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ICS: a model of cooperation
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Industries Chimiques du Sénégal (I.C.S.) is a product of South-South cooperation, and more specifically of the convergence between India's significant need for phosphoric acid to produce fertilizer, and the availability of a high quality phosphate mine in Senegal.

ICS is Senegal's largest industrial complex, producing:
 
  • marketable phosphate, from a mine in TAÏBA, located some 100 km from DAKAR,
  • phosphoric acid (P2O5), in two adjacent plants located in DAROU, near the mine,
  • fertilizers (DAP, NPK, SSP/TPS) in a plant located in MBAO (18 km outside of DAKAR).

The ICS industrial complex also includes:

  • marketing of its products and production of pesticides, through its SENCHIM subsidiary,
  • rail transportation, through its SEFICS subsidiary,
  • logistics (Port Terminal and crane, sea-lines for ammonia and acid),
  • water supply (boreholes in MÉKHÉ) and electrical power production.
Breakdown of the Capital of the ICS Group

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