London, United Kingdom (8th May, 2013) — CRU, independent commodity industry analysis and management consultants in the global metals, mining and fertilizer industries, has launched a new report covering the Ammonium Nitrates market.
Compiled by CRU’s team of expert fertilizer consultants, the Ammonium Nitrates Market Outlook offers a comprehensive insight into the market, covering its recent history and forecasting ahead to 2017. To provide subscribers with a clear understanding of all agricultural and industrial applications of ammonium nitrates, the report focuses on three main products: Fertilizer Grade Ammonium Nitrate (FGAN); Calcium Ammonium Nitrate (CAN); Industrial and Explosive Grade AN.
“With rising European and FSU gas prices, EU trade barriers under review and ammonia and nitric acid production falling under the umbrella of the EU Emissions Trading Scheme, 2013 is set to be a decisive year for the ammonium nitrate market,” said Alistair Wallace, Senior Consultant, Nitrogen.
“With perfect timing, CRU publishes its Ammonium Nitrates Market Outlook report,” said Julie Cunningham of CRU. “There is no other market analysis focused specifically on this industry sector.”
Subscribers to the Market Outlook can expect: to gain an understanding of the latest EU legislations and their impact on European producers; be first to know where new projects are expected to surface; to learn where demand for nitrates is growing the most, and to find ways to future-proof their business by understanding what developments are expected. The Outlook is separated into three extensive chapters and appendices, and subscribers will receive a printed copy as well as online access to PDF and Excel versions.
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CRU Group was established in 1969, and has since become the leading business for independent market analysis and management consultancy across three areas of the global commodity industry: metals, mining and fertilizers. With more than 220 expert staff, CRU employs engineers, economists, geologists, metallurgists and chemists. CRU is based in London, Pittsburgh, Beijing, Santiago and Mumbai, with representative offices in Sydney and Sao Paulo.