Cinis Fertilizer prepares for delivery of its first eco-friendly potassium sulphate

Cinis Fertilizer’s newly operational production facility in Köpmanholmen, near Örnsköldsvik, Sweden, is set to dispatch its first delivery of environmentally friendly potassium sulfate to Van Iperen International this week. This follows the facility’s initial start-up in May 2024, signaling a substantial advancement in the ramp-up of production activities.

Jakob Liedberg, CEO of Cinis Fertilizer, emphasized the significance of this milestone, which represents both a culmination of extensive team efforts and a pivotal moment in their ongoing journey to full production capacity. “This initial delivery to Van Iperen International not only marks a key milestone but also reflects our commitment to enhancing our production capabilities in the months ahead,” Liedberg stated.

The partnership with Van Iperen International, a prominent Dutch fertilizer company that operates in over 100 countries, includes an agreement to purchase the entire annual output from the Örnsköldsvik facility for the next ten years. This arrangement underscores the strategic importance of the new facility in Cinis Fertilizer’s growth and the broader shift towards sustainable agricultural practices.

The successful start of this facility and its production of eco-friendly fertilizer components is expected to have a positive impact on sustainable agriculture practices, providing a replicable model for future green projects in the industry.

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