As of the first half of 2015, URALCHEM Group enterprises produced 3 million tons of products, which is 3% more than in the comparable period a year earlier.
Moscow, July 20, 2015. In 2014, URALCHEM, OJSC invested 284 million rubles on ecological and environmental protection measures.
URALCHEM’s CEO Dmitry Konyaev interviewed by Kommersant and talks about debts, mines and Chinese companions.  
The output of products of all URALCHEM Group enterprises in the first quarter of 2015 amounted to 1.5 million tons of products. The output increased by 3.5% y-o-y.
Riga Fertilizer Terminal, which is the private terminal of URALCHEM in Riga, has shipped two million tons of production since the start-up in the middle of February 2014.
URALCHEM OJSC, a leading manufacturer of nitrogen fertilizers, and Stamicarbon BV, a world leader in the area of development and licensing of urea production technologies, part of Maire Tecnimont Group, have reached an agreement to start the project of urea production modernization at Mineral Fertilizers JSC in Perm. 
By the end of 2014, URALCHEM set the historical record for the production of ammonium nitrate and its derivatives, having reaching a total volume of gross output of 2 million 940 thousand tons. Compared with 2013, there was an increase of 5%, which has strengthened the leadership of URALCHEM in the manufacture of these products in Russia.
In 2014, Riga Fertiliser Terminal (RFT), URALCHEM’s own terminal for fertilizer handling in Riga received 1.75 million tons and shipped 1.71 million tons of products. A total of 87 vessels of various deadweight tonnage were loaded at the terminal in the last year.
In an interview for Vedomosti, URALCHEM CEO Dmitry Konyaev discusses current fertiliser market outlook, dealing with European customers amid sanction imposed restrictions, story behind Uralkali stake acquisition, future of Voskresensk Mineral Fertilisers and URALCHEM’s upcoming projects.
Revenue in the reporting period amounted to 52.66 bln RUB, compared to 56.26 bln RUB in January-September 2013. Operating profit increased to 15.45 bln RUB, compared to 14.62 bln RUB for the nine months of 2013. Adjusted EBITDA increased to 18.27 bln RUB, compared to 17.31 bln RUB in the same period of 2013. Net loss comprised 19.17 bln RUB, compared to profit of 10.08 bln RUB in the same period of 2013.