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(ˌtʃɛr ə pəˈvɛts)

a city in the NW Russian Federation, N of Rybinsk Reservoir. 315,000.
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Noun1.Cherepovets - a city of east central Russia to the north of Moscow
Russian Federation, Russia - a federation in northeastern Europe and northern Asia; formerly Soviet Russia; since 1991 an independent state
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Release date- 12082019 - Danieli has been awarded a contract by PAO Severstal for the upgrade of plate mill 2800 at Cherepovets (Russia), in order to improve plate surface quality and increase production volume.
The sale of Mini-Mill Balakovo will enable Severstal to focus fully on steel production at its main asset, the Cherepovets Steel Mill (CherMK).
* Air Liquide and PAO Severstal, a steel and mining company and long-term partner of the Group, have announced the signature, in March, of a new long-term contract for the supply of oxygen, nitrogen and argon in Cherepovets (Russia).
Industrial gas company Air Liquide (Paris:AI) announced on Thursday the launch of a new long-term contract for the supply of oxygen, nitrogen and argon at PAO Severstal's site in Cherepovets (Russia).
This award is claimed to confirm the full compliance of the company's Cherepovets production site, the company's largest production asset, with IFA standards in the areas of rational use of natural resources, environmental protection and workplace safety.
Additional studies have been conducted elsewhere in the United States (Philadelphia, Seattle, Atlanta, Eastern Massachusetts, and New York City), Canada (Vancouver, Edmonton, and Quebec City), France (Le Havre and Nantes), and Russia (Cherepovets).
In 1966, a crane operator named Zhigarev from a metallurgical factory in Cherepovets fondly remembered the small park that metallurgists had established "on their own, in free time away from work." (83) Soviet citizens thus collectively organized a wide range of activities aimed at providing services that were officially the responsibility of the state but unreliable or inconveniently organized.
Last year, a court in the city of Cherepovets 250 miles north of Moscow scrapped the association known as The Jewish Community of Cherepovets from the national register of nonprofit organizations, citing its repeated failures to file the financial activity reports required by law of such groups, the Interfax news agency reported.
lived in her native town of Cherepovets endangered her health and
Karelia's Finnish-led district committee decided turn the situation to their advantage and recruit from the Finno-Ugric nations, such as the Karelians who were living in the Cherepovets area near Moscow.
OJSC PhosAgro Company took a position of Metachym and Pikalevo's sodium Company as well as initiated merger of OJSC Cherepovets' Nitrogen and OJSC Ammophos companies.