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ICL expands polyhalite distribution network

The company has recently signed a 5-year agreement with Transkimtrade for the distribution of an aggregate of 350 000 t of Polysulphate fertilizers in the Ukraine.

Uralchem suspends production at Azot plant

Uralchem halted production on Wednesday 8 July due to the calcium chloride content rising abruptly in the Kama river, from which the plant takes water for production.



 

Trigg Mining to begin 2020 exploration programme

The upcoming programmes, the first to be undertaken since the lifting of Covid-19 travel restrictions, represent the first field-based exploration to be undertaken at the Lake Throssell sulfate of potash project in Western Australia since its discovery late last year.

Rabobank expects fertilizer prices to remain low over next six months

The plummeting cost of raw materials, growing production capacity, and mediocre demand have pressured global price indicators of nitrogen, phosphate, and potash to fall either to or near ten-year lows, according to Rabobank’s Semi-Annual Global Fertilizer Outlook.


 

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Yara begins shipment of fertilizer to East Africa

Yara has committed 40 000 t of fertilizer, agronomic expertise and digital enablement to smallholder farmers in a public-private partnership supported by the UN World Food Program, the Norwegian government and African institutions.

 
 
 
 

Perdaman agrees EPC terms for Karratha urea project

The Clough and Saipem joint venture will act as the lead contractor for the EPC work that includes a water treatment plant, a power plant (100 MW), as well as urea storage, loading and unloading facilities.

 
 
 
 

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