The two plants have a combined annual capacity of 1 million t of ammonia and 0.9 million t of urea. Including optimisation and maintenance at other production facilities, Yara’s European ammonia and urea production is expected to be operating at approximately 45% of capacity by the end of this week.
Yara has said it will where possible use its global production system to keep supplying customers and secure continuity in food supply chains, but curtailing production where necessary due to market conditions.
Read the article online at: https://www.worldfertilizer.com/nitrogen/09032022/yara-curtails-production-at-ferrara-and-le-havre-plants/
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