3 urea plants revived

The Indian government recently approved the revival of three closed urea plants: each of these plants could have a potential of 1,27 million tonnes per annum production capacity, in order to help India attain self-sufficiency in urea output.

The revivals of these fertilizer units will ease the pressure on rail-road infrastructure due to long distance transportation of urea from western and central regions. Other benefits will be the economic development of eastern India and new job opportunities for 4,500 people.

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