Participating in International Fertilizer Association Conference, SABIC Agri-Nutrients Reviews Sustainable Solutions

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Singapore, October 06, 2022, SPA -- SABIC Agri-Nutrients has participated as an elite sponsor at the International Fertilizer Association Conference that is being held between October 5 and 7, 2022, where it shed light on its commitment as a credible company for providing sustainable and innovative solutions for its clients around the world.
Deputy President for Business at the Company Yazeed Al-Anqari delivered a speech during the opening session, stressing SABIC’s commitment to its responsibility towards challenges facing the food security and environment, and the importance of meeting current needs without affecting the future of the earth.
The second day of the conference saw the company’s host of a reception for its customers, where Al-Anqari reaffirmed SABIC's commitment to its role in serving the agricultural sector by providing sustainable and innovative agricultural nutrients designed to improve the quality and productivity of the plant and obtain the best results, and to help crops grow in different types of soil.
The conference formed an interactive platform that contributed to SABIC's visibility and emphasis on its logo: "Our approach to agriculture is everyone's concern", reflecting the company's desire to respond to major trends in the agriculture sector, related to environmental impacts, food security and agricultural efficiency, where it has adopted initiatives that keep pace with these trends to achieve leading performance among the major companies in this sector and achieve its goal of being the leader in the field of agricultural nutrients at the local and global levels.
SABIC Agri-Nutrients had obtained the world's first independent certification of blue ammonia production, where a leading testing and accrediting agency has granted the company with a certificate for producing blue ammonia with a capacity of 37,800 tons.
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