Esfordi Phosphate Output Up 48%

Esfordi Phosphate Industrial & Mineral Complex’s production during the last Iranian year (ended 20 March 2019), up 48% YOY.

Esfordi Phosphate Industrial & Mineral Complex, produced 86,579 tonnes of phosphate concentrate during the last Iranian year (ended March 20,2019), registering a 48 percent growth compared with the previous year.

The company’s production over the period registering an 84% growth compared with the production plan (47,040 tonnes).

During the period under review, the company extracted 355,682 tonnes of mineral.

Esfordi Phosphate Complex, as a subsidiary of Iran Minerals Production and Supply Company, is located in Bafq County in Yazd Province.

News No: 4354
Date: 2019/04/17 - 10:46
News Source: IMIDRO

Esfordi Phosphate  Phosphate  Yazd  Bafq  mineral 


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