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Jakarta Post

Jordanian company, Petrokimia, to build phosporic acid plant

Jakarta   /   Thu, July 21 2011   /  07:00 am

PT Petro Jordan Abadi (PJA), a joint venture between state-owned fertilizer producer PT Petrokimia Gresik (PKG) and Jordan Phospate Mines Co., Plc (JPMC), will build a phosporic acid plant in Gresik, East Java, with a total investment of US$184.3 million, a top executive says.

PJA president director Chadek Anis said in Jakarta on Wednesday that the new plant, which would have a production capacity of about 200,000 tons a year, would supply PKG’s needs of phosporic acid, a raw material for its compound fertilizer.

“The plant will secure the national demand of fertilizers,” Chadek said in his remarks following the signing of the engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract between PJA and a consortium of PT Rekayasa Industri and Wuhuan Engineering Co., Ltd consortium at the PKG branch office
in Jakarta.

“It can also fulfill Indonesian cement man...