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Bedeschi announces new project in Morocco

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World Fertilizer,

OCP, a world leader in phosphates, has chosen Bedeschi once again as its material handling partner for a new project: The Office Cherifién des Phosphates has in fact decided to rely on Bedeschi's know-how for the EPC supply of three new automated storages: two for fertilizer and one for sulfur, for a global storage capacity of 300 000 t of material.

The new equipment will be installed in the chemical complex of Phosboucraa, 30 km from the city of Laayoune, in the south of Morocco.

The new project has a strategic importance for the development of the industrial axis known as 'southern axe'. The supply consists of material handling equipment for the storage of sulfur in import, and the storage of fertilizer in export. In particular, the company will supply, among other things, three trippers, three reclaimers and six conveyor belts, with capacity of up to 2000 tph.

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