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Trammo Expands its Finished Fertilizers Division


January 11, 2023


Trammo GmbH ("Trammo") is pleased to announce that Walter Singer has joined the company in the capacity of Vice President, Urea Product Manager.

Walter will be responsible for worldwide trading activities in urea and other finished fertilizers. The initial focus will be on the European market with supply sourced from Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Azerbaijan and Turkmenistan via Trammo’s Multi-Modal Terminal in Batumi, Georgia which has opened a new logistics corridor for transit of finished fertilizers and other products by vessels, barges and railcars from Central Asia to the West.

Walter, who has been involved in the commodity trading business for more than 20 years, brings a wealth of experience to Trammo. He joins from Eurochem Group AG in Zug, Switzerland where, in his role as Global Head of Urea, he was responsible for managing the urea product line and trading operations.

Vildan Bekirov, Trammo’s Executive Vice President, Product Manager of Sulfur and Finished Fertilizers, said: “On behalf of the Company and its Board of Directors, I would like to welcome Walter to Trammo. Walter has strategic and trading experience in finished fertilizers to help grow the business and will add immediate value to the group.”

Edward Weiner, President and CEO of Trammo, said: “We are delighted that Walter has joined the Company and will help us build on the success of our terminal in Batumi, Georgia as a route for the transit of urea and other finished fertilizers from Central Asia. Finished Fertilizers have been in Trammo's DNA for over a half century and we are excited to be expanding the business.”

About Trammo

Trammo is a leading global physical commodities trading and logistics company which markets, trades, distributes and transports raw materials critical to the fertilizer, petrochemical and mining industries. The company is a market leader in anhydrous ammonia, sulfur, sulfuric acid, and petroleum coke, with niche positions in finished fertilizers and nitric acid. The history of Trammo spans more than 57 years.

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