Morocco’s OCP in 70% phosphate rock expansion

By Mark Watts
Published: Friday, 26 November 2010

Four new plants in Jorf Lasfar could make Morocco no.1 phosphate fertiliser producer

The world’s largest phosphate rock producer, Morocco’s Office Cherifien des Phosphates (OPC), will increase its mining capacity by over 70% to feed new fertiliser plants as part of a $7bn investment plan.

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