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Fertilizer International
The magazine for the global fertilizer industry


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May/June issue


ADSALES CLOSING DATE FOR JULY/AUGUST ISSUE: 8TH JULY

  • Fertilizer plant revamping – technology & projects
    The refurbishment and modernisation of fertilizer plants offers the opportunity to reduce operating costs, raise production capacity, improve energy efficiency and cut emissions.
  • Sulphur forming technology
    To enable global trading and long-distance shipment, it is generally necessary to solidify sulphur into forms suitable for handling and transport. Granulation, prilling, and pastillation are some of the technologies used to produce solid sulphur from molten material. Similar technologies are also used to manufacture sulphur fertilizers.
  • Innovation showcase
    A selection of innovative products and technologies that have recently been brought to market.
  • Resource efficient phosphate production
    The phosphate fertilizer industry is turning to production methods that can consume low-grade phosphate rock and/or generate pure gypsum as a by-product. Gypsum-free processes, and technologies that capture phosphorus from waste streams, are also on the rise.
  • Australian SOP projects
    Australia is capitalising on its abundant sulphate of potash (SOP) resources and finally emerging as an SOP producing and exporting country. We profile vanguard producers and provide an update on leading projects.
  • Fertilizer futures & derivatives
    In response to commodity market volatility, fertilizer buyers and sellers are increasingly looking at ways to manage price fluctuations and their exposure to risk. This has led to growth in the derivatives market and the trade in futures contracts.

To promote your company and its products and services in the July/August issue of Fertilizer International in print and online, please email Tina Firman.


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The leading bi-monthly journal for the global fertilizer industry – analysing worldwide developments, as well as assessing the wider economic and political factors that impact on agricultural and fertilizer markets.

Fertilizer International is the only publication to cover the entire industry, with a special section dedicated to the phosphates and potash industries.

Both in print and online, Fertilizer International provides readers with project reports, trade analysis, production and consumption data, logistics patterns, technological developments and regular overviews of agronomic issues, making it essential reading for industry professionals worldwide.

Fertilizer International enjoys a high-calibre worldwide readership among industry decision-makers, leading sector analysts and production technology experts.
 

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And not only will you receive 6 printed issues, but also 6 digital issues to access whenever and wherever you choose plus a copy of Fertilizer Industry Directory - the buyer’s guide to products, services, plant and equipment complete with its worldwide guide to fertilizer suppliers (worth UK £250).
 

Media Prospectus & Editorial Programme

For Advertising Enquiries, please contact:

Tina Firman - tina.firman@bcinsight.com

For Editorial Enquiries, please contact:

Simon Inglethorpe, Editor simon.inglethorpe@bcinsight.com

Latest issue:
May/June 2022

  • Fertilizer financial scorecard
  • Liquid fertilizers
  • Clean power at sulphuric acid plants
  • Enhanced mix-granulation in a single machine
  • Pathways to green ammonia
  • Fast delivery of productive, efficient green ammonia plants
  • The flexible green ammonia plant
  • Who's who in pumps and pipes
  • World-class pumps for phosphates production
  • Anglo American: sustainability excellence in the fertilizer sector
  • Anglo American: sustainability excellence in the fertilizer sector
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Cost UK £300
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Subscription package consists of:

6 x printed magazines
6 x online (PDF) magazines
1 x Fertilizer Industry Directory