Largest phosphate transport loaded to capacity in Aqaba

(Photo: Jordan Phosphate Mines Company)
AMMAN — Jordan Phosphate Mines Company said on Wednesday that laborers working at the phosphate port in Aqaba started loading the Star Gwyneth ship with some 80,800 tonnes of phosphate to export to the Indian Company Iveco, according to Al-Mamlaka TV.اضافة اعلان

CEO of Jordan Phosphate Mines Company Abdul Wahab Al-Rawad said in a press statement that the ship, which docked at the quay on Tuesday, is the largest phosphate-carrying ship to have dropped anchor in the port since it was established, and the shipment is the largest in the history of the company.

Rawad stressed that the loading process is going on at maximum capacity, and is expected to be completed in record time, which reflects the efficiency of the port and its workers, and the ability of the phosphate company to fulfill its obligations on time.

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