LSB purchases $6.5 million equipments, upgrades Pryor ammonia plant

LSB purchases $6.5 million equipments, upgrades Pryor ammonia plant

4:30 AM, 30th May 2012
LSB purchases $6.5 million equipments, upgrades Pryor ammonia plant

OKLAHOMA, US: LSB Industries through its subsidiary purchased a group of chemical plant components for $6.5 million. This equipment is intended to improve the operation and efficiency of its ammonia plant in Pryor, Oklahoma and for possible use at certain of its other chemical facility locations. Previously, this equipment was in operation at a chemical production facility in the United States.

During the next six to eight months, the company expects to move this equipment from its current location to its appropriate chemical facilities for installation and to shops for refurbishment. The cost to transport, install and refurbish this equipment has not yet been determined. The company funded the purchase of this equipment, and intends to fund the other costs associated with the equipment, from its working capital.

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