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thyssenkrupp to construct new fertilizer plant in Poland

Infra News - Published on Mon, 20 May 2019

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thyssenkrupp’s Industrial Solutions business area has received a new order for the construction of a fertilizer plant in Poland. The customer for the project is ANWIL, a subsidiary of PKN ORLEN, one of the largest oil industry corporations in Central and Eastern Europe from Poland. The new facilities for the production of 1265 tpd of nitric acid and 1200 tpd of ammonium nitrate will be located in Wloclawek, some 200 km northwest of Warsaw, at an existing chemical and fertilizer complex. thyssenkrupp’s patented EnviNOx process will be used to remove green house gases from nitric acid production.

Mr Sami Pelkonen, CEO of Chemical & Process Technologies at thyssenkrupp Industrial Solutions, said that “More than ever, the chemical industry faces the challenge of growing profitably and at the same time protecting the climate. With the realisation of this new, low-emission plant in Poland, ANWIL and thyssenkrupp are making an important contribution. We look forward to our further cooperation and are proud to bring decades of plant engineering and process know how into the project.”

The order includes the provision of technology licenses and the engineering, procurement and construction of the new facilities. The contract value is in the lower three-digit million euro range. The project is a substantial part of a larger investment programme implemented by ORLEN to expand its fertilizer portfolio and open up new value chains in the petrochemical industry. By 2022, ORLEN aims to increase its fertilizer production capacity in Wloclawek by 50% to 1.461 million tpy to meet growing demand.

Agnieszka Zyro, CEO at ANWIL S.A., at the signing ceremony, said that “With thyssenkrupp, we have found a reliable partner for our investment project. The company combines extensive plant engineering experience with efficient technologies that meet and exceed the highest environmental standards. Together, we will drive growth and sustainable development of the chemical industry in Poland.”

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Posted By : Rabi Wangkhem on Mon, 20 May 2019
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