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TOYO awarded licensing and equipment supply contract for urea fertilizer plant in Indonesia

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Toyo Engineering Corporation has been awarded a licensing and equipment supply contract for a fertilizer plant of PT Pupuk Sriwidjaja Palembang in the Palembang District of South Sumatra from Wuhan Engineering in China.

TOYO will provide its urea license and the process design package as a urea licensor as well as the proprietary equipment, and associated technical services for this project.

TOYO's advanced urea synthesis technology ACES21 will be applied in this project, and the plant will be designed to be compatible with TOYO's most advanced urea synthesis technology, ACES21-LP for the first time. ACES21-LP is a technology that combines ACES21with advanced low-pressure synthesis technology to reduce energy consumption in supplying raw materials, and improve process efficiency. Application of this TOYO's latest synthesis technology also leads to plant costs reduction due to lighter weight of the synthesis equipment, thereby contributing to low-cost urea production and global environmental conservation.

TOYO has constructed more than 100 urea plants all over the world up to now. TOYO constructed and revamped Pusri's seven urea plants since the 1970s. In 2015 TOYO as urea licensor jointly with Wuhuan implemented a fertilizer plant project for PT Petrokimia Gresik (PKG) in Indonesia.

The demand for fertilizers is expected to continue growing in the future so to ensure increased food production in line with population growth, and therefore many fertilizer plants are currently planned to be constructed around the world.

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