News

21.06.2017
URALCHEM and TikhvinKhimMash plant (TKM, part of the United Railcar Company railway holding, URC) have signed an agreement on the supply of new-generation tank cars for ammonia transportation.
13.06.2017

On 15 May 2017, a new structural unit directly subordinate to the CEO was added to JSC URALCHEM – the Government Relations Directorate.
On 1 June 2017, Anatoly Shablinsky was appointed General Director of Voskresensk Mineral Fertilizers, JSC.

02.06.2017
URALCHEM and Russian Railways have signed an agreement on long-term cooperation aimed at fully meeting the need to transport the growing volumes of mineral fertilizers and other chemicals.
02.06.2017
At the St. Petersburg Economic Forum, a large-scale environmental project run by URALCHEM – the biological treatment facilities (BTF) of Azot Branch in Berezniki (Perm region) – has been presented at the joint stand of URALCHEM - Uralkali.
02.06.2017
A presentation of a new water-soluble product developed as part of the import substitution programme – concentrated calcium nitrate, a flagship product of the SOLAR line – has been held at the St. Petersburg Economic Forum at the joint stand of URALCHEM - Uralkali.
01.06.2017
Today, at the XXI Saint Petersburg International Economic Forum (SPIEF-2017), a presentation of the action plan ("Roadmap") for the development of mineral fertilizer production in the Russian Federation until 2025 was held at the joint stand of URALCHEM-Uralkali.
01.06.2017
Today, during the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum (SPIEF-2017), URALCHEM and Rusagro signed a cooperation agreement.
10.05.2017

In 2016, URALCHEM continued funding of environmental protection initiatives. Over the last year, the Company allocated a total of 295 million rubles for these purposes.

27.04.2017
In the first 3 month of 2017, the output of commercial products by URALCHEM’s plants amounted to 1.6 million tonnes, which is a 2% increase year-on-year.
11.04.2017

In 2016, URALCHEM Group increased financing of charitable programmes to 710 million rubles. Compared to 2015, this figure grew by 34%.