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If you are interested in supporting the forthcoming Phosphates Conference, then please contact: Kay Beloe

In participation with

IFA

IFA

The International Fertilizer Industry Association (IFA) is a non profit organization that represents the global fertilizer industry, on issues related to the promotion of plant nutrients, improvement of the operating environment of the member companies and the collection and compilation of industry information. IFA members serve farmers everywhere as they meet the world’s growing food, feed, fibre and bioenergy needs in a sustainable manner.

IFA is based in Paris, France, has 525 members in 85 countries. About half of the membership is based in developing countries. IFA member companies represent all activities related to the production, trade, transport and distribution of every type of fertilizer, their raw materials and intermediates. IFA’s membership also includes organizations involved in construction, engineering, consulting, agronomic research and training.


Ratings Partner

Fitch Ratings

Fitch Ratings

Dedicated to providing value beyond the rating, Fitch Ratings is a leading provider of credit ratings, commentary, and research. Fitch Group is a global leader in financial information services and is comprised of: Fitch Ratings, Fitch Solutions, and Fitch Learning. With dual headquarters in London and New York, Fitch Group is owned by Hearst.
In 2017, Fitch Ratings and CRU Group announced a strategic agreement to incorporate CRU’s expertise in the Metals and Mining sectors into Fitch’s industry research and credit analysis.


Official Publications

Fertilizer International

Fertilizer International

Fertilizer International - A unique perspective on the global fertilizer industry. Serving the industry for over 40 years, Fertilizer International provides a journal of record for the global fertilizer business. The magazine analyses developments in the world fertilizer industry worldwide, as well as assessing the wider economic and political factors that impact on agricultural and fertilizer markets. Fertilizer International’s editorial coverage includes regional, country and company profiles, interviews with industry leaders and reviews of trade, production, consumption, logistics and technology, plus overviews of agronomic issues.

Fertilizer Week

Fertilizer Week

Fertilizer Week brings together 200+ global fertilizer prices assessed weekly across all nutrients and major fertilizer products in a single service, based on a robust and transparent methodology, supported by analysis and market-moving news.

Our reputation for robustness and transparency, and the fact that our high-quality price assessments are IOSCO adherent, means that our customers can rely on CRU prices in negotiations in all the key regional markets. Fertilizer Week is supported by CRU’s global team of analysts and price assessors, based in Europe, North America, China and India.


Supporting Publications

World Fertilizer

World Fertilizer

With eight issues a year, World Fertilizer magazine is a key outlet for the publication of expert technical articles and incisive analysis that cover the global fertilizer manufacturing industry.

Whilst the website keeps the industry up to date with the latest developments, deals and project news, the magazine provides a platform for leading companies and commentators to discuss the major fertilizer trends and technologies of today and the future in greater detail. Features range from market analysis and regional reports to plant design and materials processing. Each issue has an average circulation of over 7750, reaching a targeted global readership comprising plant managers, chemical engineers and CEOs. 

World Fertilizer is part of the Palladian Publications Ltd group of magazines, which includes industry-leading, established titles such as Hydrocarbon Engineering, LNG Industry, World Cement and World Pipelines.

For your free copy of World Fertilizer please register at: https://www.worldfertilizer.com/magazine/world-fertilizer/register/



Eurasian Chemical Market

Eurasian Chemical Market

’Eurasian Chemical Market’ is an independent, international and information and analytical agency, focused on publishing reviews of industry trends and market conditions as regarding separate chemical products.   
Eurasian Chemical Market is one of the leading providers of analytical researches, market data, consulting services devoted to the CIS markets in fine organic chemicals, inorganic chemicals, polymers, agricultural chemicals, paints and coatings, mechanical rubber goods and specialty chemicals.


Supporting Organisation

International Fertiliser Society (IFS)

International Fertiliser Society (IFS)

The International Fertiliser Society has regularly held meetings and conferences for over 70 years. Topics covered range from raw material mining and shipping, through fertiliser plant design, production processes, safety, distribution and marketing, to fertiliser usage, crop production, soil management and environmental protection. As the industry evolves, so do we.

The written technical papers presented at our conferences are published and now number over 840. Copies of these Proceedings are available from the website, with Members being able to download these for free.

The Society’s status as an independent membership society means that is is uniquely positioned to bring together research, expertise and practice in a non-commercial, apolitical forum.

The Sustainable Phosphorus Alliance (SPA)

The Sustainable Phosphorus Alliance (SPA)

The Sustainable Phosphorus Alliance is a membership organization that serves as North America’s central forum and advocate for the sustainable use, recovery, and recycling of phosphorus in the food system. We collaborate with our members and supporters to innovate and implement evidence-based solutions to the phosphorus sustainability challenge, to be shared and accessible to the community. Please visit us at PhosphorusAlliance.org

The European Sustainable Phosphorus Platform (ESPP)

The European Sustainable Phosphorus Platform (ESPP)

The European Sustainable Phosphorus Platform (ESPP) promotes the implementation of sustainable phosphorus management in Europe, in particular phosphorus recycling. ESPP brings together a range of different industries (water and waste companies, mineral and organic fertilisers, chemicals, recycling technologies), knowledge institutes and public establishments.

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