Corporation has received an order, valued at approximately ¥3 billion, from
Fatima Fertilizer Company Ltd, for a used ammonia plant for fertiliser plants,
currently under construction in Sadiqabad in central Pakistan.
2006, Sojitz was awarded an order, valued at approximately ¥13 billion, for
engineering, procurement and project management services for an entire fertilizer
complex and a urea production facility that constituted the core of the fertilizer
complex. The subject order thus marks the receipt of consecutive orders.
will procure a used ammonia plant from a Dutch fertilizer manufacturer, renew
the design to tailor the plant to the usage environment in Pakistan, introduce
leading-edge technology, and will contribute suggestions for modification of major
equipment, through UK-based company MW Kellogg Limited.
ammonia plant, which has a production capacity of 1,500 tons per day, is scheduled
to commence operations in October 2009.
upcoming fertilizer Fatima Fertilizer complex will be one of the largest fertilizer
plants in Pakistan. The complex will use natural gas from the Mari Gas Fields
in Pakistan and will produce ammonia for the consistent production of urea and
various other synthetic fertilizers. The fertilizer production capacity of the
plants as a whole is planned to be 5,100 tons per day.
is promoting agriculture, which is the country''s main industry and has adopted
a priority-based policy for the allocation of its natural gas as an ingredient
in fertilizer production.
growing demand for fertilizers in Pakistan, the construction of new plants, expansion
of existing plants, and updating of old facilities are rising.
has had a business relationship with the Fatima Group for over 20 years.