The two companies will collaborate to offer operational consulting and training services
OCP and DuPont are pleased to announce today the creation of a joint venture to provide consulting and training services to improve the safety, operational and environmental performance of companies in Morocco and other African countries. The joint venture will be named DuPont OCP Operations Consulting, and DuPont and OCP will each hold 50 percent of its share capital.Document to download
OCP Group announces the implementation of the "OCP Trading Floor". Its launch is part of the Group’s ambitious financial strategy aiming, among others, to a perfect control to the financial flows, as well as to the management of financial risks.Document to download
The OCP Group and OCP Foundation announce the 2013 OCP Fruit & Vegetable Caravan, from Ouled Hassoune village within the Marrakesh region.
The Caravan, which has been organized in partnership with the Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries along with the principal retailers of OCP fertilizer, expects to travel along its way throughout April in a four-stage journey through the South of Morocco. After Marrakesh, the 2013 OCP Fruit & Vegetable Caravan will be successively set up in Agadir, Guelmim and Laayoune.Document to download
The OCP Group is launching a new business model in Brazil, designed to further enhance the predictable and affordable supply of phosphate based fertilizers to farmers across Brazil. OCP is building on its successful marketing presence in Brazil, through “OCP do Brasil”, by launching “OCP Fertilizantes Ltda”, a first-of-its-kind single nutrient distribution channel in Brazil.Document to download
OCP S.A and the Islamic Development Bank (IDB) signed February 27th, 2013 in Casablanca, a financial agreement of 150 million US dollars. This amount of money allows a partial funding of the extension project, as well as the rehabilitation of port infrastructures exploited by OCP at Jorf Lasfar.Document to download
OCP Group organized on February 19th, 2013 in Mumbai, India, the first regional meeting within the Global Food Security Initiative (GFSI). This workshop falls within the Forum of food security held on March 2012 in Rabat. This Forum gathered more than 350 national and international experts. The objective of this meeting was to identify “the best Indian agricultural practices” that contributed to the success of the Green Revolution of this countryDocument to download