PMU Branch of Uralchem, JSC in Perm
PMU Branch of Uralchem JSC in Perm is one of the largest producers of nitrogen fertilisers in the Urals and Western Siberia.
The plant was built in 1981 and was originally an organisational subdivision of the State Enterprise "Production Union "Permnefteorgsintez". The Toyo Engineering Corporation (TEC) of Japan supplied the core technological equipment. On 1 January, 1992 the enterprise became an independent state company "Mineral Fertilizer Plant", on 19 November, 1992 it was transformed into a Joint Stock Company called "Perm Mineral Fertilizers". On August 1, 2017 Perm Mineral Fertilizers, JSC was reorganized through a merger with URALCHEM, JSC. Assets, rights and undertakings of Perm Mineral Fertilizers, JSC were transferred to PMU Branch of URALCHEM, JSC in Perm.
The enterprise produces:
- anhydrous liquefied ammonia (grades A, Ak),
- aqueous ammonia for technical use (grades A, B),
- urea (grades A, B),
- low-temperature liquid carbon dioxide, high-pressure liquid carbon dioxide.
The production is based on modern technologies obtained from such firms as Kellogg (USA) - manufacture of ammonia, and Mitsui Toatsu (Japan) - manufacture of high quality urea products that meet international standards. Quality management and environmental monitoring systems comply with international standards ISO 9001 and ISO 14001.
Address: 96 Promyshlennaya St, Perm, 614055, Russia.
Tel: + 7 (342) 220-73-11
Fax: + 7 (342) 220-73-99