India: Liberty Phosphate plans new phosphate downstream capacities

Liberty Phosphate Limited, a leading Indian SSP maker, recently purchased land at Dahej, where they are planning to set up a 100,000 tpa TSP plant and a 100,000 tpa unit for complex fertilizers. The company is now in a process of putting up environmental clearance and all other statutory requirement. Liberty Phosphate has manufacturing capacities for 100,000 tpa SSP in Baroda (Gujarat), 165,000 tpa SSP in Udaipur (Rajasthan), 132,000 tpa SSP in Jagpur Kota (Gujarat), and 66,000 tpa SSP in Raigad. They make use of domestic phosphate rock from the Jhamarkotra mines and purchase some 100,000 tpm of sulphuric acid through a long term agreement with Hindustan Zinc Ltd. The company accounts for approximately 18% of the SSP India’s market.

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