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Sukreml Ironworks (earlier Krontif-Center)

Sukreml Ironworks (earlier Krontif-Center) is one of the leading domestic enterprises producing iron castings.

The enterprise manufactures iron casting products: grinding balls for mining and processing plants, sewer manholes and various types of storm water inlets, a wide range of sanitary products.

The annual production volume of cast products is more than 60 thousand tons.

The plant’s products are distributed throughout the Russian Federation.


Regular deliveries of products are carried out to all major cities of the European and Asian part of the country: Moscow, Saint-Petersburg, Nizhny Novgorod, Tula, Rostov-on-Don, Krasnodar, Stavropol, Vladikavkaz, Yekaterinburg, Tyumen, Novosibirsk, Krasnoyarsk, Khabarovsk, Vladivostok. In addition, deliveries to CIS countries and Western Europe have been organized: Belarus, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, England, Germany, Finland and Serbia. Cooperation with West European partners is currently reaching a new qualitative level: production volume of export products has reached 3,000 tons per year, their range is continuously expanded with a predominance of more complex and fine casting. At present, manufacture of high-strength cast iron products has been successfully implemented. The enterprise uses equipment of Omega company (United Kingdom) and a Spectromax unit for express analysis of the chemical composition of metals.

The team of Sukreml Ironworks employs more than 1,000 people. Company carries out active social policy for its employees, organizes internal sport competitions, cultural events with participation of talented employees, takes an active part in all city festivities and sports days. The sports club «Moguchiy» (“Mighty”) carries out its activities under the auspices of the plant.

The presence of ambitious goals as well as positions that have already been gained in the iron casting market enable the enterprise to be confident about the future and carry out persistent work aimed at further development of production.


Vitaly Avdyushkin

Sukreml Ironworks Managing Director
Born in 1976.
Graduated from the Kuzbass State Technical University with a degree in Chemical Technology of Natural Energy Resources and Carbon Materials.
Works in IMH more than 20 years.
In 1998, he started working at Koks as an engineer at the central plant laboratory. Then he moved to the coke workshop, where he worked his way from the coke oven gasman to the workshop chief. Later he was appointed the coal coke production plant manager.
In 2018, he worked as deputy chief engineer for production at Tulachermet.
In November 2018, he was appointed Managing Director of Sukreml Ironworks.
Sukreml Ironworks started serial deliveries of ductile iron manholes 04.03.2019 Sukreml Ironworks started serial deliveries of ductile iron manholes

Sukreml Ironworks (part of Industrial Metallurgical Holding), Russia's largest manufacturer of SML non-socket pipes, started serial deliveries of ductile iron manholes.

Sukreml Ironworks (earlier Krontif-Center)
02.04.2015 ZAO Krontif-Center enters new markets

ZAO Krontif-Center signed a contract with HWS (Germany) to supply an automatic molding machine FDNX1 in March 2015.

Sukreml Ironworks (earlier Krontif-Center)
15.11.2011 Training

Lyudinovo, Kaluga Oblast. A group of specialists from ZAO Crontif-Center paid a working visit to the Russian representative office of John Deere, an American company, in Domodedovo, a suburb of Moscow.

Sukreml Ironworks (earlier Krontif-Center)
08.04.2011 Certificate of quality

Lyudinovo, Kaluga Oblast. ZAO Krontif-Center has received a certificate of the international quality management system ISO 9001:2008 in the area of planning, production and sale of iron and steel castings.

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