Acron

Leadership

Acron is the Group’s flagship and one of the largest industrial producers in the Russian northwest. The Acron production facility was originally commissioned in the 1960s and 1980s and revamped throughout the 1990s and 2000s. Several modern units were constructed in 2006–2012. Acron has the largest ammonia and NPK production capacity and is the only asset producing a diversified product portfolio, which includes nitrogen fertilisers and organic compounds.

Products

Mineral fertilisers
— Urea
— AN
— UAN
Complex fertilisers
— NPK
Industrial products
Organic compounds
— Methanol
— Formalin
— UFR
Non-organic compounds:
— Low-density and technical-grade AN
— Calcium carbonate
— Liquid carbon dioxide
— Argon



Production Capacity

ProductionDescriptionCapacity ('000 tpa)
AmmoniaA modern unit Ammonia-4 commissioned in 2016 and two similar units commissioned in 1975 and 1979 and upgraded in 1990-2000s1,900
NPKTwo units commissioned in 1982 and 1984.1,200
ANTwo units commissioned in 1977 and 1979. These units also produce low-density and technical-grade AN (since 2003)1,200*
UreaConsists of five units, four of which were put on stream in 1969-1970 and one in 2012.800
UANCommissioned in 20071,100
MethanolCommissioned in 1967 and upgraded in 1997100
FormalinFive units commissioned in 1971200
UFC and UFRsFormaldehyde/urea-formaldehyde concentrate complex commissioned in 2006. Urea-formaldehyde resin production includes seven units, four of them were commissioned in 1973–1985 and the rest in 2006260
Nitric acidSeven units commissioned in 1976–19791,400

* Incl. liquid solution used for UAN production

Contacts

Veliky Novgorod 173012, Russia 
phone: +7 8162 99 61 09
fax: +7 8162 99 66 63, +7 8162 73 19 40
telex: 237133 ACRON RU

World Trade Centre,
12, Krasnopresnenskaya Naberezhnaya, Moscow 123610, Russia
phone: +7 495 411 55 94
fax: +7 499 246 23 59