Uralchem to up phosphate rock processing

By Yoke Wong
Published: Monday, 11 July 2016

One of the world's largest ammonia and nitrogen fertilisers producer, Uralchem will increase its phosphoric acid production by the end of 2016. Despite the weak global fertiliser demand, the ramp-up is part of the group’s long-term strategy to reinforce existing market share.

Russian crop nutrients producer JSC Uralchem is expected to increase its acid output and phosphate rock processing by the end of 2016, following the completed upgrade of its production facilities.

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