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Tunisian Chemical Group (GCT)’s new phosphate plant “will quickly be blockaded” (Amal Environmental Protection Association, Gafsa)

Tunisian Chemical Group (GCT)’s new phosphate plant “will quickly be blockaded” (Amal Environmental Protection Association, Gafsa)

After six years of delays due to a mass of post-revolution social protests, the Mdhilla 2 triple superphosphate plant operated by Tunisian Chemical Group (Groupe Chimique Tunisien – GCT), a state-owned company, is due to open in the south of the country in the first quarter of 2020, said Abdelsalem Chouwaya, site manager.

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            ▪ Tunisian Chemical Group (GCT)’s new phosphate plant “will quickly be blockaded” (Amal Environmental Protection Association, Gafsa)

▪ After six years of delays due to a mass of post-revolution social protests, the Mdhilla 2 triple superphosphate plant operated by Tunisian Chemical Group (Groupe Chimique Tunisien – GCT), a state-owned company, is due to open in the south of the country in the first quarter of 2020, said Abdelsalem Chouwaya, site manager.

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10/12/2019 at 17h14, by Jeune Afrique Business+

Triple superphosphate production is expected to double at the national level to reach 900,000 tonnes per year. Triple superphosphate, the result of reacting finely ground phosphate rock with liquid phosphoric acid, is a basic ingredient in the composition of fertilizers and is therefore in great demand among major international chemical industries. Strengthening business in this sector is one of the objectives assigned by the Ministry of Industry and Mines to Abderrazak Ouanassi, CEO of GCT, who was appointed in October 2019.

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