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UK Mineco's Fregat lead refinery in Russia listed on LME

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Fregat, UK based mining development and financing company Mineco’s secondary lead refinery in Russia, has become the only London Metal Exchange (“LME”) registered producer of lead in Russia.

The LME brand Fregat PB985R can now be used in sales & marketing of the refined lead products transmited the company release. Fregat remains the largest producer of refined lead in Russia and with this latest international recognition is able now to market its products to international customers and warehouses across the globe.

Fregat LLC is the largest high-grade lead producer in Russian Federation. Its products meet the requirements of Russian and global market.

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Mineco’s Fregat is the youngest non-ferrous metallurgy plants in Russia which became the leader of this industrial sector within a few years of operation.

Mineco operates lead zinc mines in Serbia and Bosnia in which stands for one of the biggest mining investor in South East Europe.


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