Rossoshanskij “fertilizers” in 2015 will produce 2.8 million tons of products


A major Russian producer of mineral fertilizers OJSC Minudobrenia, located in the city of Rossosh of the Voronezh region, will produce in 2015, 2.8 million tons of its core products – ammonia, ammonium nitrate, NPK, said on Thursday the government of the Voronezh region.

VORONEZH, 17 Dec. A major Russian producer of mineral fertilizers OJSC Minudobrenia, located in the city of Rossosh of the Voronezh region, will produce in 2015, 2.8 million tons of its core products — ammonia, ammonium nitrate, NPK, said on Thursday the government of the Voronezh region

In 2014, the plant “mineral fertilizers” has produced more than 2.8 million tons of main products (ammonia, ammonium nitrate, NPK). About results of year and plans for 2016 said Thursday during a meeting with Governor of Voronezh region Alexey Gordeev, General Director of JSC “Minudobreniya” Yuri Dudenkov.

“This year the plant will produce about 2.8 million tons of main products (ammonia, ammonium nitrate, NPK)”, — stated in the message.

Next year the company intends to invest in capital repairs, investments and technical modernization of 2 billion rubles.

Also the General Director of JSC “Minudobreniya” reported that all obligations for payment of taxes to the budget, the payment of wages to employees and other obligatory payments the company performs in full and on time. The estimated amount of the paid taxes and fees to the budgets and funds of all levels in the current year will amount to 4 billion rubles, which is 2 billion more than last year.

Rossosh JSC Minudobrenia — manufacturer and exporter of mineral fertilizers and ammonia. Products are supplied to Russian agricultural producers and for export. The main owner is Arkady Rotenberg. JSC “Minudobreniya” by the end of 2014 increased net profit compared with the previous year under Russian accounting standards by 12% to 5.56 billion. Revenue “mineral Fertilizers” has grown on 18,6%, to $ 28,16 billion rubles, gross profit — by 18.8% to 10,64 billion.

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