Indian Farmers Fertiliser Co-operative Ltd (Iffco) wholly owned Dubai-based subsidiary, Kisan International Trading FZE, and a Canadian partner, are setting up a gas-based ammonia-urea complex in Canada. The complex is likely to be located in eastern Canada and will comprise two ammonia units, a couple of urea plants, and a dedicated jetty for export. The envisaged initial capacity for two single-stream ammonia plants would be 2,200 tonnes a day each. The urea plants will have a capacity of around 4,000 tonnes a day each (which may have two sub-streams). The proposed jetty would have to handle ammonia at a throughput of 1,000 tonnes an hour and urea at 1,200-1,500 tonnes an hour. Construction work is expected to take three years.