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Sinochem subsidiary, Shell sign cooperation agreement for sulfur-enhanced fertilizers

1:29 AM MST | December 18, 2012 | Deepti Ramesh

Sinochem (Beijing) says that its Sinochem Fertilizer (Beijing) unit, on 15 November, signed two cooperation agreements with Royal Dutch Shell at Beijing, according to which both companies will collaborate on the production of sulfur-enhanced fertilizers and sulfur trade. Slow-release sulfur fertilizer products, which will be produced by the two companies through collaboration, will not only supplement sulfur but also play a great role in controlling bacteria and insects; promoting decomposition of plant residues; and reducing pH value, or acidity, of...

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