The companies have unveiled a digital system for monitoring the effectiveness and controlling the application of mineral fertilizers.
The latest fertilizer news
Koch Fertilizer anticipates investing nearly US$140 million at its Fort Dodge plant to revamp existing production processes.
The potash producer Uralkali has appointed a new CEO, effective 4 December 2020.
Fortescue Metals Group (Fortescue) has announced the development of a green hydrogen plant with 250 000 tpy green ammonia export capacity in Bell Bay, Tasmania.
The assessment outlines the findings of baseline investigations and related workstreams regarding Emmerson’s Khemisset potash project in Northern Morocco.
Parkway Minerals has announced the pre-commissioning of its recently installed aMES pilot plant at Victoria University, Melbourne, Australia.
ANWIL has concluded a contract for the construction of an ancillary infrastructure for a fertilizer production plant.
The mineral fertilizer producer Acron Group has increased output at its Ammonia-4 unit to 2500 tpd, bringing capacity to 900 000 tpy.
Grasim Industries divests its fertilizer business, Indo Gulf Fertilizers (IGF), to Indorama Corp. for Rs 2649 crore.
Koch Fertilizer will invest an estimated US$90 million to improve reliability, performance and production at its Beatrice nitrogen plant in Nebraska, US.