23 April 2012 15:31 [Source: ICIS news]
MOSCOW (ICIS)--Acron's overall production rose in the first quarter of 2012 because of healthy seasonal demand, notably in March, the Russian fertilizer holding company said on Monday.
The 8% increase in nitrogen fertilizer production came as a remarkable result against a background of decreasing overall nitrogen fertilizer output volumes in Russia in the first quarter, said Acron CEO Alexander Popov.
The group's ammonia output reached 475,100 tonnes, up by 3% year on year, it said.
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