ThyssenKrupp wins plant order exceeding 1 bln euros
FRANKFURT Nov 2 (Reuters) - German steel and technology group ThyssenKrupp won an order from CF Industries Holdings worth more than 1 billion euros ($1.29 billion) to build two fertiliser plants in the United States.
The two plants - one in Port Neal, Iowa and one in Donaldsonville, Louisiana - will help reduce the dependence of the United States on fertiliser imports from the Middle East and North Africa by using North American gas reserves, Thyssen said on Friday.
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