GSFC expand di-ammonium phosphate capacity at Sikka site
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GSFC to expand di-ammonium phosphate capacity at Sikka site

8:32 PM, 1st February 2012
GSFC to expand di-ammonium phosphate capacity at Sikka site

JAMNAGAR, INDIA: Gujarat State Fertilizers and Chemicals (GSFC) announced that it plans to expand the capacity of its di-ammonium phosphate (DAP) facility located in Sikka by 0.4 million tonne with Rs 250 crore ($0.0487 billion) investment. The Sikka facility in Jamnagar district of the state currently has production capacity of 1.1metric tonne per annum. The company will expand the capacity of DAP facility by 0.4 metric tonne to produce complex fertilisers (blend of nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium) by 2014-15.

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