SAEPA

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SAEPASouth African Express Parcel Association
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SAEPA (South Australian Environment Protection Authority) (1996).
In the mid-1980s the capacity to produce fertilisers was expanded, with the focus put on the complex at Gabes operated by SAEPA. One facility at the complex, SAEPA-1, has units to produce 1,500 tons/day of sulphuric acid, two phosphoric acid plants with each having the capacity of 400 tons/day, and 1,000 t/y of DAP.
In the mid-1980s the capacity to produce fertilisers was expanded, with the focus on the complex at Gabes operated by SAEPA. One facility at the complex, SAEPA-1, has units to produce 1,500 tons/day of sulphuric acid, two phosphoric acid plants with each having the capacity of 400 tons/day, and 1,000 t/y of DAP.
Kuwait has an important stake in the Tunisian fertilisers sector, with its Petrochemical Industries Company (PIC) having a 49% equity in four of GCT's subsidiaries: Industries Chimiques Maghrebines (ICM), Societe Industrielle d'Acide Phosphorique et d'Engrais (SIAPE), Societe des Engrais de Gabes (SAEPA), and Compagnie des Industries Chimiques de Gafsa (ICG).
Kuwait has an important stake in the Tunisian fertiliser sector, with its Petrochemical Industries Company (PIC) having 49% equity in four of GCT's subsidiaries: Industries Chimiques Maghrebines (ICM), Societe Industrielle d'Acide Phosphorique et d'Engrais (SIAPE), Societe des Engrais de GabSs (SAEPA), and Compagnie des Industries Chimiques de Gafsa (ICG).
In the mid-1980s fertiliser capacity was expanded, with the focus on the complex at Gabes operated by SAEPA. One facility at the complex, SAEPA-1, has units to produce 1,500 tons/day of sulphuric acid, two phosphoric acid plants with each having the capacity of 400 tons/day, and 1,000 t/y of DAP.