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Triomf Swaziland is a limited liability company, incorporated in terms of the Swaziland Companies Act No: 8 of 2009 on 26 June 2014.

To date, the company distributed fertilizer products and farming equipment imported from South Africa. The company’s new ownership recognised the missed opportunity vested in the country and decided to invest in a blending plant that would establish the company as a manufacturer and distributor within its own right. The Triomf brand is well-known within Eswatini for its quality and service delivery which will be the base for future marketing efforts.

This will be Eswatini’s first fertilizer blending plant in years. The blending plant was constructed at Triomf Fertilizer’s premises in Potchefstroom, South Africa. It was transported to Eswatini on the 23rd of June 2018 and is currently being assembled and commissioned at the Triomf Swaziland Warehouse situated at Plot 69, King Sobhuza II Ave, Matsapha Industrial Sites, Matsapha, eSwatini.

The aim of this project is to help grow the country’s economy by supplementing a much-needed gap in the country’s agricultural sector, namely the need to have locally produced fertilizer that is readily available and at affordable prices.

Fertilizer availability will optimise the farmers’ yield potential which will in turn increase the country’s GDP from agricultural activities. This project also opens the opportunity to export locally produced fertilizer blends to neighbouring countries and the rest of the world, thus contributing not only to much needed import substitution but also earning forex for the country. The overall impact is a positive contribution to the balance of payments for the country as well as a positive contribution to the food security for the people of Eswatini.

The plant has the capacity to manufacture up to 60 metric tons per hour (1 200 x 50kg bags per hour). Therefore, the plant will be able to theoretically satisfy a demand of 3 000 ha per hour for a required blend (as dictated by the soil type)