URALCHEM HOLDING P.L.C. (hereinafter URALCHEM Holding or the Company), a Cypriot holding company of the URALCHEM Group (hereinafter the Group), one of the largest producers of nitrogen and phosphate fertilizers in Russia, announced its unaudited IFRS financial results for the first quarter of 2013.
One of the lecture halls at the Chemistry Department of Moscow State University has been completely renovated and re-equipped using funding provided by URALCHEM.
In 2012, the URALCHEM group increased funding for social and charitable projects to 232.3 million roubles, compared to more than 90 million roubles in 2011.
URALCHEM increased funding for environmental programs in 2012 and improved its environmental performance
In 2012, the URALCHEM group increased funding for environmental programs to 465.6 million roubles.
URALCHEM HOLDING P.L.C. (hereinafter URALCHEM Holding or the Company), a Cypriot holding company of the URALCHEM Group (hereinafter the Group), one of the largest producers of nitrogen and phosphate fertilizers in Russia, published its audited IFRS Financial Statements for the year 2012.
For the first time, URALCHEM became an exhibitor at one of the largest agricultural shows in Mexico, Expo Agro Sinaloa 2013. The event is held annually in the state of Sinaloa on the Mexican west coast, one of the most developed agricultural regions of Mexico, and traditionally involves companies from over 30 countries.
Voskresensk Mineral Fertilisers, OSJC (an affiliated part of URALCHEM holding) manufactured 881.790 thousand tons of commercial products in 2012, an increase of almost 8.5% compared to 2011. The output of fertilizers grew by more than 4% reaching 674.939 thousand tons.
Azot Branch of URALCHEM, OJSC in Berezniki, Perm Region reported production results for 2012. The total output from the Azot Branch was 2.05 million tons of commercial products, a 2.2% increase compared with output in 2011. The majority of the enterprise’s production is made up of ammonium nitrate; the production volume of which amounted to 1.05 million tons in 2012.
MFP Kirovo-Chepetsk Chemical Works, OJSC (an affiliated part of URALCHEM holding) has reported its production and financial results for the year 2012.
In 2012, URALCHEM became the largest Russian producer of ammonia. The supporting data was published in the annual report of the Russian Scientific Research and Design Institute of Nitrogen and Organic Synthesis Industry (GIAP).