QAFCO opens three new offices in India
Qatar's Minister of Energy and Industry Abdullah Bin Hamad Al-Attiyah announced at the recent India-Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) Industrial Conference in Mumbia that the Qatari Fertilizer Company (QAFCO) has opened three representative offices in the state.
QAFCO’s new Indian offices are located in Mumbai, Delhi and Chennai, reported QNA. The qatari firm already markets polypropylene to India’s Reliance Industries company.
QAFCO was established in 1969 as a joint venture between the Qatari government and a number of multinational firms to utilize the countries abundant gas resources for producing ammonia and urea fertilizer.
Presently, the company remains the only fertilizer producer in Qatar. While its main markets are in South and East Asia, QAFCO today exports to 35 countries worldwide. Major importers of Ammonia are India, Australia, Thailand and the United States. Urea importers include China, India, US, Australia, Vietnam, Pakistan, Japan and Argentina. — (menareport.com)
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