Transammonia is the world's leading independent marketer and transporter of
anhydrous ammonia with over 3.1 million tons of global trade in
2011. Transammonia ranks with the largest private or government producers of
ammonia in terms of tonnage sold in the international trade.
Transammonia sold 5 million metric tons of urea worldwide
in 2011, as well as 1.2 million metric tons of other nitrogenous fertilizers.
Transammonia is a major player in the international and U.S. domestic trade of
Sulphur sales in the last fiscal year were 2.6 million
metric tons. Transammonia controls a large fleet of sulphur rail cars
dedicated to deliveries of liquid sulphur to its contract customers in the
In 1999, Transammonia commenced trade in sulphuric acid,
purchasing from major smelters around the world and delivering to fertilizer
producers. In 2011, Transammonia traded 1.8 million metric tons making it the
largest trading company in this field.
In 2011, Transammonia sold nearly 1.1 million tons of petroleum coke.
Transammonia's coal trading desk is located in Zurich,
with division offices in Odessa, New Delhi and Hong Kong.
Transammonia is a major supplier of NPK and Phosphates.
In 2011, Transammonia traded about 2.3 million tons of NPK and Phosphates per year.
Transammonia is charged with international sales of DAP
by Mississippi Phosphates Corporation in Pascagoula, Mississippi.
Sea-3 is the largest importer and distributor of
propane in the Northeastern U.S. providing thousands of homes,
businesses, industries, schools and hospitals with clean burning, cost
efficient gaseous energy. Sea-3 also participates in gas marketing on the Gulf
Coast and other areas in the USA. The company's annual volume is around 200,000
metric tons per year.
Sea-3 of Florida owns a 50,000 metric ton propane import facility at the Port of
Tampa. Centrally located in the heart of the State's industrial West Coast,
Sea-3 of Florida supplies propane to the western and central portions of the
The Trammo Gas Division of Transammonia, Inc, located in Houston, Texas, trades
LPG in the U.S. market. Propane accounts for the majority of
the volume, but the Division also trades ethane, butane,
iso butane, and natural gasoline. In 2011, the Division
traded approximately 7 million metric tons of all products.
Trammo Gas International, Inc. operates two gas carriers under long term time charters.
They are engaged in the worldwide transportation of LPG for third parties.
The Trammochem Division trades in petrochemicals. Trammochem is headquartered in
Altendorf, Switzerland with division offices in Darien, Connecticut, USA, Singapore and
Shanghai, China. Trammochem trades in olefins, aromatics, methanol and pygas
worldwide. Traded volume in 2011 was 4.2 million metric tons.