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  • Maire Tecnimont Group
    Milan, Italy
    Maire Tecnimont S.p.A. heads an industrial group (the Maire Tecnimont Group) very active in the international Engineering & Construction (E&C), and Technology & Licensing markets, with specific competences in process plants, particularly in the hydrocarbons segment (Oil & Gas, Petrochemicals and Fertilizers). In the fertilizers sector, through Stamicarbon B.V., its licensing and innovation center, the Maire Tecnimont Group holds a 54% market share in licensing urea plants and urea revamping technologies (#1 worldwide), as well as in licensing urea granulation technology (#2 worldwide). Further, through its main EPC contractor Tecnimont S.p.A. the Group provides a wide and integrated range of services, from feasibility studies to basic engineering, from selecting the technology to developing lump-sum turnkey projects, with a track record of 98 ammonia and 74 urea plants completed worldwide since 1924, Tecnimont being approved contractor of KBR’s (ammonia) and Stamicarbon’s technologies (urea melt, urea granulation and UAN). Moreover its process engineering contractor KT – Kinetics Technology licenses and supplies Sulphur Recovery Units worldwide, from small to very large-scale production capacity. Leveraging its in-house proprietary technology portfolio with over 1100 individual patents, the Group operates in approximately 40 different countries, numbering around 50 operative companies and a workforce of about 5400 employees, of whom over half outside Italy, along with 3,000 professionals in Electrical & Instrumentation. For more information please visit our website using the link below.
  • Stamicarbon BV
    Sittard, Netherlands
    Stamicarbon is the world’s leading name in the design, licensing and development of urea plants for the fertilizer and plant nutrition industry. We have the pioneering vision to help enable the world to feed itself and improve the quality of life. Our 70 years’ experience enables us to offer outstanding fertilizer technology, materials & quality standards to our customers. We are always in the lead with innovation, for example: our Granulation Technology has the lowest emissions, unparalleled synthesis conversion allows us to provide simple and reliable designs, plus we provide the best corrosion-resistant material for HP synthesis- SAFUREX®. What sets us apart from our competition is our Full Life Cycle philosophy. This means we offer continuous support through the whole life cycle of your plant with our Full Life Cycle services & technology series: LAUNCH-series (creating your plant), ADVANCE-series (optimizing your plant) and EVOLVE-series (upgrading & debottlenecking your plant). On top of that we have a renowned reputation globally. We have the largest number of references (licensed more than 250 urea plants worldwide), own 50% world market share in urea-technology-licensing in grassroots and revamps (completed more than 100 revamp projects) and have the largest number of ammonia and EPC sourcing possibilities. Together with our excellent network of reputable partners we can provide all the technologies, equipment, products and services you need to run a profitable urea plant.
  • EIRICH, Maschinenfabrik Gustav Eirich
    Hardheim, Germany
    EIRICH as specialist in material preparation systems offers inter alia solutions and top technologies for the production of fertilizers and soil improvers. The company develops and manufactures machines and equipment for industrial processing technology with processes such as granulation, drying and, in particular, mixing and fine grinding. The family enterprise offers its customers stand-alone machines with process peripherals right through to turnkey processing plants. The company has been operating in industrial mixing technology for over 100 years. Today approx. 600 employees work at the company headquarters in Hardheim, Germany.
  • B&P Littleford
    Saginaw, United States of America
  • CEAMAG
    Trappes, France
  • Euragglo SAS
    Quievrechain, France
  • Forbon Technology Co., Ltd
    Wuhan, Peoples Republic of China

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