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Incitec to ramp up high grade urea output

By Andrew Norris
Updated December 21 2021 - 6:12pm, first published 6:00pm
Prime Minister Scott Morrison tries his hand at AdBlue quality assurance testing during a recent visit to Incitec Pivot's Gibson Island plant near Brisbane. Photo: Jared Vethaak
Prime Minister Scott Morrison tries his hand at AdBlue quality assurance testing during a recent visit to Incitec Pivot's Gibson Island plant near Brisbane. Photo: Jared Vethaak

More high grade urea for AdBlue production is on its way, both in the form of a shipment from Indonesia, and from Incitec Pivot Ltd, which is upgrading its Gibson Island plant near Brisbane to increase onshore AdBlue manufacture.

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