ACRON HAS BUILT UP THE YIELD OF COMPLEX FERTILIZERS BY 46% WITHIN 9 MONTHS OF 2017.
The gain of mineral fertilizer yield produced by Acron within the 9 mths of 2017 accounts for 18,8%. The compound fertilizer yield is boosted by 45,7%.
A total of 4,55 m t of mineral fertilizers was produced as a result of three Q 2017. “The record breaking results are due to the stable performance of new ammonia facility launched in 2016 in Velikiy Novgorod and modernisation of units and facilities at both sites”, – as reported by Chair of the Board of Acron Group Alexander Popov.
The yield of mineral fertilizers totalled 2,89 m t, demonstrating a 6,7% growth. The growth of ammonia nitrate yield accounted for 14,6% up to 1,48 m t, urea – 19% up to 692 k t.
Compound fertilizer group showed a 45% growth – with 2,09 m t yielded. Mixed fertilizer production grew 14-fold up to 449 k t.
Acron intends to produce new NPK and compound fertilizer grades in order to meet market demands.
“Due to the investment programme for the production expansion before 2025 , Acron Group will further boost capacities intensely”, – according to Popov.
Acron is the fundamental production facility of the Group. Acron group also owns Dorogobuzh (Smolensk region) and a number of other assets.
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