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Report: Deepak Fertilisers studies TAN capacity expansion

5:31 AM MDT | April 10, 2014 | Francinia Protti-Alvarez

Deepak Fertilisers (Pune, India) is assessing the possibility of expanding its technical ammonium nitrate (TAN) capacity, according to a report from The Hindu. TAN is used as an explosive in the mining and infrastructure industries. TAN sales represented about 23% of Deepak's revenue stream in the first half fiscal 2013/14, according to company figures. The company has 469,000 m.t./year of installed TAN capacity across sites at Taloja and Srikakulam, India. The company would seek to expand its capacity by 300,000–350,000 m.t./year to meet 6–7% annual...

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