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PRICES

WorldFertilizerMarket (WFM) provides weekly reports on mineral fertilizers and raw materials prices. Our price reporting services present accurate and reliable price assessments as they are based on direct communication with market players and semi-annually revised
WFM’s methodology.


FOB    CFR    DAP    CPT    EXW

WFM offers accurate price discovery across 122 key active price benchmarks as well as current information for global fertilizer and raw material markets across the core products.

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RESEARCH

Our analysts have extensive experience of conducting large-scale chemical market researches.

Review of global and CIS NPK fertilizer markets

Review of global and CIS ammonium nitrate markets

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NEWS

AMMONIA    AMMONIUM NITRATE    AMMONIUM SULPHATE

AMMONIUM SULPHATE NITRATE    CAN    DAP    MAP    NP

NPK    SULPHUR    SULPHURIC ACID    UAN  ■  UREA

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STATISTICSWorldFertilizerMarket provides subscribers with different kinds of statistical data as a part of weekly report.

WFM. Nitrogen Weekly      WFM. Phosphates&NPK Weekly

WFM. Ammonia Weekly   ■   WFM. Sulphur Weekly 

Each of four publications has Operative Statistics with the information updated weekly and Accumulative one with the data renewed monthly.
 
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OUR PRODUCTS

21.01.2021USA's ammonia imports up m-o-mImporters keep receiving regular cargoes of Trinidadian ammonia....
19.01.2021Trammo and Proton Ventures to collaborate on green ammonia projectsTrammo DMCC, a merchandising and trading company owned by Trammo,...
19.01.2021Trammo sources ammonia from Australia Trammo has recently bought some ammonia by Australia’s IPL via...
14.01.2021Gemlik’s ammonia sells abroad Amid an uptrend in the Black Sea region and limited availability of...
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21.01.2021Afer Bulgaria lifts phosphates pricesAfer Bulgaria has increased quotes for the DAP and the MAP made by...
19.01.2021India's RCF closes DAP tender without offersRCF has received no offers for 100,000 t (+/-5%) of DAP at the...
14.01.2021India’s RCF issues DAP purchase tenderRCF issued a tender to buy 100,000 t (+/-5%) of bulk DAP on 8...
13.01.2021Moroccan DAP may sail for Germany or Poland soonA company, Helm presumably, is going to load around 22,000 t of bulk...
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21.01.2021UAN rises in value in Western EuropeAs UAN demand from retailers and farmers has picked up in Germany,...
21.01.2021AS demand picks up in TurkeyThe availability of AS seems insufficient to meet seasonal demand in...
21.01.2021German farmers prefer CAN to urea with inhibitorsDemand for urea with inhibitors is still weak in Germany as prices...
21.01.2021Granular urea FOB Egypt prices beat five-year recordUrea trade is still lively in Egypt, encouraging suppliers to raise...
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18.01.2021Kazakhstan’s sulphur output up m-o-m in DecemberThe country’s sulphur output went 6.9% down year on year and 0.6% up...
15.01.2021India's FACT buys sulphurThe Indian market for imported sulphur is calm. FACT has awarded its...
13.01.2021FACT invites sulphuric acid tender offersFACT has issued a tender to purchase two 10,000-tonne sulphuric acid...
13.01.2021Muntajat closes sulphur sales tenderMuntajat has closed its tender to sell 35,000 t of February-shipped...
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OUR EVENTS

ONLINE CONFERENCE FERTILIZERS 2021: EASTERN EUROPE, BALTIC STATES AND BALKANS

Video instruction for online conference Fertilizers 2021:
Eastern Europe, Baltic States and Balkans

 

 

ATTENDEES         REGISTER         CONTACTS         PREVIOUS EVENT         PHOTO GALLERY

27 January, Wednesday – first conference day 

10.00 – 11.30 The agricultural development of the EEBB region: large producers and their fertilizer requirements

QUO VADIS UKRAINIAN AGRICULTURE: LESSONS LEARNED FROM IMPACT OF CLIMATE CHANGE SO FAR
Alex Lissitsa, CEO, IMC (Ukraine, 123 000 ha)

THE TOPIC TO BE ANNOUNCED
Nikolay Valkanov, CEO, INTELIAGRO

 

   ■ Changes in requirements depending on cultivated crop in recent years

   ■ Consumers’ needs: quality, specifications and new fertilizer grades

   ■ Preferable supply sources

 

11.30 – 12.00 Networking coffee break
 

12.00 – 13.30 Session-discussion. Fertilizer N, P, K supply in EEBB: changes in production, commodity flows into and inside the region

OPENENING REPORT ON CURRENT MARKET SITUATION IN EEBB
Zhanna Tsyhankova (Glushko), Head of WorldFertilizerMarket, WFM (Chem-Courier)
 

THE TOPIC TO BE ANNOUNCED
Zoltan Bige, Chief Strategy Officer, Owner, Nitrogenmuvek
 

Participants:

Ofelia Nalbant, General Manager, Borealis LAT Romania and Moldova

 

Topics for discussion:

   ■ The current situation and outlook for regional production

   ■ Supply and raw material sources

   ■ Structural shifts in the supplier’s market and the consequent changes in import flows in recent years

   ■ New distribution networks

 

13.30 – 14.00 Networking coffee break
 

14.00 – 15.30 Fertilizer consumption potential in the region

EASTERN EUROPEAN AN/CAN MARKET REVIEW. CONSEQUENCES OF TOUGHER AN STORAGE REGULATIONS IN 2021: CONSUMPTION CUTS OR SUBSTITUTION?
Elizabeth Demertash, Analyst of global fertilizer market, WorldFertilizerMarket (Chem-Courier information agency)

 

   ■ The market structure by fertilizer type

   ■ The climate change and its influence on agriculture: decreasing fertilizer consumption in the EEBB region because of drought, growing demand for liquid fertilizers

   ■ The market development scenarios following the European Commission’s efforts to make farmers use 20% less fertilizer
 

15.30 – 18.00 One-to-One networking meeting

Meet the people you want to meet using Fertilizers 2021 online platform. No more missed opportunities. You arrange it all beforehand and we make it happen.

As a registered delegate to the Fertilizers 2021 Online, you will be able to upload your professional profile, see the list of registered delegates and send requests for One-to-One appointments with your target audience.

 

28 January, Thursday – second conference day

 

10.00 – 11.30 Specialty fertilizer grades and the market development in recent years

   ■ Analogues of staple fertilizer grades traded in the region: prospects for ASN and such S-containing fertilizers as CAN+S, UAN+S

   ■ Stabilisednitrogen: whatisnewsincelast year

   ■ Water-soluble fertilizers and their market share in the region

 

11.30 – 12.00 Networking coffee break
 

12.00 – 13.30 Logistics: major sea and river distribution hubs, truck shipping in EEBB 

THE TOPIC TO BE ANNOUNCED
Daniel Jarnea, Head of Marketing Department,National Company Maritime Ports Administration S.A. Constanta
 

THE TOPIC TO BE ANNOUNCED
Ion Nemerenco, CEO, Tracia Trading

 

   ■ The Northern (the Baltic Sea) and the Southern (the Mediterranean and the Black Sea) fertilizer flows into the region: supply changes in recent years

   ■ The key Danube fertilizer port terminals, river navigation problems and probable solutions to them

   ■ Trucks as preferred means of transport, challenges, opportunities and the COVID-19 fallout

   ■ A supplier’s view on regional transport

 

13.30 – 18.00 One-to-One networking meeting 

Meet the people you want to meet using Fertilizers 2021 online platform. No more missed opportunities. You arrange it all beforehand and we make it happen.

As a registered delegate to the Fertilizers 2021 Online, you will be able to upload your professional profile, see the list of registered delegates and send requests for One-to-One appointments with your target audience.

 

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International Online Conference Fertilizers 2021: Eastern Europe, Baltic States & Balkans

ATTENDEES         REGISTER         CONTACTS         PREVIOUS EVENT         PHOTO GALLERY

27 January, Wednesday – first conference day 

10.00 – 11.30 The agricultural development of the EEBB region: large producers and their fertilizer requirements

QUO VADIS UKRAINIAN AGRICULTURE: LESSONS LEARNED FROM IMPACT OF CLIMATE CHANGE SO FAR
Alex Lissitsa, CEO, IMC (Ukraine, 123 000 ha)

THE TOPIC TO BE ANNOUNCED
Nikolay Valkanov, CEO, INTELIAGRO

 

   ■ Changes in requirements depending on cultivated crop in recent years

   ■ Consumers’ needs: quality, specifications and new fertilizer grades

   ■ Preferable supply sources

 

11.30 – 12.00 Networking coffee break
 

12.00 – 13.30 Session-discussion. Fertilizer N, P, K supply in EEBB: changes in production, commodity flows into and inside the region

OPENENING REPORT ON CURRENT MARKET SITUATION IN EEBB
Zhanna Tsyhankova (Glushko), Head of WorldFertilizerMarket, WFM (Chem-Courier)
 

THE TOPIC TO BE ANNOUNCED
Zoltan Bige, Chief Strategy Officer, Owner, Nitrogenmuvek
 

Participants:

Ofelia Nalbant, General Manager, Borealis LAT Romania and Moldova

 

Topics for discussion:

   ■ The current situation and outlook for regional production

   ■ Supply and raw material sources

   ■ Structural shifts in the supplier’s market and the consequent changes in import flows in recent years

   ■ New distribution networks

 

13.30 – 14.00 Networking coffee break
 

14.00 – 15.30 Fertilizer consumption potential in the region

EASTERN EUROPEAN AN/CAN MARKET REVIEW. CONSEQUENCES OF TOUGHER AN STORAGE REGULATIONS IN 2021: CONSUMPTION CUTS OR SUBSTITUTION?
Elizabeth Demertash, Analyst of global fertilizer market, WorldFertilizerMarket (Chem-Courier information agency)

 

   ■ The market structure by fertilizer type

   ■ The climate change and its influence on agriculture: decreasing fertilizer consumption in the EEBB region because of drought, growing demand for liquid fertilizers

   ■ The market development scenarios following the European Commission’s efforts to make farmers use 20% less fertilizer
 

15.30 – 18.00 One-to-One networking meeting

Meet the people you want to meet using Fertilizers 2021 online platform. No more missed opportunities. You arrange it all beforehand and we make it happen.

As a registered delegate to the Fertilizers 2021 Online, you will be able to upload your professional profile, see the list of registered delegates and send requests for One-to-One appointments with your target audience.

 

28 January, Thursday – second conference day

 

10.00 – 11.30 Specialty fertilizer grades and the market development in recent years

   ■ Analogues of staple fertilizer grades traded in the region: prospects for ASN and such S-containing fertilizers as CAN+S, UAN+S

   ■ Stabilisednitrogen: whatisnewsincelast year

   ■ Water-soluble fertilizers and their market share in the region

 

11.30 – 12.00 Networking coffee break
 

12.00 – 13.30 Logistics: major sea and river distribution hubs, truck shipping in EEBB 

THE TOPIC TO BE ANNOUNCED
Daniel Jarnea, Head of Marketing Department,National Company Maritime Ports Administration S.A. Constanta
 

THE TOPIC TO BE ANNOUNCED
Ion Nemerenco, CEO, Tracia Trading

 

   ■ The Northern (the Baltic Sea) and the Southern (the Mediterranean and the Black Sea) fertilizer flows into the region: supply changes in recent years

   ■ The key Danube fertilizer port terminals, river navigation problems and probable solutions to them

   ■ Trucks as preferred means of transport, challenges, opportunities and the COVID-19 fallout

   ■ A supplier’s view on regional transport

 

13.30 – 18.00 One-to-One networking meeting 

Meet the people you want to meet using Fertilizers 2021 online platform. No more missed opportunities. You arrange it all beforehand and we make it happen.

As a registered delegate to the Fertilizers 2021 Online, you will be able to upload your professional profile, see the list of registered delegates and send requests for One-to-One appointments with your target audience.

Learn More