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IMGS sets up fertiliser operation in Myanmar

IMGS Group handled urea, DAP and NPK fertilisers at a newly opened facility in Myanmar this month.

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IMGS sets up fertiliser operation in Myanmar

After a long tendering and selection process, the company was selected by local representatives to design, build, operate and manage a full-scale fertiliser handling, blending, and distribution programme in the country.


“Our project managers worked tirelessly to ensure the project was kicked off in true IMGS Group style – focusing on quality, efficiency, and above all customer satisfaction,” the company stated.


“IMGS Group also arranged numerous online training classes for operations staff in Myanmar – due to COVID-19 restrictions. Our equipment partners at Rapidpack Corporation supplied all IMGS bulk handling equipment, of which many pieces were custom designed and manufactured for the facility in Myanmar.


“We look forward to further enhancing our network in South East Asia through Q1 2022,” IMGS concluded.


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