The Russian manufacturer of fertilizers EuroChem Group AG is planning to set up an ammonia terminal at Sillamae, Estonia for 15 million Euros to supply an ammonia factory that is about to be built in the town of Kingisepp in Russia, not far from the Estonian-Russian border.
The liquid chemicals terminal at Sillamae is operated by the EuroChem subsidiary EuroChem Terminal Sillamae AS, which made a profit of 2.5 million Euros from sales of 5.7 million Euros in the last financial year. The company employed on average 26 people, translated into full-time jobs, and wage costs ...
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