Corrected: Koch plans to increase ammonia production at Canada plant

19 December 2013 22:35  [Source: ICIS news]

Correction: In the ICIS story headlined “Koch plans to increase ammonia production at Canada plant” dated 19 December 201320 September 2013, please read in the first paragraph … 90,000 tonnes/year … instead of … 90,000 tons/year (82,000 tonnes/year) …. A corrected story follows.

HOUSTON (ICIS)--Koch Fertilizer Canada plans to spend $30m (€22m) to increase ammonia production by 90,000 tonnes/year at its plant in Brandon, Manitoba, the company said on Thursday.

Construction should start in the second half of 2014 and finish in late 2015, Koch said.

The plant has a current capacity of 440,000 tonnes/year, according to ICIS plants and projects.

Koch is also considering an increase in urea production at the Brandon plant in Manitoba.

($1 = €0.73)

By: Al Greenwood
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