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Ma’aden ammonia berth exports first shipment

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Ma’aden has accomplished the loading of its first cargo from its new ammonia berth in Ras Al Khair, Saudi Arabia.

Ma’aden’s maritime ammonia fleet now consists of seven vessels, which will leverage Ma’aden’s ammonia shipping capacity of 2 million tpy.

Hassan Al Ali, Senior Vice President of Ma’aden’s Phosphate and Industrial Minerals business, commented: “These new ammonia vessels will strengthen Ma’aden’s logistics capabilities and enable us to best serve our customers in a timely, safe and cost-effective manner.”

“Ma’aden’s ammonia business is an integral part of our broader phosphate portfolio and expanding our ammonia fleet will help us deliver on our ambition to protect global food security by providing farmers with optimized fertilizer products to enhance crop yields,” Al Ali continued.

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