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Industrial Metallurgical Holding



Tulachermet is the leading Russian producer and exporter of merchant pig iron, the largest enterprise of the IMH Group.

At present, production volume is over 2 million tons of pig iron per year.

Tulachermet produces more than 20 various Russian grades of pig iron for steel works and foundries, seven of which are steel-making pig iron grades, and the rest 13 are foundry pig iron grades.

Tulachermet produces nine pig iron grades for export markets, including steel-making pig iron for steel works and foundries, nodular and semi-nodular grades for manufacturers of malleable iron castings and six grades of foundry pig iron for foundries.

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The main advantage of pig iron produced in Tula is its purity by the content of such impurities as manganese, phosphorus, titanium, chromium, copper, vanadium, sulfur, which is due to the use of high-purity raw materials from deposits of Kursk Magnetic Anomaly and coke coal produced by KOKS. The quality of raw materials combined with the production technology make it possible to produce pig iron with impurity content as low as Mn, Р up to 0.05%, S — 0.015%, Ti, Cr, Cu, V — up to 0.025%, and Al, Ni, Co, Sb, B, Te, As, Sn, Mo, Se, Zn, Bi in total — 0.03%.

More than 90% of products are exported, and main consumers are enterprises of USA, Eastern and Western Europe and Middle East.

The enterprise can modify the iron smelting production process more flexibly than most competitors. This allows to significantly increase the share of foundry and nodular pig iron, depending on consumers’ requirements.

Along with merchant pig iron, the plant produces and sells in the market granulated slag and slag crushed stone for production of various types of concrete and road building.

PJSC Tulachermet has implemented and certified the quality management system meeting the international standard ISO 9001: 2008.

Sergey Dyakov

PAO Tulachermet Managing Director

Born in 1961 in Leninsk-Kuznetsky, Kemerovo Region.

In 1983 he graduated from the Kuzbass Polytechnic Institute.

From 1983 to 1985, he worked as a process engineer at the special design-engineering bureau Priroda. In 1985 he was employed by Kemerovo Coke Chemical Plant, where he made his way from recovery shop operator to managing director.

Since 2010, Sergey Dyakov is a Member of the Management Board of the Industrial Metallurgical Holding Management Company.

In November 2013, he has been appointed Managing Director of Tulachermet.

Tula-Steel launch is recognized as the main event of the year in Russian metallurgy 13.11.2019 Tula-Steel launch is recognized as the main event of the year in Russian metallurgy

Tula-Steel metallurgical plant’s commissioning is recognized as the main event of the year in Russian metallurgy. The award ceremony was held within the framework of International Industrial Exhibition Metall-Expo’2019.

Dmitry Medvedev visited Tula-Steel plant 16.07.2019 Dmitry Medvedev visited Tula-Steel plant

Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev visited Tula-Steel metallurgical plant on his working visit to the Tula region. The capabilities of the new enterprise were demonstrated to him by the IMH President, Evgeny Zubitskiy and the Governor of the Tula Region, Alexei Dyumin.

Record-high pig iron output at Tulachermet 08.02.2019 Record-high pig iron output at Tulachermet

During January 2019 Tulachermet produced 216.8 Kt of pig iron and achieved a new record-high result of monthly pig iron output for the whole history working with two blast furnaces. The amount was 8.8 Kt higher to compare with the plant’s production plan. Previous record was reached in December 2018, with the total result of 215.2 Kt.

IMH hosts the International Steelmakers Congress 16.10.2018 IMH hosts the International Steelmakers Congress

On October 16th the XV anniversary International Congress of steelmakers and metal producers ISCON-2018 is opened in Tula. It is organized by Industrial Metallurgical Holding (IMH) and the Interregional Public Organization “Association of Steelmakers”. 

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