Jordan Phosphate Mines will ship diammonium phosphate to a secret partner

By the end of February next year, Jordan Phosphate Mines (Jordan) is obliged to supply 400 thousand tons of diammonium phosphate to the American company for further sale in the countries of North and South America.

Jordan Phosphate Mines prefers not to disclose the name of its partner, with whom the company has signed an agreement on the sale and purchase of diammonium phosphate. Jordan Phosphate Mines has to produce the specified volume of diammonium phosphate before the end of this year.

Earlier in spring 2021, Jordan Phosphate Mines signed an agreement with Indian Farmers Fertilizer Cooperative to sell 2.6 million tonnes of phosphorites until the end of March 2022.

Jordan Phosphate Mines is a phosphate mining company that produces diammonium phosphate and phosphoric acid. In 2019, the company produced 550.44 thousand tons of diammonium phosphate and 252.27 thousand tons of phosphoric acid.

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