The 2013-net profit at PhosAgro rallied down 7.3 fold to 922mln rub. from 6.747bn rub., the company informed.
The revenues rallied 44% down to 4.431bn rub. from 7.961bn rub.; gross profit - 3.874bn rub. from 7.442bn rub.
PhosAgro (TIN 7736216869) is a vertically-integrated company and one of the leading world-known producers of phosphorous-containing fertilizers and
apatite concentrate. The Group includes Apatit, PhosAgro-Cherepovets (formed within Ammofos/Cherepovetsky Azot merger), Agro-Cherepovets, Balaklavskie
Mineral Fertilizers, PhosAgro-Trans, PhosAgro-Region and NIUIF.
The apatite-nepheline ore reserves of the fields are appraised to gain 2.1bn ton. The ore base covers considerable reserves of aluminum oxide and above 41% of all rare-earth elements in Russia.
The 9-month 2013 net profit (IAS) moved down 52% to 9.094bn rub. from 19.120bn rub.; revenues added 3% to come to 81.276bn rub. from 79.237bn rub.; EBITDA dropped 27% to 19.897bn rub. from 27.194bn rub.; EBITDA - 27% to 19.897bn rub. from 27.194bn rub.; EBITDA margin coming to 24% from 34%.
The IH 2013 net losses reached (RAS) 1.369bn rub. against 5.854bn rub. in profit prior year period. The revenues rallied down 6 fold to 1.012bn rub. from 6.266bn rub.; gross profit - 715mln rub. from 6.076bn rub.