IFFCO

AcronymDefinition
IFFCOIndian Farmers Fertiliser Cooperative Limited
IFFCOInternational Foodstuffs Co.
IFFCOImplicit Filtering for Constrained Optimization (algorithm)
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159 lakh, whereas commission received from IFFCO TOKIO General Insurance Company Ltd for the first quarter of the current financial year is to the tune of Rs.
"We are delighted to be embarking on a long-term partnership with IFFCO, an organisation with a wide reach and a proud history in India and a substantial profile in the global fertilizer market.
Major organization : INDIAN FARMERS FERTILISER COOPERATIVE (IFFCO)
Sharjah-based IFFCO has chosen ExpoCulinaire to launch its latest product geared towards the foodservice market.
"The 7th edition of the report titled 'World Cooperative Monitor 2018' has named IFFCO as the number one cooperative in the world based on the ratio of turnover over gross domestic product (GDP) per capita."
Kapur is also a board member at Oman India Fertiliser Co (Omifco), which is owned 50 per cent by Oman Oil Co and remaining 50 per cent jointly owned by India's IFFCO and Krishak Bharati Cooperative Ltd (KRIBHCO).
Iffco, one of the world's biggest producers of fertilisers, has provided a guarantee to buy the urea plant's output for 15 years on a take-or-pay basis.
IFFCO Pakistan firmly believes its Savannah Beauty Soap collection with Fine Fragrances would be well-received by all customers.
Congratulating farmers and the members for their firm faith in IFFCO's endeavours, Chairman Nakai informed: "During its 50 years, IFFCO has established itself as one of the largest cooperative in the world with membership base of around 35,000 Indian Cooperative Societies and as one of the biggest fertiliser cooperative.
At IFFCO Chowk, 365 fatal accidents occurred last year, which is one such mishap every day, he added.
"The relationship and trust between India and United Arab Emirates (UAE) goes beyond political, economic and social factors, "said Vishal Pandit, Group Director, IFFCO Group.
The joint venture between IFFCO (Indian Farmers Fertilizer Cooperative Limited) and JPMC (Jordanian Phosphate Mines Company) plant, which was conceived in 2007, is now operational in the town of Eshidiya in southern Jordan Following the Inauguration, Chairman of the Jordan Phosphate Mines Company (JPMC), Amer al-Majali, said, in a speech before the leaders of the two countries, that the company has adopted a strategy to convert rock phosphates into added-value products,nationally and in partnership with the world's largest producers and consumers of fertilizers.