Poland's Ciech in $75m sulphur deal with Maroc Phosphore

17 October 2011 11:20  [Source: ICIS news]

LONDON (ICIS)--Ciech has agreed a deal to sell sulphur valued at around $75.1m (€54.1m) to Morocco’s Maroc Phosphore, the Polish group said on Monday.

Deliveries of the sulphur to Maroc Phosphore, based in Casablanca, would take place during 2012, it added.

The previous sulphur contract agreed between Maroc Phosphore – a subsidiary of Moroccan phosphoric acid and fertiliser producer OCP Group – and Ciech concerned deliveries worth $40m to be made during 2011, Ciech said.

Maroc Phosphore processes phosphates extracted from the Khouribga and Gantour mines.

($1 = €0.72)

By: Will Conroy
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