Russia’s leading rolled bar & calibrated steel manufacturer

The plant supplies iron and steel to companies from the automotive and aircraft industries, electrical engineering, machine building and other industries.

Heroes of our plant

Ruslan Kaygorodov, Process Automation Engineer, Instrumentation and Automation Shop

Ruslan Kaygorodov, Process Automation Engineer, Instrumentation and Automation Shop

10 years in the Company

Hobbies: basketball; workout, music; reading; social activities.

ABOUT THE PLANT

PJSC Nadezhdinski Metallurgical Plant  is an integrated iron-and-steel company, which includes a sintering shop, a blast furnace shop, a melting shop, a heavy mill shop, a long product rolling shop, a calibration shop, and other auxiliary subdivisions.

  • The plant was founded in 1894; its history dates back to the construction of the Trans-Siberian Railway;
  • it is the third best supplier of calibrated bars and a Top 10 steel bar manufacturer in Russia;
  • producing 550 000 tonnes of finished products every year;
  • 350 steel grades;
  • hot-rolled round bars, 10-120 mm, 140-300 mm in diameter; hexagon bars, 11-75 mm; square billets, with a side ranging from 100 to 230 mm, as well as calibrated round bars, 10-80 mm in diameter, and hexagon bars, 8-63 mm;
  • зthe plant supplies rolled steel to Russian and foreign companies operating in the automotive and aircraft industries, electrical engineering, machine building, and other industries.

STRATEGIC GOAL

The main strategic goal of PJSC Nadezhdinsky Metallurgical Plant, which is the city's major employer with more than a century-long history, is to comply with customer requirements for hot-rolled steel bars, with or without surface finish; calibrated cold-drawn bars and special surface finish bars made of quality and high-quality non-alloyed and alloyed steel grades.

STRATEGY

We will ensure that this goal is achieved by identifying and satisfying customer requests and expectations; solving top-priority quality improvement tasks; upgrading our production facilities, and delivering competitive products to ensure a stable financial standing of the company and staff.

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Rolled steel from Nadezhdinsky Metallurgical
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Blast furnace shop
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Melting shop
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Entrance checkpoint of Nadezhdinsky Metallurgical Plant in Serov

INTEGRATED IRON AND STEEL PRODUCTION

The production follows a closed-loop process flow: from raw material production to manufacturing of finished products.

High-quality raw materials
Production of a wide range of steel
Rolled steel
Delivery to the consumer

History

1894 The plant was founded.

The plant belonged to the Bogoslovsky Mining District. At the time of foundation, the plant was named Nadezhdinsky in honour of the district’s owner, Mrs. Nadezhda Polovtsova. She was wife to Mr. A.A. Polovtsov, a privy councillor in deed and a member of the State Council.

1894

The plant designing and construction was supervised by Mr. Alexander Auerbach, a famous mining engineer and the chief executive of the Bogoslovsky Mining District. The plant included a blast furnace shop, an open-hearth shop, a rolling shop, and a servicing shop.

1896

On January 19, 1896, first steel was produced. March 03, 1896 is considered as the plant’s foundation date. In the pre-revolutionary Russia, Nadezhdinsky Plant was considered to be the largest one in terms of production scale and technological infrastructure in the Ural-based metallurgy. Between 1913 and 1930, the plant manufactured over 20% of all ferrous metals in the Ural region. Nadezhdinsky Metallurgical Plant was assigned an important role to provide the national economy with high-quality steels.

1896-1931

The main products were railway rails, roofing iron sheets, profiled iron and shell billets as well as refractories. In 1931, the plant started rolling varisized round and square billets. That was the time of a radical turn in the plant’s development when it changed its production specialization. The production of railway rails and roofing iron sheets was discontinued and the plant started manufacturing quality steel bars for machine engineering.

1939

In 1939, the city of Nadezhdinsk was renamed as Serov and the plant was given the name of the Hero of the Soviet Union, Anatoly K. Serov. He used to be a steel founder and then became a legendary pilot in the 1930s and died in battle. For over 70 years, the plant was known as “Metallurgical Plant named after A.K. Serov”.

1941-1945

The plant mastered the smelting and rolling of over a hundred of various steel grades alloyed with chromium, molybdenum, nickel, vanadium, and titanium and became the most significant steel supplier for the needs of the country’s defense. In 1946, the plant was awarded with the Order of the Red Banner of Labour both for successful implementation of the governmental task to produce steel for the national economy needs and on the occasion of the plant’s 50th anniversary. That year the sintering shop was also placed into operation.

1975

In 1975, the plant commissioned new machinery in the calibration shop to manufacture oil pump rods and submersible pump rods.

1995

In 1995, the Expert Economic Council resolved to issue a certificate of the Russian Federation that confirmed the plant’s status of ‘the Leader of the Russian Economy’ based on the U.N. Industrial Development Board methodology.

2000

JSC Metallurgical Plant named after A.K. Serov merged with UMMC Holding. The revamping program was approved. It envisaged the transition from the open-hearth production to the electric arc furnace technology.

2007

On October 23, 2007, the last open-hearth melting took place. The metallurgical plant fully transitioned to the electric arc furnace melting technology. Steelmaking pollutant emissions into the environment decreased by 6 times.

2012

The plant started upgrading the sintering shop. That was one of the major projects under the environmental programme that provided for installation of a gas scrubbing system to significantly reduce dust emissions and ensure fume desulfurization.

2016

The subsidiary returned to its original name, Nadezhdinsky Metallurgical Plant.

2017

In 2017, the preparation was done to sign a contract for performance of a feasibility study required to upgrade the casting area and production of commercial rolled steel and incoming materials for the long product rolling shop. The plant’s social facilities improvement programme was launched.

2018

In 2018, the plant is building a 24.9 MW mini-CHPP (combined heating & power plant) that will supply power to all major plant shops, except for the EAF-80 melting installations and the ladle refining installation.

Today the plant manufactures over 350 steel grades; round bars from 10 to 300 mm; square and axle billets. The plant is now mastering the production of 9m long rolled products using rolling mills in the heavy mill shop and long product rolling shop. Our objective is to continuously enhance competitiveness of the products we produce and ensure effective long-term development of our company in the present-day rolled steel market.

Andrey Udovenko
Director
Company Management
Born on July 15, 1974. Education: Ural State Technical University - Ural Polytechnic Institute, Metal Forming (2000). Chief Engineer, PJSC Nadezhdinsky Metallurgical Plant, since 2017.

Dmitry Shtin - Chief Engineer

Born on August 17, 1967. Education: Ural Electromechanical Institute of Railway Transport named after Ya. M. Sverdlov (1991); Ural State University of Railway Transport (1998). Deputy Director for Commerce, PJSC NMP, since 2015.

Nikita Mishin - Deputy Director for Commerce

Born on March 10, 1987. Education: South Ural State University (Industrial and Civil Construction (2009); Economics and Company Management (2010); Mine and Underground Construction). Deputy Director for Construction and Revamping, PJSC NMP, since 2017.

Oleg Zaprudin - Deputy Director for Construction and Revamping

Born on July 09, 1974. Education: Ural State Technical University - Ural Polytechnic Institute, Ferrous Metallurgy Organization and Planning (1996). Deputy General Director for Economics and Finance, PJSC Nadezhdinsky Metallurgical Plant, since 2008.

Olga Isakova - Deputy Director for Economics and Finance

Born on July 01, 1978. Ural Law Institute at the Russian Ministry of Internal Affairs (1999), Legal Studies. Deputy Director for Security, PJSC Nadezhdinsky Metallurgical Plant, since 2014.

Igor Sovchik - Deputy Director for Security

Born on January 23, 1966 Education: Economics, Accounting and Auditing (1997); Academy of Labour and Social Relations (Moscow), Accounting, Auditing and Analysis (2004). Chief Accountant, PJSC Nadezhdinsky Metallurgical Plant, since 2017.

Olga Shabarshina - Chief Accountant

Education: Ural State Pedagogical University, Welfare Work (2004); Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration (2016). Deputy Director for General Matters, PJSC Nadezhdinsky Metallurgical Plant, since 2010.

Olga Chernetsova - Deputy Director for General Matters

Born on December 12, 1958. Education: Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration (2000); Ural State Law University (2003), PhD. Since 2014 till present - Deputy Director for Legal Matters, PJSC Nadezhdinsky Metallurgical Plant.

Olga Grebeneva - Deputy Director for Legal Affairs

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Heroes of our plant

Ruslan Kaygorodov, Process Automation Engineer, Instrumentation and Automation Shop

Ruslan Kaygorodov, Process Automation Engineer, Instrumentation and Automation Shop

10 years in the Company

Hobbies: basketball; workout, music; reading; social activities.

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