Uralchem (the Company), one of the world’s largest producers and exporters of nitrogen, potash and complex fertilisers, announces that today certain information appeared in several media outlets about the allegedly official position of the Company regarding sales in Kenya of a humanitarian shipment of fertilisers produced by the Company.

Uralchem became the general partner of INNOFOOD, an international forum and exhibition of FoodTech and AgriTech innovations held in Sochi on September 19-20.


Uralchem (the Company) published its 2021 ESG Report, which highlights the Company’s efforts and achievements in sustainability including environmental protection, employee health and well-being, as well as development of local communities.
Uralchem JSC, one of the world’s largest producers and exporters of nitrogen, potash and сomplex fertilisers (hereinafter, the Company), will make a gratuitous shipment of its products (urea or NPK fertilisers) to Africa. This step will be part of the Company’s contribution to global food security.

In 2021, Uralchem allocated RUB 929 million for financing of environmental projects.


All Uralchem’s products have received a “Mineral fertilisers with improved environmental characteristics” certificate of conformity issued by the accredited certification body Russian Quality System (Roskachestvo).


In 2021, Uralchem allocated RUB 642.7 million for charity and sponsorship programmes.


Limited Liability Company “Uralchem Fundamental chemical company” (hereinafter, the Company, Uralchem Fundamentals LLC) announces that Dmitry Mazepin, who previously held a 100% stake in the Company, has sold a controlling stake (52%) from his holding. 
VTB will advance the development of a new type of forest climate project initiated by Uralchem. 
Russian President Vladimir Putin held a meeting with Dmitry Mazepin, CEO, Uralchem, and Deputy Chairman of the Board of Directors, Uralkali.