Metalloinvest

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Metalloinvest
Joint stock
Industry Mining, Steel
Founded 1999
Headquarters Moscow
Key people
Ivan Streshinsky (Chairman)
Products Iron Ore
Steel
Steel Products
Financial services
Revenue DecreaseUS$6.367 billion (2014)[1]
DecreaseUS$1.961 billion (2014)[1]
DecreaseUS$66.0 million (2014)[1]
Total assets IncreaseUS$11.08 billion (2014)[1]
Total equity IncreaseUS$3.155 billion (2014)[1]
Owner USM Holdings (100%)[2]
Number of employees
60.000 (2014)[1]
Website www.metalloinvest.com

Metalloinvest Management Company LLC (Russian: Металлоинвест) is a Russian mining and metallurgy company specializing in the manufacture of steel. It was founded in 1999 and is composed of a mining division (Lebedinsky GOK and Mikhailovsky GOK) and a steel division (Oskol Elektrometallurgical Plant (OEMK) and Ural Steel). USM Holdings owns 100% of Metalloinvest JSC. Alisher Usmanov is the major beneficiary of USM Holdings (48%), with other major beneficiaries — the companies of Vladimir Skoch and Farhad Moshiri — owning 30% and 10%, respectively.[2]

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Investments

Mining

Metallurgy

Mechanical Engineering

Distribution and other

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Domestic competitors include Evraz Group and Novolipetsk Steel.

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