Kemerovo coking coal plant, known as "Koks", is one of Russia's largest producers and exporters of merchant metallurgical coke with annual production capacity of 3 million tons.
The plant is one of the key assets and the actual founder of the Industrial Metallurgical Holding.
It is the top level enterprise, producing competitive products of export quality.
The company is located in the heart of Kuzbass - the city of Kemerovo.
Once Kemerovo coking plant marked the beginning of not just the city but also the region, put a great start to form a big city, and made first steps to develop the industry of the region.
Address: 650006, Kemerovo, 1-st Stakhanovskaya street, 6
Boris BulayevskiyKoks Managing Director
Boris Bulaevskiy was born in 1952 in the city of Samara.
In 1974, he graduated from the Kuzbass Polytechnic Institute with a degree in «olid fuel technology».
After graduation, he worked at Kemerovo coking coal plant, where he rose from gasman coke ovens to the chief engineer.
In November 2013 mr. Bulaevskiy was appointed Koks Managing Director.
Industrial Metallurgical Holding (IMH) announces that ACRA has upgraded corporate rating of PJSC Koks (IMH’s parent company) to ‘A’ with a stable outlook from ‘A-‘/ Stable.Koks
Industrial Metallurgical Holding announces that President of the Company Evgeniy Zubitsky bought out 16% of Koks shares from Bonum Capital. Thus, majority shareholder raised his stock to 82% both in direct and indirect ownership.Koks
Industrial and Metallurgical Holding (IMH), one of the world's leading suppliers of merchant pig iron and the largest producer of merchant coke in Russia, announces its operating results for the first 9 months of 2021.Koks
Industrial and Metallurgical Holding (IMH), one of the world's leading suppliers of merchant pig iron and the largest producer of merchant coke in Russia, announces that Moody’s Investors Service (“Moody’s”) has upgraded rating of PJSC Koks from ‘B2’ to ‘B1’ with a stable outlook.Koks