Wynand van Dyk has been appointed to the role at the phosphate fertilizers company, effective 1 May 2019.
Fertilizer news updates
Australia's 1000 km Mount Isa-Townsville rail line will reopen on 29 April, and will restore the haulage of base metal concentrates and fertilizers.
EU UAN complainant industry welcomes commission’s provisional anti-dumping regulation on imports from Russia, Trinidad and Tobago and the US.
Argus Media is reporting that the outcome of trade disputes between China and the US and Canada will be a key factor in determining Ukrainian export flows in the near future.
The ‘Innovations in Probiotic Fertilizers, Sustainable Proteins, Water Technology, Crop Monitoring, and Solid Waste Management’ report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
Order intake in the first quarter of 2019 grew across all divisions, reaching CHF984 million compared to CHF900 million in the same period a year ago.
Nexant has announced its continued membership with the Climate Registry (TCR), marking decade of partnership.
Technology company GEA proposes new solutions for the production of monoammonium phosphate (MAP) fertilizer.
Technavio has announced the release of their research report on the global nitrogenous fertilizer market for the forecast period 2019-2023.
The Beyondie Sulfate of Potash Project involves the production of sulfate of potash (SOP) plus supporting infrastructure, in the East Pilbara region of Western Australia.
Over 80 000 smallholder farmers in sub-Saharan Africa will benefit from increased incomes with support from the 4R Solution Project.
More fertilizer news updates
The Mosaic Company, a Brazilian fertilizer maker, has said that it will suspend production at its phosphate mines of Tapira and Catalão.
Emmerson PLC has signed heads of agreement with Global Fertiliser Group covering offtake for 100% of production from Khemisset Potash Project.
The partnership will explore new fertilizer systems, develop value chains and implement field projects to benefit African farmers.
The first 1800 t tunnel boring machine will be used to construct Sirius Minerals’ 23 mile mineral transportation tunnel from Teesside to Whitby.
NIIK and Novgorodsky GIAP have signed a contract to upgrade the sixth urea unit at Acron site, Veliky Novgorod, Russia, by increasing capacity to 2050 tpd.
BVSafe® is a digitsed record software that will improve safety.
Farm debt is rising in the US as years of depressed grain prices have negatively impacted growers, a trend that could reshape fertilizer buying and application methods.
Sulzer has launched the ‘Sulzer Scholarship for Women in Science and Engineering’ directed at female students studying for degrees in the areas of engineering, technology and science.
CRU, a company in commodity research and business intelligence, has reached its 50th anniversary.
The global amino acid fertilizer market will grow at a CAGR of over 8% from 2019–2023.
Argus Media is reporting that Australia-based fertilizer producer Incitec Pivot (IPL) will close its Portland, Victoria, single super phosphate (SSP) plant in May.
Kalium Lakes’ Beyondie Sulphate of Potash (SOP) Project remains on schedule to commence Australia’s first commercial SOP production next year.
ClearView™ Ammonia is a new data gathering service from Haldor Topsoe.
Yokogawa UK has appointed Carl Ramsden as its new managing director.