Syrian Chemical Industries’ five-year plan reviewed
The Syrian public company, Chemical Industries, is intending to produce 400,000 tons of phosphoric fertilizers by the end of the current five-year plan, which is to end in 2005.
According to Al-Tishreen newspaper, the anticipated volume of phosphoric fertilizers will be produced within the existing facilities of the phosphoric fertilizer factory.
The company is also planning to produce 500,000 additional tons of phosphoric fertilizers through a new factory that will be built in Palmyra during, by 2005.
Furthermore, the Syrian company is planning to set up a new urea fertilizers manufacturing plant in Dair Al-Zur to produce another 500,000 tons of urea as part of the ongoing five-year plan. — (Albawaba-MEBG)
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