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Oct 22, 2010018332The 170 million IndoJordan Chemicals Company is a joint venture between SPIC, JPMC and the Arab Investment Company (TAIC). IJCC plant produces 700 tonnes per day (tpd) of phosphoric acid and 2000 tpd of sulphuric acid. The company also has a storage terminal at the Red Sea Port of Aqaba in Jordan.
Jun 01, 2019018332Machinery including computers 214 million (2.8%) Aircraft, spacecraft 181.9 million (2.3%) Jordans top 10 exports accounted for over twothirds (67.7%) of the overall value of its global shipments. Fertilizers was the fastestgrowing among Jordans top 10 export categories, up by 23.3% from 2017 to 2018.
AMMAN Jordan Phosphate Mines Company (JPMC) will be raising capital by 10 per cent to JD82.5 million as authorised by shareholders during an extraordinary general assembly meeting last week.The company will be capitalising JD7.5 million of retained earnings and distributing it as bonus shares to shareholders. The general assembly also raised the limit that the company can
Jordan Phosphate Mines Co. is a public shareholding limited company, founded in 1949. Its current capital is JOD 82.5 million. The Company aims at mining and processing phosphate ore in Jordan.. During the last six decades, the Company has assumed its pioneering position among the international companies in the fields of mining and producing fertilizers.
Jordan Phosphate Mines is a mining company based in Jordan. It was founded in 1949 and its main offices are located in Amman. The company operates 3 mining facilities in Jordan and a chemical manufacturing complex in Aqaba.
Nov 04, 2010018332The head office of the company is located at 5 AlShareef Al Radhi St. Shmesani, Amman, Jordan. Phosphate bearing deposits were first discovered in Jordan in 1908 in the AlRuseifa region during the construction of the AlHijazi railroad, approximately 15 km north of Amman, the capital of Jordan.
Jul 07, 2013018332According to a report in the Jordan Times, the Jordan government wants to buy back the share to increase its presence in large strategic companies, particularly in the mining sector. The shares have reportedly been bought by Brunei in 2005 for 111 million from the Jordan government at a time when it aimed to privatise the phosphate sector.
Jordans exports of phosphate increased by 69% to reach JD 447.3 million during 2011 compared to JD 264.96 million achieved during 2010. As for year 2012, Jordans exports of phosphate stood at JD 134.16 million during the first quarter compared to JD 94 million during the same period of year 2011.
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