Published On:November 16 2019
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Paradeep Phosphates awards Paradeep plant expansion contract to thyssenkrupp Industrial Solutions.

Paradeep Phosphates (PPL), a leading domestic fertilizer company and part of the Adventz Group, has awarded a contract to thyssenkrupp Industrial Solutions for expansion of their phosphoric acid plant in Paradeep, Odisha. The plant is based on the di-hydrate technology from Prayon Technologies of Belgium.

The project will increase the capacity of the existing plant from 1,000 tonne to 1,400 tonne of phosphoric acid per day. thyssenkrupp Industrial Solutions will provide engineering and technical procurement services which will cover the plant’s reaction unit, filtration unit, dry rock grinding section and an additional cooling tower cell. The project is planned to be completed within a period of 22 months from the effective date of the contract. The phosphoric acid produced will be utilized by Paradeep Phosphates in producing phosphate fertilizers such as DAP (diammonium phosphate) and NPK (compound/multi-nutrient fertilizers). The company is in the process of revamping their DAP-NPK facility as well.

PD Samudra, CEO of thyssenkrupp Industrial Solutions (India) said: “We are proud to be assisting them in this prestigious fertilizer project, by leveraging our experience in the phosphatic fertilizer sector.”

Ranjit Chugh, COO of Paradeep Phosphates said: “The setting up of this phosphoric acid plant is aligned with our plans for expanding our footprint in the phosphatic fertilizer industry. We are happy that thyssenkrupp, which has considerable experience in the field, is partnering with us in this project.”

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