Impact reporting 2015

Economic performance

In 2015 Yara delivered continued strong earnings mainly driven by higher sales volumes, lower gas cost and a stronger US dollar.
economic performance

Yara’s after-tax measure for return on capital, CROGI, was 14.0% for 2015, up from 13.3% in 2014 and higher than the target of minimum 10% average over the business cycle. Yara’s margins decreased compared with 2014, as fertilizer prices fell more than input costs. 

Yara’s fertilizer deliveries were 26.5 million tonnes, up 1% compared with 2014 due to the acquisitions of OFD Holding Inc. (OFD) in Latin America, effective 1 October 2014, and Galvani in Brazil, effective 1 December 2014. Industrial sales volumes increased 7% compared with 2014.

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