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Apr 13, 2021

Armenian Molybdenum Production. “Cronimet Group. Cronimet Group is the main strategic partner of AТP production having more than 20 year expirience in trading and processing secondary raw materials for stainless steel industry and acting world wide

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    Armenian Molybdenum Production LLC Request demo. Company report; Share this page on LinkedIn Twitter. Based in Yerevan, Armenia. Established in 2003. Armenian Molybdenum Production LLC specializes in the production of ferro-molybdenum. Address. 3/6 Arin-Berd Street Town, State, Country. Yerevan, Armenia

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  • Zangezur Copper Molybdenum Combine
    Zangezur Copper Molybdenum Combine

    The first geological investigations in Kajaran area started back in 1850s and continued to 1931 when large scale drilling program in this area began. The mine first started production in 1951, and has continued production to the present day. The Company was established as a state owned enterprise in 1951. Within the period of its operations the ZCMC has recommended itself as a trustable partner

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  • The Secret Owners of Armenia's Largest Enterprise - CIVILNET
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    Nov 06, 2019 In 2017, the owners of Armenian Molybdenum Production changed. The shares of Vahe Hakobyan and the other shareholder Karen Karapetyan were completely transferred to Star Dust, owned by Avetik Hovikyan and Julietta Darchinyan. They are unknown figures to the Armenian public

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  • Development of the Copper and Molybdenum
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  • What Are The Major Natural Resources Of Armenia?
    What Are The Major Natural Resources Of Armenia?

    Sep 23, 2019 These two minerals are the most important natural resources of Armenia. In fact, Armenia is a major producer of molybdenum, ranking seventh in the world in molybdenum production in 2010. The two top producers of copper and molybdenum concentrates in Armenia are the Zangezur Copper-Molybdenum Combine and the Agarak Copper-Molybdenum Combine

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  • Armenian government nationalizes 25% of Zangezur cooper
    Armenian government nationalizes 25% of Zangezur cooper

    Oct 01, 2021 According to experts, there is enough copper ore for the combine to develop the deposit for another 150 years. The shareholders of the plant are German Cronimet Mining (60%), Yerevan Pure Iron Plant OJSC (15%), Armenian Molybdenum Production LLC and Zangezur Mining LLC (12.5% each). -0-. 11:07

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  • Armenia: Mining, Minerals and Fuel Resources
    Armenia: Mining, Minerals and Fuel Resources

    Nov 14, 2012 Armenia joined the WTO in January 2003. The natural resources of Armenia are very limited with small deposits of gold, copper, bauxite, molybdenum, and zinc. The mining sector is small in scale. Overview of Resources. In 2010, Armenia ranked seventh in

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  • Copper and molybdenum production levels increase in Armenia
    Copper and molybdenum production levels increase in Armenia

    Oct 14, 2017 Copper and molybdenum production levels increase in Armenia. According to data provided by the National Statistics Service of Armenia, 280.1 thousand tons of copper concentrate have been produced

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  • Аgarak Copper-Molybdenum Combine to increase production
    Аgarak Copper-Molybdenum Combine to increase production

    Jul 19, 2010 11:19, 19.07.2010. Region: Armenia. Theme: Economics. For the 6 months of 2010, Agarak Copper-Molybdenum Combine” CJSC (ACMC) compared with the volumes of production for the second half of 2009 increased the production of copper concentrate at 12.29% and molybdenum concentrate at 2.4%. Production volumes were 15,159 tonnes of copper and 254

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  • How transparent is mining in Armenia?
    How transparent is mining in Armenia?

    Feb 15, 2019 It is the story of the privatisation of the largest company, the Zangezur copper-molybdenum factory in 2004, that is the most noteworthy. From this company, 60% of shares were obtained by German company Chronimed, 15% by Armenian company Makur Yerkat, while Armenian Molybdenum Production and Zangezur Mining took 12.5% each

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  • Official News - The Government of the Republic of Armenia
    Official News - The Government of the Republic of Armenia

    Prime Minister Tigran Sargsyan visited Armenian Molybdenum Production Ltd in Yerevan, which is engaged in the processing of Zangezur Copper and Molybdenum-produced molybdenum concentrates. The Prime Minister toured the factory, getting acquainted with the production processes, investments and upcoming projects

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  • MOLYBDENUM, FERROMOLYBDENUM, AND
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    MOLYBDENUM PRODUCTION Gas (Source: Development Document for Effluent Limitations Guidelines, 1989, p. 3370.) SO2 Scrubber or Acid Plant Rhenium Recovery Scrubber Roasting Leaching Wastewater Gas Wastewater Technical Grade Molybdic Oxide Sublimation Leaching Acid Water Pure Molybdic Oxide Reduction Furnace

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    Yerevan Thermal Power Plant CJSC 100.0 Yerevan Gajegorts CJSC 100.0 Yerevan Gaj CJSC 100.0 Yerevan Armenian Molybdenum Production LTD 100.0 Yerevan Plant of Pure Iron OJSC 100.0 Yerevan Nairit Plant CJSC 100.0 Yerevan Lori marz (region)

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  • Production of Ferro Molybdenum. Opportunities in
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    The demand for ferro-molybdenum is driven by stainless steel (316 stainless is the main molybdenum grade), as well as alloy steel production, and tube and pipe is a big market for ferro-molybdenum too. Molybdenum demand is heavily dependent on the worldwide steel industry, which comprises approximately 80% of molybdenum demand

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  • Who owns Armenia's mines? / Armenia / Areas /
    Who owns Armenia's mines? / Armenia / Areas /

    The most noteworthy story of privatisation was the one of the largest company, the Zangezur copper-molybdenum factory. In 2004, 60% of the shares of the company were obtained by the German company Chronimed, 15% by the Armenian company Makur Yerkat, while Armenian Molybdenum Production and Zangezur Mining took 12.5% each. The face value of the

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