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UK: New soluble powders plant for Omex Agrifluids

Omex Agrifluids, designer, manufacturer and supplier of soluble nutrient products, is powering ahead with a new soluble powders plant at the company’s King’s Lynn headquarters in Eastern England. Export director Peter Prentis says: “We are in the process of expanding and upgrading our capacity to manufacture fully soluble powder NPK products for the international marketplace. Our Kings Lynn manufacturing plant will now have its own expanded production site for this increasingly important product range. Expansion of our operations to significantly increase manufacturing capacity is testimony to Omex Agrifluids’ full confidence in the rapidly expanding global market for quality soluble powder products.”



Regional director Alan Lowes whose remit includes Africa and Latin America says: “The Omex brand and company is recognised throughout the world as an innovative producer of high quality reputable soluble nutrient products.” Peter Prentis whose export market responsibilities include Europe, the Middle East and Asia says: “Much of our business includes bespoke productions to suit individual country requirements by adapting formulation to meet the needs of local farmers and growers”.



“Demand for high quality top-end soluble powders has been increasing for some time and particularly for companies making large investments in crop irrigation, and especially drip irrigation systems for both outdoor crops and those grown undercover” says Peter Prentis. “Such cultivation operations require high purity and total solubility for the fertigation methods used in relation to crop growth and development and the performance, maintenance and longevity of the equipment,” adds Alan Lowes.

“This brand new facility at King’s Lynn offering enlarged capacity with faster and more efficient production is an example of Omex Agrifluids responding to modern market demands and requirements,” says Peter Prentis and Alan Lowes.

For more information:
Omex Agrifluids
Saddlebow Road, King’s Lynn, Norfolk, PE34 3JA, United Kingdom
T: +44 1553 817500
F: +44 1553 817501
agrifluids@omex.com
www.omex.com

Publication date: 10/31/2017

 


 

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