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Toyo Engineering receives fertilizer contract

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Russia’s National Chemical Group recently contracted Toyo Engineering to work on a fertilizer production complex in Nakhodka, near Vladivostok.

A consortium led by Hyundai Engineering will work on the project.

Five plants are expected to be built in total: two 6600 tpd ammonia production plants, two 6000 tpd urea plants and one 3000 tpd methanol plant.

Toyo will procure materials for the ammonia plant.

A formal contract is expected to be written in 2017, and there is speculation that the order could total approximately US$937 million.

Read the article online at: https://www.worldfertilizer.com/potash/14112016/toyo-engineering-receives-fertilizer-contract/

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