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NE Nitro Geneva acquires nitrogen plant in Nebraska

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NE Nitro Geneva LLC (Nebraska Nitrogen) has acquired an anhydrous ammonia fertilizer manufacturing plant and ancillary campus assets in Geneva, Nebraska, US. The facility, completed in 2017, produces up to 36 000 tonnes of nitrogen-based fertilizer annually.

“We are fortunate to acquire a significant capital asset at this point in the commodity cycle. We are positioned to manage a profit-driven operation from today forward,” said Chad Brownstein, Chairman of Nebraska Nitrogen. “Domestic nitrogen facilities are fortress assets, this chemical business intersects strategically with our industrial complex throughout the West.”

The operations at the Geneva facility serve farmers of the Western Cornbelt, providing nitrogen-based fertilizer critical to sustaining soil fertility and crop production.

“We are dedicated to supporting the regional farming community,” said Heidi Kelly, Chief Operating Officer of Nebraska Nitrogen. “We are focused on implementing operational improvements on a daily basis that will increase reliability and improve the safety of plant for our team and community. We have implemented new measures commensurate with our culture of operational excellence dedicated to safety first.

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