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From 2002

In 2003, AB "Lifosa" implemented the Quality and Environment Management Systems that meet the requirements of ISO 9001:2000 and ISO 14001:2004.

2005. AB "Lifosa" joined the globally accepted initiative, the United Nations Global Compact.

2007. AB "Lifosa" implemented the Project "Utilization of local and recovered process heat at the sulphuric acid unit in power generation process", completed the installation of the Heat Recovery System HRS. The system enables to produce more heat and electricity by more efficiently utilizing the sulphuric acid process heat. The EU structural funds granted the support to this Project.

2007. AB "Lifosa" was granted the certificate indicating that the Company's Occupational Health and Safety Management System meets the requirements of OHSAS 18001:1999.

2009. AB "Lifosa" became a GMP+ B1 and GMP+ B2 certified company.

2010. The Company invested more than 90 million LTL into the construction of new objects and launching of new equipment and significantly increased the production capacity.
2010. Implementation of two big projects was finished:
The project, which was started in 2009 and was partially financed from the European Union structural funds, involved modernization of the manufacturing process of feed phosphates by increasing productivity and launching modern technologies. The designed capacity of the new feed phosphate production line is 150 000 t/y.

The longest transporter in Lithuania (880 meters) was built.

A new warehouse for the main raw material apatite was built. Its tonnage is 100 000 tons of phosphate raw materials, which is sufficient amount for one-month manufacturing process. The railway loading unit and transporter system enabling to supply raw materials directly to production lines were built near the warehouse.

2011. The investment strategy of AB "Lifosa" for the years 2011-2016 was approved. During every year of this period, about 9 million USD are planned to be allocated for renewing of equipment and renovation of infrastructure.

In 2012, the construction of the multifunctional sports and entertainment complex "Kedainiai Arena" was started. The construction of this complex was financed by AB "Lifosa", the investment amounting to appr. 17 million Litas. Kedainiai Arena was opened August of 2013. This was the present of AB "Lifosa" to the city.

2014. The new converter was installed in Sulphuric acid plant. It made possible to increase the conversion of SO2 (contacting) degree from 99.7% to 99.9%.

In 2016, the construction of a new production plant of soluble crystalline mono-ammonium phosphate (MAP) was started, having the design production capacity of 30 thousand tons per year.

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