Acron Group says output increased by 1% in first nine months of 2023

Russia’s Acron Group announced on October 13 that in the first nine months of 2023 its year-over-year output increased by 1.2%, to 6.27 million tonnes.

The company – which published consolidated results incorporating data from Acron, Dorogobuzh, and North-Western Phosphorous Company – said that its production of mineral fertilizers increased by 0.2%, to 5.27.

Acron Group also indicated that, between January and September, its output of ammonia increased by 3.1%, to 2.19 million tonnes; its production of complex fertilizers grew by 2%, to 1.81 tonnes; and its output of nitrogen fertilizers decreased by 0.5%, to 3.45 million tonnes.

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