JPMC Signed Agreement With Two Indonesian Companies For The Production Of Phosphoric Acid

Jordan Phosphate forms phosphoric acid JV with Indonesian firms

10:19 AM, 24th July 2013
jpmc Business News

AMMAN, JORDAN: The Jordan Phosphate Mines Company (JPMC) has signed memoranda of understanding with two Indonesian companies, for the establishment of two joint projects for the production of phosphoric acid. Of the two projects, one will be set up in the Kingdom while the other will be set up in Indonesia, at a total production capacity estimated at 400,000 tonne annually.

The establishment of joint projects is part of the company’s strategy to guarantee marketing its products on the long run and to increase its production capacity to reach around 15 million tonne in the coming three years. The JPMC operates in three mining locations across the central and southern parts of Jordan; Al Hassa, Al Abiad, and Eshidiya mines.


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