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Fertilizer news updates


Yara reports second-quarter EBITDA

The company has reported its second-quarter EBITDA excluding special items of US$513 million compared to US$252 million in second quarter 2023.

Mota-Engil informs about the signing of an agreement in Mexico

MOTA-ENGIL has informed that, through its subsidiary MOTA-ENGIL MEXICO, has signed an agreement with Pemex Transformación Industrial, a subsidiary of the state run Mexican national oil company, Petróleos Mexicanos (PEMEX), for the construction of a fertilizer industrial plant located in Escolin, Poza Rica, State of Vera Cruz.

Siwertell ship loader ordered for high-capacity fertilizer handling

Bruks Siwertell has secured an order for a Siwertell ship loader type-1A from Libyan Fertilizer Company (LIFECO). It is designed to offer reliable, efficient, high-capacity urea handling at the operator’s facilities in Marsa al Brega in Libya, and will be fitted with the latest digital advances to enable remote support.

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Trammo announces acquisition of Lemm Corp

Trammo has announced that its wholly owned subsidiary Trammo Terminals, Inc. has acquired Lemm Operations, LLC, an experienced operator and provider of engineering and terminal management services to large chemical facilities throughout the United States.


World Fertilizer Spotlight with CG Thermal

Emily Thomas, Deputy Editor of World Fertilizer, recently sat down with Greg Becherer, Senior Vice President of CG Thermal, to discuss the company’s article which featured in the March 2024 issue of World Fertilizer magazine.