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Uralkali maintains capacities to store, transport and tranship raw materials and finished products.

Warehouse Facilities

    Warehouse capacity of over 1 million tonnes

  • Finished product warehouses in Berezniki and Solikamsk with a total capacity of up to 400,000 tonnes, each with separate isolated sections for products of differing types.
  • Warehouse facilities of the Baltic Bulk Terminal with a total capacity of 240,000 tonnes.
  • Uralkali also uses warehouses in key regions globally.

Each warehouse is linked to a cargo railway terminal with a system of conveyors that are protected from adverse external impact.


Uralkali delivers the majority of its products to customers without packaging, i.e. in bulk. However, the Company provides an option of packing its products using its own specialist facilities or the ones of the transhipment terminals. The Company can deliver its products in 50kg polypropylene bags, 1-tonne large bags, 25kg bags, on and without pallets, loaded in railcars or 20-feet or 40-feet shipping containers.

Rolling Stock

    7,700 specialised mineral railcars

  • Railway transportation is a crucial element of the Companys supply chain, which ensures uninterrupted supplies. The Company relies on railway to deliver its products to the ports of Saint Petersburg, Novorossiysk, Astrakhan, port Kavkaz, Kaliningrad, Ust-Luga, Mykolaiv (Ukraine) and Reni (Ukraine) which then forward the goods to other countries by sea. Uralkali also directly supplies its products by rail to customers in Russia, Northern China, Europe and CIS countries.
  • Uralkali owns a fleet of 7,700 specialised mineral railcars, one of the largest in Russia. The Company also uses the rolling stock of major Russian operators to secure its product supplies in high season.
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