Uralchem Group announces that a shipment of 23,000 tonnes of fertilisers donated to Zimbabwe has been fully offloaded at Beira port in Mozambique. 
Uralchem Group announces that 34,000 tonnes of potash it has donated to Nigeria has arrived at the country’s port of Onne where it is currently being offloaded.
The according plans were highlighted in Moscow at a meeting of the Russia-Nigeria Business Council, held on January 26th at the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Russian Federation. 
Uralchem Group and Xinjiang Golden Pomegranate Agricultural Import and Export Co. LTD, a Chinese importer of mineral fertilisers, signed a memorandum of understanding. 

In 2023, the Company completed over 70 field tests of new products, and its product range now boasts 15 new products, with five more grades under development.

Uralchem Group announces that a humanitarian shipment of over 34,000 tonnes of potash has been fully loaded onto a vessel in the port of Ventspils, Latvia, and is now en route to Nigeria.

Uralchem achieved a Group A (which is the highest group) ranking in the Sustainable Development Vector index and Group B+ ranking in the Responsibility and Transparency index.

Uralchem Group announces that a humanitarian shipment of over 23,000 tonnes of fertilisers for Zimbabwe has been fully loaded onto a vessel in the ports of Riga, Latvia, and Ghent, Belgium, and has started its journey to the port of Beira in Mozambique. 
Uralchem, one of the key suppliers of Russian mineral fertilisers to Africa, held a session titled ‘Fertiliser Market Stability as a Guarantee of Hunger Elimination in African Countries’ as part of the second Russia-Africa Economic and Humanitarian Forum.
Uralchem and Uralkali took part in the first demonstration day of the Industrial Centre of Competence for the Chemical Industry in Cherepovets (Vologda Region, Russia).