Toyo Engineering awarded contract urea plant in India
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Toyo Engineering awarded contract for urea plant in India

1:21 PM, 30th June 2011
Toyo Engineering awarded contract for urea plant in India

TOKYO, JAPAN: Toyo Engineering Corporation has concluded a contract covering licensing and development of basic design for a urea production plant in the fertilizer complex at Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh, by Jaiprakash Associates Limited (JAL), a company of Jaypee Group. The basic design is scheduled to be completed for December 2011.

The planned fertilizer complex will consist of an ammonia plant with a production capacity of 2200 tonne/d and a urea plant with 2 trains of 1925 tonne/d each. The ammonia process will be based on the technology from KBR of the US while the urea process will utilize TOYO’s own technology. TOYO’s latest process called “ACES21” has an advantage in low utility consumption and construction costs.

India is confronted with a growing demand for fertilizer to increase food production to meet the rising demand prompted by the growing population. Many companies plan to build fertilizer plants to cover such needs. Against this background, JAL has decided to make their way into the fertilizer business.

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