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EuroChem begins producing phosphate ore in Kazakhstan, plans fertilizer complex
10:29 AM MDT | July 14, 2014 | Natasha Alperowicz
EuroChem (Moscow), Russia’s largest fertilizer company and among the top 10 global players, today announced the launch of phosphate ore production at the Kok-Jon phosphate rock deposit in the Jambyl region of Kazakhstan. The project has already produced around 20,000 m.t. of phosphate ore, which has been shipped to the adjacent storage facility. Total production is expected to reach more than 150,000 m.t. by the end of the year. EuroChem plans to produce up to 650,000 m.t./year in 2016, after the program's first phase is fully...
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