan Hotel at IMPP is in full swing
The company is investing in renovation of the public facilities. Renovation of Titan Hotel of IMPP subsidiary continues. The hotel will have an improved appearance and two new semi-deluxe rooms.
Open-pit mine No. 8 back into operation after repair
In the beginning of June, a powerful production complex of the open pit mine No. 8 at Irshansk Mining and Processing Plant, a subsidiary of PJSC UMCC, was put back into operation. Its capacity will be used to develop new sites.
IMPP laboratory gets a new spectrometer
The long-awaited new Japanese Rigaku spectrometer arrived at the Irshansk Mining and Processing Plant, a subsidiary of PJSC United Mining and Chemical Company.
Gold again! Vilnohirsk athletes won the World Cossack Fight Cup
Odesa hosted the WCFF World Cup from June 1 to June 4. Our Vilnohirsk athletes won 6 gold and 3 silver medals at the event
New vehicles on the way to the open pit mine!
Oleksiy Perevezentsev, State Secretary of the Ministry of Economic Development arrived to Vilnohirsk Mining and Metallurgical Plant, a subsidiary of PJCS UMCC, to accompany the new Bell dump trucks to the open pit mine.
VMMP drivers are mastering the new Bell ATDs
Sixty drivers will pass the training for driving the new Bell articulated dump trucks by June 1. The vehicles will begin operating in the open pit mine starting next month.
The most powerful mining complex at IMPP shut down for repairs
Starting from May 21, the mining complex of the open pit mine No. 8 will be moved to develop another field. Together with the factory it will provide for the production of nearly half of the subsidiary’s output.
A new pipe is better than the old one
Vilnohirsk MMP continues to replace hydraulic transport with polyethylene pipes.