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IMGS Group invests in fertiliser blending facilities

IMGS Group has invested in fertiliser blending facilities at its distribution centres for the use of various customers.

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The company said that its equipment allows local importers and wholesalers to blend various types of fertilisers to create a mix that is required by their customers or for the optimum use in local agriculture.


IMGS Kenya has reported a busy season handling a variety of bulk cargoes at the Port of Mombasa. Fertilisers and grains are handled through a variety of equipment that IMGS Group owns and operates in the country.


IMGS Kenya also offers storage, warehousing, trucking and distribution services throughout the country.


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