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    Industry: Signing contracts to establish projects for sulfur, fertilizers and sodium carbonate

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    Post by Rocky Wed 15 May 2024, 5:17 am

    Industry: Signing contracts to establish projects for sulfur, fertilizers and sodium carbonate

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    Economy News - Baghdad
    The Ministry of Industry and Minerals announced, on Tuesday, the signing of 4 contracts with an Iraqi company and three Emirati, American and Chinese companies, to establish projects for sulfur, compound fertilizers and sodium carbonate in four governorates, while indicating that the industrial city project in Basra will provide more than 12 thousand job opportunities.
    The Ministry’s spokeswoman, Doha Al-Jubouri, said in a statement reported by the official news agency, and seen by Al-Iqtisad News, that “since the current government took over, the Ministry has begun its steps towards reform and development in line with the government program by focusing on important strategic industries, which include steel and iron factories.” Petrochemicals, fertilizers, and pharmaceutical industries, as well as sulfur, phosphate, cement, and chemical industries.”

    Al-Jubouri noted, “The Ministry held the Mineral, Petrochemical, and Fertilizer Investment Conference in Baghdad in the presence and sponsorship of the Prime Minister, during which many important investment opportunities were presented, in addition to another conference sponsored by the Prime Minister in Basra Governorate (Industrial Partnerships Forum), as it was held.” During which he presented many investment opportunities for a number of strategic and detailed industries.”

    She explained, “In light of the outcomes of these conferences, 4 contracts were signed to establish projects for sulfur, compound fertilizers, and sodium carbonate,” noting that “these projects will be implemented in the governorates of Nineveh, Salah al-Din, Anbar, and Basra.”

    She pointed out that "two projects will be implemented in partnership between the General Mishraq Sulfur Company and an American company to establish an integrated project for the production and purification of sulfur in the Al-Zaka field in Nineveh Governorate with a capacity of 2 million and 500 thousand tons annually. As for the second project through the General Mishraq Sulfur Company in partnership with Al-Rafidain Company, it includes rehabilitation A line to produce refined sulfur in the Mishraq field with a capacity of 1 million and 500 thousand tons annually.

    She continued, "The third project includes the production of compound fertilizers at the General Company for the Northern Fertilizer Industry in Baiji, in partnership with a specialized Emirati company, with a capacity of 240 thousand tons annually," noting, "It will produce types of compound phosphate fertilizers that will contribute to supporting the agricultural sector." .

    She pointed out, “Another contract was signed to establish a sodium carbonate project in Anbar Governorate with a capacity of 90 thousand tons annually, and this material is used in the glass industry and other industries, in addition to obtaining the approval of the Reconstruction and Investment Committee for the industrial city project in the production of iron and steel in Basra Governorate in partnership with a company.” A specialized Chinese factory, which will be established on an area of ​​3,000 dunams and will include factories specialized in the production of iron, steel, and aluminum. It is hoped that this project will provide more than 12,000 job opportunities.”

    She continued, "The approval of the Supreme Committee for Reconstruction and Investment was obtained for a project to produce glass bottles and jars in Anbar Governorate, with a capacity of 60,000 tons annually, in addition to obtaining approval for another project to produce flat float glass with a capacity of 600 tons per day."

    She stated, "The Ministry has many projects in partnership with the private sector, which were opened during the recent period, including the production of modern sprinklers with a capacity of 1,100 sprinklers annually. These sprinklers are produced according to American Vale specifications, and are supplied to the Ministry of Agriculture."

    Al-Jubouri added, “A plant to produce Dab fertilizer and a urea production plant has been opened in partnership with the private sector with a capacity of 500,000 tons annually,” noting “new partnerships that will be agreed upon, including the restoration of the phosphate project in Anbar Governorate and other industries such as the sugar industry in partnership with the private sector.”



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