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With the backing of Afreximbank, Notore is pushing full steam ahead of rivals Dangote and Indorama on the Nigerian fertilizers market

With the backing of Afreximbank, Notore is pushing full steam ahead of rivals Dangote and Indorama on the Nigerian fertilizers market

Businessman Onajite Okoloko's company will restart production at its plant at full capacity to get back into the black again.

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            ▪ With the backing of Afreximbank, Notore is pushing full steam ahead of rivals Dangote and Indorama on the Nigerian fertilizers market

▪ Businessman Onajite Okoloko's company will restart production at its plant at full capacity to get back into the black again.

http://www.jeuneafriquebusinessplus.com/en/802143/soutenu-par-afreximbank-notore-met-plein-gaz-face-a-dangote-et-indorama-sur-les-engrais-nigerians/

13/01/2020 at 15h36, by Aurélie Benoit

Notore Chemical Industries aims to return to maximum production levels at its Nigerian plant, i.e. a level of 1,500 tons per day of urea – or 500,000 tons per year – for this unit which was purchased in 2008 from the National Fertilizer Company of Nigeria (Nafcon) for $152m.

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