Uralkali and Uralchem Take Part in CIPR-24


Uralchem and Uralkali are taking part in the Digital Industry of Industrial Russia 2024 (CIPR-2024) conference held from May 21 to 24 in Nizhny Novgorod.

This year’s event focuses on data economy and artificial intelligence. Uralchem and Uralkali have a joint stand in Pavilion 1, where they will be presenting their latest developments and achievements in digitisation of fertiliser production and agronomical expertise to other participants and visitors of the conference.

On May 23, Uralchem will be hosting a session called “New opportunities for the agricultural industry created by the transition to data economy”. In particular, speakers will be talking about the agro-industrial aspects of the Data Economy national project. Uralchem’s session will take place from 10:45 to 11:45 am in Hall 3 in Pavilion 1.

Aleksey Bondarenko, Head of Digitisation Department at Uralchem:

Uralchem and Uralkali are presenting their comprehensive digital solutions in two key areas: as internal solutions for fertiliser production and as an external service for the agro-industrial complex. End-to-end digitisation of processes greatly increases their transparency and efficiency, which is a common objective for all of the Group’s production facilities. In our case, digitisation comes hand-in-hand with an active use of artificial intelligence. Our expertise and experience not only help us enhance our competitive advantage and maintain market leadership, but also facilitate information sharing with other Russian businesses.


Digital Industry of Industrial Russia (CIPR) is among the largest and most representative digital economy events in Russia. It is a platform where experts can discuss new initiatives and proposals for the digital transportation of the society and key sectors of national economy. Each year, the conference gathers members of the Russian Government, heads of relevant ministries, and representatives of the business community.

Uralkali (www.uralkali.com) is one of the world’s largest potash producers and exporters. The Company’s assets consist of 5 mines and 7 ore treatment plants in the towns of Berezniki and Solikamsk (Perm Region, Russia). Uralkali employs more than 13,300 people in the main production unit.