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Most phosphate fertilizers are produced from phosphate rock, notably igneous apatite and sedimentary phosphorite. Phosphate ore is extracted and processed into phosphate rock concentrates, grading from 15% to 41% P2O5.


– Phosphoric Acid
– Mono-Ammonium Phosphate (MAP)
– Di-Ammonium Phosphate (DAP)
– Triple Superphosphate (TSP)
– Single Superphosphates


Sulfur elements are essential nutrients contributing to 0.2-0.5% of a plant’s nutritional ingredient. It is known for its role in the synthesis of plant proteins and in boosting nitrogen use efficiency. Sulfur functions are similar to those of Nitrogen. Sulfur is a constituent of amino acids, vitamins, and many protein enzymes which regulate photosynthesis and Nitrogen fixation.
It is largely associated with improving crop quality. Crops with a high oil content (such as oilseed rape) have a particularly high sulfur requirement.
Sulfur collaborated with Nitrogen to grow the plant more effectively, so crops with a high nitrogen requirement, tend to have sulfur as well. TCT sourced and transported tons of high-quality molten, formed, and prilled Sulphur to different clients inside and outside the Middle-East.


– Sulfur
– MSulfuric Acid


Nitrogen is the essence of life; an essential nutrient for plant growth, development, and reproduction. It produces the greatest yield response of all nutrients, as well as the highest return on investment. As Nitrogen is a significant component of DNA and RNA, imagine what it does to your soil! It promotes rapid vegetative growth and gives plants a healthy green color largely due to its presence within chlorophyll – the compound by which plants photosynthesis.
It is the genetic material that allows cells to grow and reproduce, not to mention its contribution to protein formation so never underestimate the need of your soil for Nitrogen. TCT shipped several bulk Nitrogen fertilizers successfully taking into consideration all the safety measures for the cargo due to its high hygroscopic and explosive nature.


– Ammonia
– Urea
– Ammonium Sulfate
– Ammonium Nitrate (AN)
– Calcium Ammonium Nitrate (CAN)
– Urea – Ammonium Nitrate (UAN)


Potassium ores are originated from marine sources and are extracted either by underground mining, solution mining or evaporation of brines from water bodies. The K2O content of derived potassium products ranges from 14 to 61% K2O.


– MOP (Potash)
– Nitrate of Potassium NOP