Uralkali starts summer recreation campaign for children of its employees


1088 children of Uralkali Group’s employees aged from 7 to 12 will spend their summer vacations at the country recreation centre “Ural Gems”. They will be offered comfortable housing accommodations, indoor swimming pool, sports grounds, and five meals a day. The stay will be divided into four sessions 21 days each.

For children from 9 to 14, the Company will traditionally arrange for leisure and treatment at the Holiday centre Vita on the Black Sea (Anapa). Vita is considered one of the best children’s health centres in Russia. In total, 720 children of Uralkali Group’s employees will stay at the centre. Each of the four sessions will last 21 days.

Parents will pay not more than 10% of the tour price for both Ural Gems and Vita. In addition, for 204 children aged 4 to 7 and their parents, the Company will provide the recreational “Family Vacation” program at Uralkali’s holiday centre.

Ruslan Ilyasov, HR Director of PJSC Uralkali, said:

Uralkali attaches great importance to ensuring comfortable conditions for recreation and treatment of children of Uralkali Group’s employees. This summer, 2012 children and adolescents will participate in various health promotion programmes. Uralkali will allocate over RUB 74 million to finance the recreation campaign for children.

Uralkali (www.uralkali.com) is one of the world’s largest potash producers and exporters. The Company’s assets consist of 5 mines and 7 ore-treatment mills situated in the towns of Berezniki and Solikamsk (Perm Territory, Russia). Uralkali employs ca.11,000 people (in the main production unit). Uralkali’s shares are traded on the Moscow Exchange.

RSS-feeds update
Integrated Report 2017
Uralkali Trading SIA
Electronic Chartering System

Annual report 2011

Select preferable format:

Uralkali Integrated Report 2012

Select preferable format:

GRI Tables 2012

Uralkali Integrated Report 2013

Select preferable format:

Uralkali Integrated Report 2014

Select preferable format:

Uralkali Sustainability Report 2011

Select preferable format: