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Vietnam awards AN plant contract to Toyo-Uhde consortium

12:19 PM MST | November 12, 2012

The Mining Chemical Industry Holding Corp. (Ho Chi Minh City) has awarded a lump-sum turnkey contract to a consortium of engineering companies, to build an ammonium nitrate (AN) plant in Thai Binh Province, Vietnam. The consortium consists of ThyssenKrupp Uhde, Toyo-Thai, Toyo-Vietnam, and Lilama 69-1. The plant will be designed to produce 625 m.t./day of low-density AN and is due to begin operations at the start of 2015. The contract, worth approximately $200 million, covers basic and detailed engineering, supply of all equipment and materials, construction...

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