Ukrainian steel maker Metinvest announced that “It’s enterprises in Zaporizhzhia, Kamianske, Pokrovsk and Kryvyi Rih continue to make and ship products to Ukrainian and foreign customers at different capacity utilisation levels. These are the Pokrovske Coal (Pokrovsk, Donetsk region), Unisteel and the Ingulets, Northern and Central GOKs (Kryvyi Rih, Dnipropetrovsk region), Kamet Steel (Kamianske, Dnipropetrovsk region) and Zaporizhstal, which is classified as a joint venture (Zaporizhzhia, Zaporizhzhia region). All continue to work at different utilisation levels, based on safety, logistical and economic factors. Their products are available for sale on Ukrainian and foreign markets. Production in Avdiivka has been temporarily halted for employee safety reasons and because of hostilities not far from the city.” It also said “Production at the Group’s enterprises in Mariupol has been suspended since 24 February 2022 because of the Russian military aggression. As the city is occupied, Metinvest cannot continue production at its entities there, namely Azovstal, Ilyich Steel, Mariupol Machining and Repair Plant and the Mariupol branch of Metinvest-Promservice. Control over them and production can be restored only if the occupation ends and the city is returned to the Ukrainian government. In addition, a detailed review of the technical condition of the Group’s assets in Mariupol and appropriate repair work will be necessary.” At the same time, warehouses and distribution centres of Metinvest in Ukraine and other European countries still have steel products made by the Group’s enterprises in Mariupol before 24 February 2022. These products, with appropriate labelling and documentation, are available for sale.