18 February 2013 05:48 [Source: ICIS news]
SINGAPORE (ICIS)--Maaden Phosphate Co (MPC) has started to gradually resume operations at its diammonium phosphate (DAP) plant at Ras Al Khair city on 16 February, after completing maintenance at the unit, its parent firm Saudi Arabian Mining Co (Ma’aden) said over the weekend.
The shutdown did not affect the MPC’s ability to meet its obligations to its customers, its parent firm said in a filing to the Saudi Stock Exchange or Tawadul.
The 3m tonne/year DAP plant had a turnaround that lasted about three weeks.
MPC is a 70%-owned by Ma’aden, with Saudi petrochemical giant SABIC holding the remaining 30%.
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