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Metafrax plans to build ammonia-urea manufacturing complex

10:50 AM MST | February 7, 2013 | Natasha Alperowicz

Metafrax (Gubakha, Russia) plans to build an ammonia and urea manufacturing complex at its Gubakha site, the company’s chairman, Armen Garsylan, says. The project represents back-integration to urea production, part of which will be used in the company’s existing urea-formaldehyde resins plant.   Metafrax’s board will review the project on 5 February. The company earlier considered buying into existing urea manufacturing capacity but decided to opt for its own facility. Metafrax's project will be designed to produce 400,000–600,000...

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