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Russian fertilizer producer Uralchem opens terminal in Latvia

11:48 AM MST | December 20, 2013 | Natasha Alperowicz

Uralchem (Moscow), a leading Russian fertilizer producer and exporter, today announced the opening of a terminal at Riga Port, in Latvia, for the handling and short-term storage of bulk fertilizers. The terminal was designed and built as part of a joint project of Uralchem and SIA Rīgas tirdzniecības osta (RTO; Riga). The project was implemented by Riga Fertilizer Terminal, a joint venture in which Uralchem holds 51% and RTO the balance. The terminal, which involved an investment of more than €60 million ($81.9 million), is designed to handle 2 million...

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