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Ammonium and Japan-China investors to build $1bn complex

24 Nov '10
Tatarstan mineral fertilizers manufacturer Ammonium has signed an agreement with Japan Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd (MHI) and Sojitz Corporation Ltd, and China National Chemical Engineering Group Corp, to build a $1bn plant to produce mineral fertilizers in the Republic of Tatarstan, Ammonium reports.

The plant is reportedly to be launched at Ammoniums premises in Mendeleyevsk, Republic of Tatarstan.

Under plans, the complex is to have a machine to annually produce 455,000 tons of ammonia and 238,000 tons of methanol, as well as a machine to annually manufacture 717,500 tons of granulated carbamide. Under the project, the complexs annual production of ammonia nitrate is to grow to 450,000 tons.

The complex is scheduled to be put into commission in 2015.
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