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Enterprises from the PLAURUM Group are beginning to develop markets of the continent of South America

2 February 2017
Enterprises from the PLAURUM Group are beginning to develop markets of the continent of South America, the most promising of which is the Brazilian market. The first business visit to Brazil in the history of the Group took place on December 12 - 16, 2016.

EZOCM JSC serves as basis for the creation of the PLAURUM international group of companies

30 December 2016
For “Ekaterinburg Non-Ferrous Metals Processing Plant” JSC year-end 2016 was marked by the implementation of one of the most ambitious projects in all of the plant’s century-long history. The enterprise was used as the basis for a new international group of companies, consolidating the leading precious-metals producers from all over the globe under the PLAURUM brand.

EZOCM JSC has completed production of a concentration complex for waste with low precious metal content

9 August 2016
On 21 July, the Ekaterinburg Non-Ferrous Metals Processing Plant JSC (part of the RENOVA Group of companies) launched a high-tech plasma smelting shop to reprocess and concentrate manmade raw materials with an extremely low precious metal content. The Chairman of the Sverdlovsk Region Government, Denis Pasler, representatives from top-management of the enterprise and its affiliate EZOCM-ENGINEERING LLC, the head of MD of the Supreme Pyshma, Aleksandr Romanov, heads of Russian and foreign companies, strategic clients and partners of EZOCM JSC and others participated in the grand opening ceremony for the opening and start-up of the new equipment.

In 2015 EZOCM JSC entered the Chinese and Canadian markets

1 February 2016
Ekaterinburg Non-Ferrous Metal Processing Plant JSC sums up the results of the activities performed in 2015. The company has increased the added value (income from its main activities excluding the cost of metals) by 42.7% last year, thus reached 134% of the target plan (150% of the target plan in terms of Russian sales).

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