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Acron Starts up Urea Production Plant

11:10 AM MDT | April 4, 2012 | Sotirios Frantzanas

Acron (Vielikii Novgorod, Russia), a leader in fertilizers production, has started up a new urea facility. The capacity of the new unit is 335,000 m.t./year, which increases Acron's total urea capacity to 785,000 m.t./year, the company says. Construction of the urea unit started in 2010, and the total investment amounted to $95 million, Acron says. The company expects the increased urea capacity to help boost its commodity urea sales, and raise its output of urea ammonium nitrate to 1 million m.t./year, as well as lift production of urea-formaldehyde resins. The...

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