Petrikovsky GOK has shipped its first products

Petrikovsky GOK (part of Belaruskali) has shipped the first batch of potassium chloride in the amount of 28.6 tons.

The management of Belaruskali has made a decision to build Petrikovsky GOK in 2012. The financing of the project was carried out at the own expense of the company. Petrikovsky GOK has access to the reserves of potassium salts of 1.8 billion tons. The lifetime of the enterprise is more than 100 years.

The designed capacity of Petrikovsky GOK is 1.5 million tons of potassium chloride with the prospect of increasing to 2.2 million tons.

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