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10.06.2019

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Eurochem Opens One Billion Dollar Ammonia Plant in Kingisepp

Eurochem has opened a new ammonia production plant in Kingisepp, Russia. The plant has the largest single-train production capacity in Europe, at 1 million tonnes per year.

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04.06.2019

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Eurochem Commences Production at New Fertilizer Plant

Eurochem announced the opening of a third new fertilizer blending plant in Brazil. With the new 27,000 m2 facility at Araguari in Minas Gerais, the company is continuing the expansion of its subsidiary Fertilizantes Tocantins (FTO) in the country.

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27.12.2018

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Eurochem Commences Production of Food-Grade Carbon Dioxide

Located in southern Russia, the Group’s 7.5 million dollar facility is expected to produce a capacity of 32,000 tonnes per year. The superior quality carbon dioxide will also be supplied to Coca-Cola systems.

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19.11.2018

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Euro Chem and Aphea.Bio Sign R&D Contract

Under the agreement, both the companies will collaborate to develop future fertiliser technologies. The research is expected to use data from scientific field trials at 10 different locations across Europe.

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15.10.2018

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Eurochem Inaugurates $ 16 Million Fertilizer Plant

Eurochem Group announced the opening of a new production plant for efficient, water-soluble fertilizers at its Lifosa subsidiary in Lithuania. The $ 16 million facility will produce 25,000 metric tonnes (KMT) of crystalline urea phosphate per year, adding to the range of fertiliz...

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09.10.2018

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Euro Chem Expands Distribution Network by Taking on Assets from Trammo

Euro Chem will be making use of Trammo’s dry and liquid fertilizer transport and storage assets to expand its fertilizer storage capacity in the United States. Euro Chem possesses a current storage capacity of about 500,000 metric tonnes in the US.

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25.09.2018

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Strashnov Resigns from Eurochem Board

Fertilizer producer Eurochem Group announced that Chief Executive Officer Dmitry Strashnov has resigned from the group for personal reasons with immediate effect. Kuzma Marchuk, CFO of the Group, has been named Acting CEO.

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21.07.2018

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Eurochem Opens Another Fertilizer Plant in Brazil

Eurochem announced that it plans to open a second new fertilizer blending plant in Brazil this year.

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13.07.2018

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Eurochem Heilongjiang Beidahuang Farms Sign MoU for Supply of Potash and NPK Fertilizers

Eurochem singed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Heilongjiang Beidahuang Farms, part of Beidahuang Group, China’s largest agricultural company for the supply of potash and NPK fertilizers.

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13.06.2018

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Eurochem Announces Take-Or-Pay Agreement for SOP Output

Eurochem announced a take-or-pay agreement for the purchase of up to 100 % of the expected future Sulphate of Potash (SOP) output from the Colluli Potash Project in Eritrea, East Africa.

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28.05.2018

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Eurochem Opens New Fertilizer Blending Plant

Eurochem announced the opening of a new blending plant in Brazil as part of the continued expansion of Fertilizantes Tocantins (FTO).

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18.05.2018

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Euro Chem Withdraws from Ukrainian Fertilizer Business

Fertilizer company Euro Chem announced the sale of its Ukraine subsidiary. In a statement, the group mentions recent actions in Ukraine to restrict foreign suppliers of fertilizers, and expectations of a further deterioration of the business climate as the reasons for their decis...

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24.11.2017

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Fertilizer Company Eurochem Sells its Oil and Gas Subsidiary Severneft-Urengoy to Novatek

Novatek, one of the largest independent natural gas producers in Russia, takes over oil & gas company Severneft-Urengoy from fertilizers conglomerate Eurochem for an undisclosed sum.

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07.06.2017

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Eurochem and Chemchina Consider Joint Production in Russia

Fertilizer company Eurochem and Chemchina signed a Memorandum of Intent for a potential partnership to jointly produce industrial products in Russia.

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