TMK acquires metal scrap company

TMK, producer of tubular products, acquired 100% interest in ChermetServis-Snabzhenie. The deal value totalled about EUR 38.3M.

Founded in 2000, ChermetServis-Snabzhenie (ChS-Snabzhenie) is a major player in the Russian steel scrap market showing a sustainable growth of scrap sales and a stable financial performance. As TMK’s single-source provider, ChS-Snabzhenie not only collects, processes and sells ferrous scrap, but also provides comprehensive procurement services to steel plants.

Photo courtesy of TMK Group

“ChS-Snabzhenie has been the main supplier of scrap for our steel mills for the last several years. Acquisition of this company will allow TMK to establish a complete scrap supply cycle at its facilities, which will guarantee the company feedstock security. This deal is part of our vertical integration strategy and will boost the efficiency and reliability of the supply chain for our EAF production. It will also make the company more independent of market uncertainties and will help TMK reduce its overhead expenses per tonne of scrap, thus keeping prices at acceptable levels”, said Alexander Shiryaev, TMK CEO.

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