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CBH Group opens Kwinana fertilizer facility

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World Fertilizer,

The CBH Group is pleased to announce the opening of its new Kwinana fertilizer facility, which will deliver significant benefits to Western Australian grain growers.

The new facility was officially opened by the Minister for Agriculture and Food, the Hon. Jackie Jarvis MLC, the Member for Brand, the Hon. Madeleine King MP, and CBH Chair, Simon Stead.

This project marks the start of CBH’s liquid fertilizer business and expands its granular fertilizer capacity by 15 000 t.

Located adjacent to CBH’s Kwinana Grain Terminal, the new facility has capacity to store 32 000 t of Urea Ammonium Nitrate (UAN) and 55 000 t of bulk granular fertilizer.

CBH Chair Simon Stead said this is an exciting milestone, which will deliver significant value to the grain growers of Western Australia.

“CBH’s new Kwinana fertilizer facility provides a new liquid offering, and bolsters our granular offering, across a wider catchment for the benefit of all growers,” Mr Stead said.”

“Ultimately, it enables us to reduce our handling and freight costs through efficiencies, which can be passed on to growers through competitive prices.”

“Increasing our fertilizer storage capacity will also improve consistency of supply for growers when they need it most.”

CBH Chief Marketing and Trading Officer Jason Craig said the facility enables the growth of the co-operative’s fertilizer business in line with grower demand.

“CBH Fertiliser continues to experience year-on-year growth and out turned a record 204 000 tons last year – our best result since entering the market in 2015,” Mr Craig said.

“Increasing the scale of our fertilizer business, and allowing for further expansion, reflects the ever-increasing demand for CBH fertilizer.

“It also supports CBH’s Strategy target of holding a 15% market share in WA by 2033.”

CBH is expected to commence outloading UAN and granular fertilizer to WA growers next month.

Construction of the new facility, which commenced early last year, was completed by Western Australian construction firm Kerman Contracting Pty Ltd.

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