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Cinis Fertilizer ready for first delivery to its customer Van Iperen International

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In May 2024, Cinis Fertilizer started up the production of environmentally friendly potassium sulfate in Köpmanholmen, just outside Örnsköldsvik. The ramp-up of production is now underway and Cinis Fertilizer is now awaiting the first truck from Van Iperen International to send the first batch of potassium sulfate.

“Delivering a first load to Van Iperen International is an important milestone and a testament to the efforts of our employees and partners. The fine-tuning of the facility has taken somewhat longer than we had hoped for, and the work to get up to full production continues with the goal of increasing delivery volumes in the coming months" says Jakob Liedberg, CEO of Cinis Fertilizer.

Van Iperen International, a leading Dutch fertilizer producer with a presence in over 100 countries, signed a ten-year agreement with Cinis Fertilizer to purchase the entire annual output from the Örnsköldsvik facility.

“We are very pleased with our partnership with Cinis Fertilizer and launching the Green Switch Potassium Sulfate puts us in the forefront of the green transition. We look forward to receiving the first delivery. I believe this must be a kind of world record, sending the first delivery less than 17 months after starting the construction of a greenfield project”, says Erik van den Bergh, Managing Director of Van Iperen International.

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