Skip to main content
x

Gov’t reconsiders Yayu Fertilizer JV

A year after the government distanced the scandal-hit Metal and Engineering Corporation (MetEC) from the delayed construction of Yayu Fertilizer, three overseas companies have shown interest to resume the construction of the factory and commence with the production of fertilizer on a Joint Venture (JV) scheme.

Corporation to tender new fertilizer bid

The Ethiopian Agricultural Business Corporation is to procure 100,000 metric tons of different kinds of fertilizers, The Reporter has learnt.The fertilizers include NPS, NPSB and NPSZnB.

Morocco’s fertilizer giant to take over Yayu fertilizer complex

The Government of Ethiopia has taken the decision on the much-delayed Yayu Fertilizer Project, pinching it away from the maligned state-owned military-industrial conglomerate, the Metals ans Engineering Corporation (MetEC), and awarding it to the Moroccan fertilizer and phosphate maker, OCP.

Fertilizer bid valued at USD 400 mln awaits decision

The Ethiopian Agricultural Business Corporation is waiting on the government’s approval on a multimillion dollar fertilizer bid, The Reporter has learnt. The procuring entity sent a letter to Ministry of Agriculture and Natural Resource for the approval before it proceeds to the next steps.

Fertilizer giant to revamp blending factories

The OCP Group – a Moroccan fertilizer giant – is to revamp the five state-owned fertilizer blending factories which were damaged following an import of substandard fertilizers, The Reporter has learnt.

Huge loss incurred as fertilizer stocks languish at port

Over 370k quintals of fertilizers unused due to quality problems Unclaimed stocks of fertilizers that was supposed to be transported to the hinterland remains accumulated at the Port of Djibouti for three years, leaving the nation liable for extra cost, including demurrage, interest rate and penalty fees amounting to over 572 million birr, and counting, according to the Ethiopian Agricultural Works Corporation.