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  • Milling, Packag-ing, Palletizing

    Blend Plant

    Liquid Products Storage

    Sulfuric Acid Plant

    CogenAmmonium Sulfate Plant

    Granulation Plant

    Ammonium Sulfate Homogeneous Product Storage

    LiquidProducts Storage

    Dry Fertilizer Storage

    Calcium Ammonium Nitrate Plant

    Nitric Acid Plant

    Ammonium Nitrate Solution Plant

    10-34-0 Reactor

    HELM

    S I M P L O T A G R I B U S I N E S S

    Lathrop-Helm

    HistoryThe Lathrop and Helm facilities, whose individual plants were built in the 1950s, have been operated since the 1980s by the J.R. Simplot Company. Collectively, the complex employs about 190 people in a wide array of occupations, including opera-tions, engineering, logistics, market-ing and quality assurance. Both sites integrate new technology on a continuous basis. The Lathrop facility lowers product costs by producing steam power on-site to run produc-tion units.

    Consumer Benefi tsTogether, the Lathrop and Helm facili-ties produce high-quality fertilizer for professionals in agriculture, the turf trade, nurseries, the feed business and industrial. Located in one of the countrys largest production centers for fruits and vegetables, the facilities manufacture products that play an integral role in bringing fresh foods to Americas dinner tables. Improving the effi ciency of crop production also has a ripple effect of societal benefi ts. For example, fertilizers help reduce the need for increased crop acreage, which in turn helps to preserve wild-life habitat.

    Local Economic Benefi tsThrough its diverse range of op-erations, the Lathrop-Helm complex annually contributes at least $50 million to the local economy. Specifi -cally, $10.4 million is channeled into the local economy each year through salaries, wages and benefi ts; and over $42 million is paid to more than 200 area suppliers for a variety of goods and services.

    Raw Materials UsedThe Lathrop-Helm Complex uses am-

    monia, urea, nitric acid, phosphoric acid, limestone, sulfur, potash, air and water in the production of nitrogen, phosphate, potash, and sulfur prod-ucts.

    Products Liquid Ammonium Nitrates Nitric Acids Calcium Ammonium Nitrate (CAN-17) Urea Ammonium Nitrate (UAN-32) Liquid Ammonium Phos- phate Pelleted Ammonium Phos- phates Feed Phosphates Ammonium Sulfate Sulfuric Acid Ammonium Hydroxide

    Safety and EnvironmentEmployees and management of the Lathrop-Helm Facilities Complex are committed to providing a safe, secure worksite for themselves, visitors and the surrounding communities. The J.R. Simplot Company and California Manufacturing Management are committed to responsible environ-mental stewardship.

    How We Make Fertilizer

    Bringing Earths Resources to Life

    A California complex producing nitrogen and phosphate fertilizers

    LATHROP

    www.simplot.com

  • S I M P L O T A G R I B U S I N E S S

    Bringing Earths Resources to Life

    J.R. Simplot Company - Helm-Lathrop16777 Howland Road Lathrop CA 95330 1-209-858-2511 1-209-858-2915 fax12688 S. Colorado Ave. Helm, CA 93627 1-559-866-5681 1-559-866-1507 fax

    One days average production and/or distribution of liquid and dry products from the Lathrop-Helm Complex would cover over 22,000 acres in a single appli-cationthe equivalent of more than 170 golf courses.

    I T S A F A C T

    Lathrop-Helm

    Simplot Mining & ManufacturingS Y S T E M O V E R V I E W

    The Lathrop-Helm ComplexWith fertilizer manufacturing facilities located in Lathrop and Helm, Califor-nia, the Lathrop-Helm Facilities Com-plex comprises two of four manu-facturing plants in the J.R. Simplot Companys AgriBusiness Group.The Lathrop facility is close to Stock-ton, in the northern San Joaquin Valley, and is located near railroads, highways and an inland port, allow-ing effi cient distribution to both domestic and foreign markets.

    Twenty-fi ve miles southwest of Fres-no, the Helm facility is positioned to provide products to the San Joaquin Valley and surrounding agricultural areas. Capabilities within the com-plex are quite diverse. For example, blending and various packaging, bagging and loading operations are performed at Lathrop, while the Helm

    facility is a key storage and distribu-tion point for products from various Simplot locations. Other facilities in the AgriBusiness Group and the principal products they produce or handle include:

    Don PlantPocatello, Idaho Dry and Liquid Phosphate Dry and Liquid Nitrogen Fertilizers Feed Phosphates Purifi ed Phosphoric Acid Sulfuric Acid

    Vernal, Utah and Rock Springs, Wyoming Phosphoric Acid (54%) Super Phosphoric Acid (68%) MAP (Monoammonium Phos- phate), a dry, granulated fer- tilizer FSA (Fluorosilicic Acid)

    Smoky Canyon:Idaho-Wyoming Border Phosphate Ore

    Import Terminals Portland, Oregon Stockton, California Point Comfort, Texas

    Corporate InformationThe AgriBusiness Group is part of the J.R. Simplot Company, a privately held agribusiness company. With facili-ties throughout the western United States and in Canada, the AgriBusi-ness Group is focused on meeting the needs of its customers through the environmentally conscious extraction of natural resources, the manufactur-ing of fertilizers and the distribution of the highest-quality agricultural products. Along with the rest of the J.R. Simplot Company, the employees of the AgriBusiness Group recognize and embrace the responsibilities that fall to a company dedicated to Bring-ing Earths Resources to Life.

    www.simplot.com

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