PhosAgro

PhosAgro is a leading global vertically integrated phosphate-based fertiliser producer. The Group focuses on the production of phosphate-based fertilisers, feed phosphate and high-grade phosphate rock (P2O5 content of not less than 35.7 percent), as well as ammonia and nitrogen-based fertilisers. In 2010, the Group was the largest phosphate-based fertiliser producer in Europe, the largest producer of high-grade phosphate rock worldwide and the third largest MAP/DAP producer in the world (excluding China), according to Fertecon. PhosAgro is also a leading producer of MCP feed phosphates in Europe, and the only producer in Russia.

PhosAgro has 2.1 billion tonnes of resources (according to JORC) of high quality apatite-nepheline ore, representing over 75 years of production. The Group also controls substantial Al2O3 resources, and has 41% of Russia’s rare earth oxides resources.

The Group’s mines and phosphate rock production facilities are located in the mountainous areas of the Kola Peninsula in the Murmansk Region of northwest Russia, whereas its fertiliser and feed phosphate production assets are located near the city of Cherepovets in the Vologda Region and near the city of Balakovo in the Saratov Region of southwest part of European Russia. The Group is the only global vertically integrated fertiliser producer that derives approximately 90% of its consolidated gross profit from the phosphates segment. PhosAgro is the lowest cash cost producer of DAP and MAP, with the phosphate segment achieving an average gross profit margin of 44% for 2008–2010.

PhosAgro’s 1H 2011 IFRS revenue was $1.7 bln and EBITDA was $620 mln. The Group’s net debt/EBITDA ratio was 0.6 as of June 30, 2011. PhosAgro Group employs over 25,000 people.

 
 
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