WUMBC upgrade works on Uzbek potash plant to be completed by November

By James Sean Dickson
Published: Tuesday, 01 September 2015

The Dehkanabad potash plant will triple its capacity from 200,000 tpa potash to 600,000 tpa following upgrades, a substantial part of which will be completed in November by Russian contractor WUMBC.

Russia’s Western-Ural Machine Building Concern (WUMBC) is to complete its work on the second phase of construction at Uzkimyosanoat (Uzhimprom)’s Dehkanabad potash plant in the Kashkadarya region of southern Uzbekistan in November.

The $238.6m contract for the construction work, signed by the Uzbekistan state-owned chemical enterprise Uzhimprom with WUMBC...

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