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New 60 000 tpy melamine complex for Eurotecnica

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World Fertilizer,


On 18 April 2019, JAMG Group’s Shanxi Jinfeng Coal Chemical Co., Ltd and Proman Group’s Milan-based Eurotecnica Company sealed an agreement for the implementation of 60 000 tpy melamine project.

This new brownfield melamine complex is the third 60 000 tpy single-reactor/single-purification plant in a row for Eurotecnica, and the fifth one based on the 4th Generation (G4) of Euromel® Melamine Process.

Totalling 22 units and more than 730 000 tpy in licensed nameplate capacity, Euromel® Melamine is the undisputed technology of reference in the melamine industry.

Alberto De Amicis, CEO of Eurotecnica, on this new project: “We are honoured to work together with Shanxi Jinfeng Coal Chemical Co., Ltd, a company belonging to JAMG Group’s, one of the most important Coal and Chemical conglomerates in China and in the world. This major project will further strengthen Eurotecnica’s market position in Asia.

"Moreover, we are proud of the popularity that Euromel® Melamine technology has among the owners of fertilizers complexes, certainly thanks to remarkable features such as simple integration of urea-melamine units, total-zero-pollution and low energy consumption.”

Read the article online at: https://www.worldfertilizer.com/project-news/30052019/new-60-000-tpy-melamine-complex-for-eurotecnica/

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