Urea Technology Toyo Supplies Urea Technology to India

Editor: Dominik Stephan

Japanese Engineering Experts Toyo supplies Urea technology for a planed fertilizer complex in India. The country is confronted with a growing demand for fertilizer to increase food production to meet the rising demand prompted by the growing population.

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(Picture: Toyo India)
(Picture: Toyo India)

Tokyo/Japan – Toyo Engineering will provide Urea technology for a new plant in India. A corresponding contract covering licensing and development of basic design for a urea production plant in a JAL fertilizer complex to be constructed at Kanpur was recently concluded by Yutaka Yamada, President and CEO of Toyo. The planned complex will consist of an ammonia plant with a production capacity of 2,200 tons per day and a urea plant with 2 trains of 1,925 tons per day each. The ammonia process will be based on the technology from KBR (US) while the urea process will utilize Toyo's own technology.

Toyo has completed eleven fertilizer projects in India since it built its first urea plant in 1963. The facilities are scheduled for completion of the basic design this December.