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FertLink Continues to Expand Fertiliser Operations

Fertiliser producer FertLink, the joint venture fertiliser business owned by Glasson Grain, part of the Wynnstay Group, and NW Trading, has announced that it is to set up a new production facility based at Goole in partnership with Thomas Bell.

The new operation based, at NW Trading’s extensive port facilities in Goole on Humberside, will bring together the experience of fertiliser blending of the Glasson business, and the fertiliser marketing and logistics expertise of Thomas Bell.

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The brand new state of the art plant has been designed to manufacture and pack a full range of agricultural fertilisers to consistently high quality standards.

Andrew Major, Managing Director, Thomas Bell comments:
‘Our partnership with the Glasson fertilizer business in the new facility at Goole will enable us to offer a full range of quality fertiliser products to our customers, and ensure that we continue to offer the high levels of service that they have come to expect from Thomas Bell.’

Robert Ingham, Fertiliser Director Glasson Grain comments:
‘We are pleased to be announcing an exciting expansion of our fertiliser business with a new plant at Goole in addition to our existing facilities at Glasson and Birkenhead. We are delighted to be working in partnership on this new venture with Thomas Bell, and I believe that with the excellent location and port facilities at NW Trading’s premises in Goole, we are ideally situated to combine the strengths of all three Companies to offer our customers a high level of quality, service and competiveness in the fertiliser market.’

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