14 January 2010 15:39 [Source: ICIS news]
LONDON (ICIS news)--Foskor, a leading South African phosphoric acid producer, has agreed its first-half 2010 sulphur contracts with Canadian suppliers at an increase of around $50/tonne (€35/tonne) from its second-half 2009 contracts, a company official said on Thursday.
The official said that contract prices had been agreed in the low-$80s/tonne FOB (free on board) ?xml:namespace>
The official said that the majority of its sulphur requirements were covered by the contract, but that it may look for a couple of spot cargoes during the first half of the year.
Foskor has two phosphoric acid plants at
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