PhosAgro, Belaruskali sign potash supply agreement

6:57 AM, 25th February 2014

MOSCOW, RUSSIA: PhosAgro, one of the world’s leading vertically integrated phosphate-based fertilizer producers, has signed a potash supply contract with Belaruskali, largest exporter of potash fertilizers.

“Following last year’s breakup of the Belaruskali-Uralkali consortium, Russian nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium fertilizer manufacturers and agricultural producers, who account for approximately 2.1 million tonne of demand per year, now have the option of buying potash from alternative suppliers based on which party can offer the best conditions,” said Andrey Guryev, CEO, PhosAgro.


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