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Ukraine: Volyn Cement posts 2015 rise in net revenue, but loss deepens

11 April 2016, Published under Cement News

Volyn Cement, one of the top-three producers in Ukraine, posted a 23 per cent rise in net revenue from UAH754.892m (US$29.46m) in 2014 to UAH860.352 in 2015. However, the company reported a loss of UAH504.262m in 2015. In 2014 Volyn Cement reported a loss of UAH455.553m, having increased its net revenue by 12.06 per cent or UAH81.253m YoY to UAH754.892m.

Volyn Cement reelects Zelano as Supervisory Board Chairman, Ukraine

21 July 2015, Published under Cement News

Volyn Cement has reelected Paolo Zelano to chair its supervisory board for three years, the company said in a press release. In addition, the shareholders replaced supervisory board member Plack Heiko Otto with Karl Heinz Paul Richard Kasch for three years. Buzzi Unicem’s Dyckerhoff subsidiary operates the Volyn works which is situated at Rivne in the west.

Ukraine: Volyn Cement net loss widens

23 February 2015, Published under Cement News

Volyn Cement reported a net loss of UAH456.7m (US$16.3m) for 2014, compared to a loss of UAH46.9m during the year before. The Dyckerhoff subsidiary's assets came in at UAH1.14bn on 1 January 2015, long-term liabilities reached UAH1.17bn and current liabilities totalled UAH155.3m. Total receivables amounted to UAH 46.9m at the end of 2014, according to the report. Volyn Cement operates an integrated cement works in Zdolbuniv, Rivne region.

Mixed results for Ukrainian producers

15 February 2013, Published under Cement News

Two of Ukraine’s leading  cement producers have reported a mixed set of full year 2012 results. Volyn Cement ended 2012 with a net profit of UAH4.032m, according to preliminary data published by Ukrainan News. In 2011, it saw its net revenues up 50.72 per cent or UAH 219.35m to UAH651.838m, comparing with 2010. Volyn Cement is a subsidiary of Dyckerhoff of Germany and operates two integrated works with a combined capacity of 3Mta. Podilskyi Tsement reported a loss of UAH101.418m for ...