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Jordan Phosphate Mines Invites Tenders for New Terminal

5:51 AM MDT | June 1, 2009 | Natasha Alperowicz

Jordan Phosphate Mines (JPMC; Amman) plans to build a new phosphate rock terminal in the southern zone of Aqaba, Jordan port capable of exporting 4 million m.t./year of phosphate rock. The company has appointed Royal Haskoning (Rotterdam) as consulting engineers and plans to invite contractors to tender for the engineering, procurement and construction work on a lump sum turnkey basis. Contractors will be expected to provide truck unloading and handling faciities; storage facilities; pipe conveyors; and marine terminal facilities, including jetties. Proposals are...

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