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Fauji Fertilizer Company Limited (FFCL), is a listed company on the stock exchenage, incorporated in 1978. It was a joint venture between Fauji Foundation Pakistan and M/S Haldor Topsoe A/S Denmark. Fauji Foundation holds the majority shares (44.35%) and has management control of the company.


At Goth Machhi, in District Rahim Yar Khan, FFC operates the largest fertilizer producing complex in Pakistan. Plant I, commissioned in 1982, now has an upgraded capacity of 695,000 metric tons per annum. Plant II, commissioned in 1993, has the capacity of 635,000 metric tons per annum. They are amongst the largest single train urea plants in the world. The acquisition of the Pak Saudi plant at Mirpur Mathelo (60 km away in District Ghotki) in 2002, now known as Plant III, added another 574,000 metric tons to the annual capacity, which was upgraded to 718,000 metric tons in 2008. The combined production capacity of FFCL is now over 2 million metric tons per annum.


FFC, along with Fauji Foundation, sponsored Fauji Jordan Fertilizer Company (FJFC) in 1993 and continues to be a major shareholder in Fauji Fertilizer Bin Qasim Limited (FFBL), the new name of FJFC since 2003. FFBL is the sole manufacturer of DAP and Urea (Granular) in Pakistan. FFC is performing the joint marketing & distribution of Urea and DAP under the 'Sona' brand name.

For more information click here: Fauji Fertilizer Company's website

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