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FFC – Pakistan’s market leader in fertilizer manufacturing and marketing

Fauji Fertilizer Company Limited (FFC) is the largest fertilizer manufacturing and marketing company in Pakistan. It was incorporated on 08 May, 1978 as a joint venture between Fauji Foundation, Pakistan and M/s Haldor Topsoe A/S of Denmark. The Production from first plant at Goth Machhi commenced from June 1982.

FFC Marketing Group was established in 1979 as part of seeding program to develop market for Company’s fertilizer products and provide Agriculture extension services to farming community. With the passage of time the fertilizer market was developed and demand for Urea increased in the country. FFC took initiative and put up another Urea manufacturing facility at Goth Machhi which commenced commercial production in March 1993. Presently, the Company is operating with three world scale Urea plants with an aggregate design capacity of 2.048 million metric tonnes per annum. Two plants are located in Goth Machhi and one plant at Mirpur Mathelo.

FFC has always been a socially responsible corporate entity with a focused approach on providing finest quality products and services to end users. The Company introduced Agri Services Department right from its inception. FFC established 5 state of the art Farm Advisory Centers where highly qualified Technical Service Officers are striving for transferring latest Agricultural Technology and recommending balanced use of fertilizers. Micro-Nutrient analysis (Zinc, Boron & Iron) and Soil/Water testing facilities are also given to farmers free of cost.

With the passage of time, our soils became deficient in phosphorous and demand for phosphate products increased many folds. FFC together with Fauji Foundation sponsored the establishment of a Urea& DAP complex at port Qasim, Karachi in partnership with Jordan Phosphate Mines Company Ltd (JPMC) of Jordanin November 1993. The name of FJFC was changed to Fauji Fertilizer Bin Qasim Limited (FFBL) in 2003.

The Company has been marketing quality fertilizers for last four decades. FFC’s marketing operations are spread all across the country. Currently, company has 3 sales zones, 13 sales regions and 63 sales districts. Each sale district operates through a well spread dealers as well as warehousing network. In this way company makes sure that its product reaches at the door steps of the farming community, even at the farthest locations of the country.

FFC along with its indigenously produced Urea also markets imported fertilizers through approximately3,500 dealers. Product portfolio includes Urea (Prilled & Granular), DAP (Indigenous & Imported), SOP, MOP and micronutrient (Boron & Zinc). Company markets locally produced macro nutrient of FFC & FFBL and imported micro nutrient products under the brand name of ‘SONA’ while marketing of imported macro nutrient products is done under the brand name of ‘FFC’.

FFC marketed over around 4.1 million tonnes fertilizers in year 2020 only. FFC is the market leader in Pakistan fertilizer industry, catering over 50% demand of Urea & DAP in the country.

FFC’s vision for the 21st century is diversification and establishing projects beyond the territorial limits of the country in collaboration with world famous industrial holdings, believing this will increase Company value and will help in achieving sustainable growth. In pursuit of this goal, FFC, FFBL and Fauji Foundation together have setup a phosphoric acid Plant in Morocco in collaboration with OFFICE CHERIFIEN DES PHOSPHATES (OCP), Morocco under the name of Pakistan Maroc Phosphore S.A. 50% equity is shared by FFC, FFBL and Fauji Foundation.

Fauji Fertilizer Company Ltd remains committed to play its role in the development of agriculture in Pakistan by marketing high quality fertilizers and transferring latest agriculture technology to the customers in the years to come.

Any other information regarding the company and its financials (Annual Report) are available on the company website www.ffc.com.pk.

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