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Ukraine: times of uncertainty

04 April 2022, Published under Cement News

Ukraine’s cement industry has been seeing off anti-dumping imports from surrounding countries while encouraging a revival in domestic and export cement capacity. However, Russia’s military invasion in February 2022 has thrown the country into war with its neighbour. By Ukrcement Association, Ukraine, and ICR Research, UK. While Ukraine’s cement industry successfully addressed challenges in 2021, it faces a challenge of an entirely different magnitude in 2022 as Vladimir Putin order...

Ukraine launches antidumping investigation into cement imports

11 September 2020, Published under Cement News

Ukraine’s Interdepartmental Commission on International Trade has launched an antidumping investigation into the import of cement from Turkey, according to Business World.  The commission reportedly received a complaint from Dyckerhoff Cement Ukraine, Kryvyi Rih Cement, Mykolaivcement, Podilsky Cement, and Cement LLC with the support of Ivano-Frankivskcement. According to the applicant, during the observation period (2017-19), the import of cement in absolute terms increased by 809 per...

Dyckerhoff Cement Ukraine sees 414% surge in profit

06 March 2020, Published under Cement News

Dyckerhoff Cement Ukraine has reported a 414.2 per cent surge in profit to UAH814.27m (US$32.7m) for 2019, against UAH158.36m in the previous year, according to the Ukrainian News Agency. The company’s total assets as of the end of 2019 also increased by 8.7 per cent YoY to UAH2.65bn.

Dyckerhoff Cement Ukraine posts UAH316m loss in 2017

16 April 2018, Published under Cement News

PJSC Dyckerhoff Cement Ukraine reported a net loss of UAH316m (US$12.01m) in 2017, according to Interfax. Compared with 2016, the uncovered loss reached UAH1.34bn, which represents a 53 per cent increase YoY. Total debtor indebtedness rose by 14 per cent YoY to UAH106.7m, long-term liabilities by 11 per cent to UAH1.8bn, current liabilities more than halved, to UAH407m. However, the company also increased its assets by 15 per cent to UAH2.3bn. Dyckerhoff Cement Ukraine was founded in 1...

Ukraine: Dyckerhoff Cement losses increase five-fold

20 March 2017, Published under Cement News

Preliminary figures indicate that in 2016, Dyckerhoff Cement Ukraine, part of Dyckerhoff AG, increased its loss by UAH66m (US$2.46m) to UAH80.82m. The company's assets as of late 2016 were UAH2.16bn, long-term liabilities were UAH2.69bn and current liabilities were UAH483.96m. Dyckerhoff Cement Ukraine reported a loss of UAH14.82m for 2015.