Acron Group has signed twelve agreements with regional agriculture departments for mineral fertiliser supplies in 2017. The agreements were signed with Penza, Bryansk, Orel, Ryazan, Yaroslavl, Kursk, Ivanovo, Novgorod, Lipetsk, Tambov, Belgorod and Vladimir regions. In total, over 500,000 tonnes of ammonium nitrate and nearly 300,000 tonnes of NPK will be supplied under the agreements.
Chairman of the Acron Board of Directors Alexander Popov comments, “We sign agreements with regional organisations of Russia’s agroindustrial complex every year. The goal is to plan effective interaction between the supplier and consumers of mineral fertilisers. Supplying mineral fertilisers to Russian farmers is the highest priority for Acron Group. We want to make sure that all demand for our fertilisers is met. In light of the current economic situation, our Company is committed to supporting Russian agricultural producers by fully meeting their demand for mineral fertilisers. We hope that this will help ensure high yields.”
Acron has its own distribution network, Agronova, which was founded in 2005. Agronova comprises 12 specialised agrochemical enterprises with direct access to consumers in Russia’s major agricultural regions. Its subdivisions deliver, sell and store mineral fertilisers. The total storage capacity of the distribution network is 189,000 tonnes.