News

23.03.2011
We can confirm that no sale of the company or some part of the company’s assets is under negotiation
26.01.2011
URALCHEM, OJSC announces production results for 2010. Production volume at all enterprises of URALCHEM Group increased by 10% in 2010 compared to the year 2009 and amounted to the total of 4.861 million tonnes of production.
25.01.2011
From 25 January, 2011 Dmitry Konyaev, the Commercial Director will hold the position of Chief Executive Officer of URALCHEM, OJSC. He will be in charge of day-to-day operations management of the company.
17.12.2010
URALCHEM, OJSC announces that another stage of reorganization of joint-stock companies in URALCHEM Group was completed. This process was carried out as part of the project to transfer to a single stock.
14.12.2010
URALCHEM, OJSC was given a certificate of participant of International Responsible Care Programme at the annual meeting of the International Council of Chemical Associations (ICCA) covering realization of the programme.
08.12.2010
Top-managers and specialists from URALCHEM, OJSC took part in the 36th meeting of the Council of International Fertilizer Industry Association (IFA) that took place from 2 until 4 December in Deli.
19.11.2010
URALCHEM, OJSC is one of the first companies in Russia to register the Group’s products in European Chemicals Agency. Altogether the company registered 27 chemical substances. This procedure is provided for by the Regulation (EU) No 1907/2006 concerning the Registration, Evaluation, Authorization and Restriction of Chemicals (REACH). URALCHEM Assist GmbH, a German subsidiary, is the only agent of URALCHEM OJSC in the European Union.
19.10.2010
Dmitry Osipov, Chief Executive Officer of URALCHEM OJSC (as a part of URALCHEM Group), commented on the Company’s first half of 2010 results
04.10.2010
URALCHEM has recently become aware of a person or a group of people referred to as Eurochemagro, OJSC having illegally taken possession of the contents of URALCHEM’s web site.
07.09.2010
New system will fully prevent hydrochloric and sulphuric acid, calcium, sodium, sulfite and chloride salts from going to the storm sewer system.