Working together towards a shared goal
Our partners will help us achieve our mission through shared ambition.
Strategic partnerships. Bigger impact.
We create partnerships with like-minded organizations to help us create a more sustainable future, and transform agriculture around the world.
We have 30 partnerships spread across five continents. Each partnership we create is about more than merely providing services: it’s an opportunity for knowledge exchange and sharing expertise. This approach helps us maximize the impact of our projects, from education programs to joint ventures.
Dupont OCP Operations
We partnered with DuPont to develop new safety technologies to keep us at the forefront of industrial excellence. This partnership helps us reduce risk and improve our operations and processes.
JESA is a joint venture with Worley, initially set up to provide innovative engineering services in Africa. It’s now the largest engineering group in Morocco, and provides professional services around the world.
Teal Technology Services
Teal Technology Services is a joint venture between IBM and OCP dedicated to accelerating the digital transformation of business operations in Morocco and beyond. The venture focuses on advanced technologies such as analytics and cognitive computing.
OCP Fertinagro Advanced Solutions
We’re developing sustainable agricultural solutions with Spain’s leading fertilizer manufacturer, Fertinagro. The research partnership focuses on improving granular, high analysis NPK fertilizer and other enhanced fertilizer products.
The Prayon Group
Prayon, a global leader in the technologies of phosphoric acid and its derivatives, aims to become a major player in food additives and other niche markets. OCP is one of The Prayon Group’s core shareholders with the Wallonia Regional Investment Company.
The Fraunhofer Mazagan Lab
The Fraunhofer Mazagan Lab is a new state-of-the-art research facility. The partnership aims to transform research into applied solutions, focusing on the production of green ammonia following the recent green Hydrogen Alliance between Germany and Morocco.