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As one of the world’s largest and most advanced fertilizer company, Koch Fertilizer, LLC, and its affiliates offer a vast array of production, research and marketing capabilities worldwide, from North America to South America, Europe to China.


Production, Terminals & Logistics

In addition to production capacity in the United States, Koch Fertilizer affiliates own interests in production plants in Canada, and Trinidad and Tobago.


To ensure stable fertilizer supply for customers, Koch Fertilizer offers global reach through numerous strategically located state-of-the-art terminals in the U.S., Canada, Mexico, Brazil, Australia, France and the United Kingdom. The companies receive and ship products via truck, rail and barge.


Marketing & Trading Production & Distribution


Koch Fertilizer, LLC, and its affiliates’ marketing representatives cover global demand with personnel in Wichita, Kansas; Brandon, Manitoba; Geneva; London, UK; Cayman Islands; Paris, France; Beijing; Melbourne, Australia; and Singapore.


Koch Fertilizer has production interests in the following areas:


Brandon , Manitoba

  • Koch Fertilizer Canada, ULC – Plant and terminal system serving the important agricultural area in Canada and the northern United States. The plant produces anhydrous ammonia, urea, UAN solutions, nitric acid, ammonium nitrate solution, ammonium polyphosphate, and ammonium thiosulfate.

Trinidad and Tobago

  • Point Lisas Nitrogen Limited – Affiliates of Koch Fertilizer own 50 percent of PLN, which owns an ammonia plant in the country, along with the rights to market 50 percent of PLN’s ammonia production.

  • Caribbean Nitrogen Company Limited – Affiliates of Koch Nitrogen own a minority equity interest in CNC and has the rights to market 100 percent of CNC’s ammonia production.
  • Nitrogen (2000) Unlimited – Affiliates of Koch Nitrogen own a minority equity interest in N2000, which owns an ammonia plant in the country, along with the rights to market 100 percent of N2000’s production.


 
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