The company expects to reduce its total output of potash by approximately 350 – 500 000 t. The cutback is largely as a result of the current market situation and scheduled maintenance activities, which require a temporary shutdown of the company’s production facilities.
Uralkali said it remains confident in the long-term fundamentals of the potash industry.
Read the article online at: https://www.worldfertilizer.com/potash/20092019/uralkali-to-reduce-potash-production-in-2h19/
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