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Haldor Topsoe opens office in Indonesia to support fertilizer industry

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World Fertilizer,

Haldor Topsoe has officially opened an office in Jakarta, Indonesia, to support the country’s fertilizer industry as well as refining customers.

“We have been supporting Indonesian customers for more than four decades. We will now be able to provide them with even faster services tailored to their specific needs,” said Jack H. Carstensen, Managing Director of Topsoe’s office in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

“It is a crucial milestone in our further expansion in the region, a natural step with regards to the promising development of the Indonesian economy,” said Morten Schaldemose, Executive Vice President, Refinery Business Unit, who was also present at the inauguration.

There is an expected growth in ammonia demand in Indonesia from the fertilizer industry, in methanol production as feedstock for the downstream petrochemical industry, and in DME as the alternative to LPG for household use. Topsoe will offer the fertilizer industry solutions to enhance plant efficiency and optimise energy consumption.

“We are well prepared to complement the current and future strive of Indonesian companies to enhance their production – and to grow locally and regionally,” said Michael Gruss, Chief Representative of the new office in Jakarta.

With the office in Kuala Lumpur, Jakarta is now Topsoe’s second representation in Southeast Asia.

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