OCI N.V. is a global producer of natural gas-based fertilizers and industrial chemicals based in the Netherlands. OCI N.V. produces nitrogen fertilizers, methanol and other natural gas based chemical products, serving agricultural and industrial customers around the world. We rank among the world's largest nitrogen fertilizer producers, and can produce nearly 8.4 million metric tons of nitrogen fertilizers and industrial chemicals at production facilities in the Netherlands, the United States, Egypt and Algeria. We expect total production capacity to exceed 12.5 million metric tons in 2017.
Type
Public
HQ
Amsterdam, NL
Founded
1950
Size (employees)
2,972 (est)
Website
oci.nl
OCI was founded in 1950 and is headquartered in Amsterdam, NL

OCI Office Locations

OCI has an office in Amsterdam
Amsterdam, NL (HQ)
19 Honthorststraat

OCI Financials and Metrics

OCI Financials

EUR

Market capitalization (30-Oct-2017)

4.2 b

Closing share price (30-Oct-2017)

20
OCI's current market capitalization is €4.2 b.
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