IPL

Incitec Pivot (IPL)

Stock Code

IPL

Stock Exchange

Australian Securities Exchange

Incitec Pivot (IPL) is an established international chemicals company principally focused on the production, trading and supply of fertilizers and chemicals. Incitec Pivot listed on ASX on 28 July, 2003. IPL was created as a result of merger between Pivot and Incitec Fertilizers in 2003. The Company has around 4,500 staff employed worldwide. The Company has an integrated fertiliser business operating all through eastern and southern Australia, with a market share of 65% in this area. IPL has annual sales of 3.4Mt fertilizer.

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Fertiliser and explosives manufacturer Incitec Pivot (IPL) reports a 12.8 per cent net profit growth for the full-year ended September 30 to $463.2 million and forsee 2012 as a transition year for the business.

After the recent profit increase, Incitec expects to continue the growth of their explosives business for the year ahead as volumes increase with the mines recovered from floods.

Incitec Eyes Burrup on Tail of Profit Rise


Major fertiliser supplier Incitec Pivot (ASX:IPL) shows interest to offer a bid for Burrup Fertlisers, but is proceeding with caution. Incitec says that an offer depends on a 15 percent internal return rate from the acquisition.

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