Uralchem-Uralkali announces that a shipment of 20,000 tonnes of NPK (nitrogen / phosphorus / potassium) fertiliser for Malawi has been fully offloaded in the Port of Beira (Mozambique) and is ready for final transit by land.

For the first time in its history, Uralchem was included by the Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs (RSPP) in the list of Russian leaders of sustainable development, corporate responsibility and reporting.

During the 2nd Congress of Young Researchers held on 1-3 December in Sochi, Uralchem (the Company) and the Vavilov Russian Institute of Plant Genetic Resources (VIR) signed a cooperation agreement for educational and R&D activities.


Uralchem (the Company) became a partner of the 2nd Congress of Young Researchers held in Sochi on 1-3 December. The Congress is this year’s key event of the Decade of Science and Technology presidential programme.


Uralchem (the Company), in collaboration with the Institute of Global Climate and Ecology and the Green Civilisation environmental resource centre, launched a pilot project to plant protective forest belts.


Uralchem Innovation, a subsidiary of Uralchem, launched a pilot plant making pea isolate, which is a refined natural vegetable protein extracted from yellow peas. The isolate has various applications in the food industry.


Uralchem signed a memorandum to join the Artificial Intelligence Alliance. The official ceremony, held in Moscow as part of the AI Journey 2022 international conference, was attended by a Deputy Prime Minister of Russia Dmitry Chernyshenko and the CEO of Uralchem Dmitry Konyaev.


Uralchem-Uralkali is pleased to announce that a humanitarian shipment of 20,000 MT of NPK (Nitrogen Phosphorus Potassium) is cleared to be loaded onto a World Food Programme (WFP)-chartered ship for transport to Malawi via Mozambique as early as the week commencing November 21, 2022.


Uralchem and Uralkali became members of the Green Brand League, a Russian organisation of sustainable producers.


Uralchem shipped over 23,000 tonnes of the NPK 27:6:6 product to Lomé, the capital of the Togolese Republic, from where the fertilisers will be transported to Burkina Faso. The shipment was made completely free of charge and is part of Uralchem’s humanitarian project to supply fertilisers to African countries.