Revda (Sverdlovsk oblast)
Today, the General Director of UMMC Andrey Kozitsyn and the Chairman of the Board of Directors, OOO "Ultramar" Andrey Bonch-signed an agreement to build a joint venture for the production of fertilisers – ammonium sulphate with a capacity of 500 thousand tons per year on the basis of JSC "sredneuralskiy copper smelter" (metallurgical complex of UMMC). The estimated investment in the project will amount to 4.8 billion rubles.
the Decision to build a factory on the site of JSC "SUMZ" based on the optimal raw materials supply, as it is planned the use of their own sulfuric acid enterprises.
For the project will be a joint venture with equity participation of 50/50. Design and construction is planned for four years in two phases freestanding lines with capacity of 250 thousand tons per year each. As a supplier of equipment and technology assumes the company GEA Messo P. T. (Germany).
SUMZ will get guaranteed sales of sulfuric acid in the amount of 380 thousand tons per year. Sulfuric acid of production of JSC "SUMZ" high quality, meets all the standards and the legal requirements for the production of fertilizers. Produce product crystalline ammonium sulfate fraction of 1-4 mm is the maximum demand and is not inferior in price granular.
the Planned payback period is 5 years from the time of construction. It is expected that construction work on the industrial site of the Smelter will begin in late 2020. The opening of a new modern production will employ up to 50 people.
open joint stock company "Sredneuralsky copper smelter" is one of the largest chemical industrial complexes in the Middle Urals. SUMZ commissioned on 25 June 1940.
the Main production is: copper-smelting plant, sulfuric acid concentration plant. Principal manufactured products: blister copper, sulphuric acid and oleum.
OOO "Ultramar" was registered on 6 Oct 2009 in Saint-Petersburg. Successfully operating company carries out a full complex of services in the field of transportation and logistics of mineral fertilizers in containers from the ports of St. Petersburg and Ust-Luga across the world.