Fertiglobe is the world’s largest seaborne exporter of nitrogen fertilizers and MENA's largest producer
Our gross annual production capacity exceeds 4.4 million metric tons of anhydrous ammonia, which is used both as a standalone fertilizer as well as a building block for further nitrogen based fertilizers and industrial chemicals
Our gross annual production capacity exceeds 5 million metric tons of granular urea, the most widely used fertilizer. It is also used to produce other nitrogen fertilizers and industrial chemicals
Diesel Exhaust Fluid
Our urea facilities in Egypt and the United Arab Emirates are equipped with diesel exhaust fluid (DEF) technology. DEF is injected into Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) systems to lower harmful vehicle exhaust emissions from diesel engines
Fertiglobe is the largest seaborne exporter of nitrogen fertilizers globally, and the largest nitrogen producer in the MENA region.
With plants located in the UAE, Egypt and Algeria, Fertiglobe's production capacity comprises of 5 million tons of urea and 1.5 million tons of saleable ammonia annually. It is underpinned by a young asset base and a robust storage and distribution infrastructure, with direct access to key ports on the Mediterranean, Red Sea and Arabian Gulf.
Fertiglobe’s complementary production and distribution locations bring geographic diversity and enhanced market access, benefitting both existing and new customers.
Headquartered in Abu Dhabi, Fertiglobe is a joint venture between OCI and ADNOC, with respective ownership stakes of 58% and 42%.
Countries sold to through a centrally managed global distribution network
million metric tons of sellable urea and merchant ammonia
central point of sales to serve our global customers
Centrally coordinated out of Abu Dhabi, Fertiglobe's global sales and marketing organization is able to directly reach customers through a wide-reaching global network.
Fertiglobe benefits from a robust and strategically positioned global distribution and logistics network, allowing the platform to quickly and easily access its major end-markets.
Fertiglobe’s capacity is located at four subsidiaries in three countries: EBIC and EFC in Egypt, Fertil in the UAE, and Sorfert in Algeria.
Focused on environmentally sound solutions, Fertiglobe is committed to minimizing its environmental footprint and greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions through continuous investment in state-of-the-art technologies. Fertiglobe ensures its products are used in a way which safeguards health, occupational and public safety, as well as the environment.