04 December 2007 17:30 [Source: ICIS news]
NEW DELHI (ICIS news)--Jordanian phosphate fertilizer producer JPMC will not have any fresh export availability until late March/early April, trader sources close to the company said on Tuesday, due to plant turnarounds and existing commitments.
“JPMC’s plant will go into a one-month turnaround in March for planned maintenance,” the trader said, adding that commitments to ?xml:namespace>
It had been thought that JPMC would complete its exports of diammonium phosphate (DAP) to
“There will be no discussions on new DAP exports until March,” the trader concluded.
The JPMC plant has a capacity of 65,000 tonnes/month.
Other major DAP producers include the
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