Maaden finalises Al-Zour phosphate plant contracts

Jagger, Anna
June 2007
ICIS Chemical Business;6/11/2007, Vol. 2 Issue 70, p45
Trade Publication
The article focuses on contracts with Samsung Engineering of South Korea, Outotec of Finland, Litwin of France and Dragados of Spain being finalized by Saudi Arabian Mining (Maaden) for its phosphate fertilizer plant in Ras Al-Zour, Saudi Arabia. It says the that the formal signing of the contracts will be held in Riyadh in June 2007. Maaden spokesman said that the Samsung Engineering deal is worth $946 million. It adds that Maaden is forming a joint venture with SABIC to implement the scheme.


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