07 July 2008 11:41 [Source: ICIS news]
LONDON (ICIS news)--Shipments of urea from the Black Sea port of Yuzhny totalled 247,003 tonnes in June, down more than 100,000 tonnes from May, customs data showed on Monday.
The reduced exports were attributed to turnarounds at several plants, including Ukrainian producer ?xml:namespace>
Exports of urea from Ukrainian producers totalled 233,234 tonnes and those from Russian producers were 13,768 tonnes.
This compares with 322,529 tonnes of Ukrainian urea and 33,577 tonnes of Russian urea shipped in May.
The majority of the urea, some 114,629 tonnes, shipped from Yuzhny in June was destined for
Other export destinations last month included
The Black Sea
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