Management changes at EuroChem's Russian business

Zug, Switzerland, 6 September 2017 - EuroChem Group AG (“EuroChem” or the “Group”), a leading global fertilizer company, today announces the appointment of Igor Nechaev as the new Head of the Group’s Russian subsidiary – JSC MCC EuroChem. Mr Nechaev has been with JSC MCC EuroChem since 2011 as Head of its Logistics division where he was responsible for managing its supply chain at a time of significant international expansion for the Group. Mr Nechaev, who takes up his new role today, 6 September 2017, is tasked with the day-to-day running of EuroChem’s operations in Russia and the CIS and driving further expansion in the region. He will work closely with the Group’s CEO, Dmitry Strezhnev, who oversees the Russian part of EuroChem’s business as Chairman of its Board.
About EuroChem Group AG EuroChem is a leading global fertilizer company producing primarily nitrogen and phosphate fertilizers, as well as certain organic synthesis products and iron ore. The Group is vertically integrated with activities spanning from mining and hydrocarbons extraction to fertilizer production, logistics, and distribution. EuroChem is currently developing two sizeable potash deposits in Russia with its VolgaKaliy and Usolskiy Potash greenfield projects. Headquartered in Zug, Switzerland, the Group operates production facilities in Belgium, China, Kazakhstan, Lithuania, and Russia, supporting distribution assets in Europe, the CIS, Asia, and North and South America. EuroChem employs more than 25,000 people globally. For more information, please visit www.eurochemgroup.com or contact: Media Guy Dresser Head of Communications EuroChem Group AG guy.dresser@eurochemgroup.com Elena Kalinskaya /Leonid Fink FTI Consulting +44 (0) 20 3727 1000 eurochem@fticonsulting.com Russian Media Vladimir Torin Head of Public Relations MCC EuroChem vladimir.torin@eurochemgroup.com Investors Olivier Harvey Head of Investor Relations EuroChem Group AG olivier.harvey@eurochemgroup.com
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