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EuroChem Begins Shipping Fertilizers from New Terminal

2:12 AM MDT | August 22, 2011 | Natasha Alperowicz

EuroChem (Moscow) announced today that it has loaded the first ship at its Tuapse transhipment terminal in southern Russia. The vessel MZ Zealand Delilah was loaded with close to 11,000 m.t. of granular urea bound for the Netherlands. The terminal was commissioned in May this year and the first shipment is of urea produced at EuroChem’s  Novomoskovsk Azot (Novomskovsk, Russia) fertilizer plant. The company, among the top 10 global fertilizer players, also owns Nevinnomyssk Azot, Phosphorit, EuroChem BMU, and Kovdorsk GOK plants in Russia and Lifosa in...

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