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Uralkali is a vertically integrated potash producer with control over the entire production chain, from potash ore mining, through to the supply of potassium chloride to customers. This enables us to manage efficiently all stages of the production process, contributes to the Company’s growth and decreases customers’ risks.

  • Uralkali is world’s No.1 potash producer by output
  • The combined company Uralkali was founded in 2011 through combination of OJSC Uralkali and OJSC Silvinit
  • Uralkali employs ca. 11.800 people in the main production unit
  • Uralkali’s shares and GDRs are traded on the MICEX-RTS and LSE

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  • By the beginning of 2013 Uralkali’s production capacity reached 13 mln tonnes
  • Uralkalis production is located in the towns of Berezniki and Solikamsk, Perm Region, at the Verkhnekamskoye potassium and magnesium salt field, the worlds second largest deposit in terms of ore reserves
  • The Companys assets consist of 5 mines and 7 ore-treatment mills (6 potash mills and 1 carnallite plant) and a sodium chloride plant
  • In 2012 Uralkali produced 9.12 million tonnes of potassium chloride.


  • The Company’s total ore reserves total approximately 8.64 billion tonnes*
  • Uralkali holds the development licences for the Ust-Yayvinsky and Polovodovsky blocks at the Verkhnekamskoye field, which contain ore reserves of 1.291 and 3.074 billion tonnes respectively.

*According to JORC Code


  • Uralkali is a leading global producer of potash fertiliser with a market share of about 20%
  • Key markets are Brazil, India, China, Southeast Asia, Russia, US, EU
  • Uralkali sells products in export markets through Uralkali Trading
  • The Company has a representative office in Moscow
  • The Company owns Baltic Bulk Terminal (St. Petersburg) and its own fleet of specialised railcars


  • Uralkali's revenue amounted to 3 950 million USD in 2012
  • Uralkali's adjusted EBITDA amounted to 2 375 million USD in 2012
  • Uralkali’s adjusted EBITDA margin amounted to 71% in 2012

Annual report 2011

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Uralkali Integrated Report 2012

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GRI Tables 2012

Uralkali Sustainability Report 2011

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