(Reuters) -- Russian fertiliser group
Phosagro said on Thursday its first-quarter 2012 fertiliser sales volumes
increased by 9.4 percent to 1.07 million tonnes, year-on-year.
production of phosphate-based fertilisers for the same period increased by 4.9
percent and reached 1.08 million tonnes, the company added.
controls Azot Cherepovets and Ammophos in the Vologda region of northern Russia,
Balakovo Mineral Fertilizers in the Saratov region of central Russia, as well as
the Apatit mining company in northern Russia.