Omex Agriculture has commissioned two brand new liquid nitrogen storage facilities, increasing capacity by 26,000t and bringing the company’s total capacity to more than 150,000t.
The first facility is a 13,500t liquid nitrogen lagoon at Dauntsey just off the M4 corridor between Swindon and Chippenham, which is believed to be the largest single liquid nitrogen storage lagoon of its kind anywhere in the UK. The second is a 12,500t liquid nitrogen tank at King George Dock, Hull. The addition of these two sites should ensure farmers continue to receive a timely and professional service.
Both sites have associated mixing vessels, which will produce bespoke mixes of nitrogen and sulphur of varying strengths and ratio for any crop, which is then delivered to Omex storage tanks on farms using the company’s fleet of over 270 road tankers.
“Omex is a company that has always prided itself on providing the highest quality product with an unrivalled delivery service,” says managing director David Featherstone.
“We have always enjoyed a first class service reputation and these additional storage facilities further confirm our position as the number one service orientated company for liquid fertilisers in the UK.”