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II. Presentation of the heading of the chemical companies of Jorf Lasfar
1. Overview on the heading of the chemical companies of JORF LASFAR:
In order to create a new pole of industrial and social development in the area of EL JADIDA and to contribute to decentralization and regional development in accordance with the high directives of His Majesty the King, the Office Office Cherifien des Phosphates has decided to build a new industrial complex at "Jorf Lasfar" which is located 25 km south of El Jadida, thus doubling its capacity for recovering phosphates.
The Jorf Lasfar site was selected for the establishment of a significant complex, given the following advantages:
Proximity to mining areas allowing child sustenance in phosphate (Khouribga and Youssoufia)
Conditions conducive to the construction of a port with a very significant draft thus allowing the reception of a boat with tonnage fortification;
Availability of seawater and freshwater nearby;
Ability of the site to receive major other industrial establishments.
Recall that the policy adopted by the group in the field of tight clamp recovery to respond to changes in the world market for phosphate products whose structure is changing to the benefit of intermediate products (TSP), diammonics (DAP) and Ammoniumsulfo-phosphate ( ASP).
The industrial complex is an extension of the units already built and put into administration at SAFI standard by the Office Chérifien group of phosphates:
Maroc Chimie I in 1965.
Maroc Chimie II and Maroc phosphore I in 1976.
Morocco phosphorus II in 1981.
The Morocco phosphorus III – IV complex started on 03/03/1986 and allows to produce annually:
Millions of tones of phosphoric acid with a content of 29% P205, which can be clarified and concentrated to 54% P205
The recovered phosphate comes from Khouribga and the sulfur imported from outside.
About half of the creation is locally transformed into fertilizer, notably DAP or ASP and TSP.