URALCHEM celebrates the tenth anniversary of its founding. To date, URALCHEM is one of the largest companies in the mineral fertilizer market in Russia, CIS countries and Eastern Europe.
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.

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.

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.
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.
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.
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.
Today, during the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum (SPIEF-2017), URALCHEM and Rusagro signed a cooperation agreement.

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.

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.