Yuzhno-Uralskaya GPK

Yuzhno-Uralskaya GPK is a new high-technology facility in the Orenburg Region for dry cement production with its own resource base. Production uses highest-grade raw materials and employs energy-efficient innovative technology and modern quality control methods.
The facility comprises two kiln lines with a total capacity of 2.4 million tonnes of cement per year. Yuzhno-Uralskaya GPK has a 4.2 percent share in the Russian cement market. The total number of employees is 2,160.

Yuzhno-Uralskaya GPK was established on October 23, 2002, on the base of the slag dump shop, formerly part of the Orsko-Khalilovskiy Steel Works, currently Ural Steel.

In 2005, Yuzhno-Uralskaya GPK acquired the Akkerman mine and the lime-burning shop previously also owned by Ural Steel.
In 2006, it was decided to build a cement plant meeting all present-day requirements and using modern technology and equipment. This ambitious project was divided in two stages. The company engaged Sibniiproektcement in June 2006 to design the future high-technology cement plant. The company purchased equipment from Germany-based KHD HUMBOLDT WEDAG International (ZAB Zementanlagenbau GmbH Dessau), a world leader in the design and supply of process machinery and equipment for dry cement production.

On November 15, 2010, Yuzhno-Uralskaya GPK held an opening ceremony for the first phase of the project with a capacity of 1.3 million tonnes of cement per year.

The second phase of the kiln line with a capacity of 1.3 million tonnes of cement per year was put into operation in the second half of 2012.

CEO - Anton Selyavko

Russian Federation, 462360, Novotroitsk, 5.4 km, zapad, No. 5
phone: +7 (3537) 65 64 11

Website: www.yugpk.ru