The company announced this this week. It already has a first European plant in Rouen (France), which has been in operation since September 2017.
“The new plant in Geleen will be the group’s second Thio-Sul plant in Europe. With this, we are further expanding our local presence in the liquid fertiliser market for precision agriculture,” explains Geert Gyselinck, Executive Vice President of Tessenderlo Kerley International.
The start of construction work in Geleen is planned for April 2022. The plant is scheduled to be commissioned in the second quarter of 2023, and will employ around 20 people.