Incitec Pivot Ltd.
is Australia's largest supplier of fertilizers; catering for more than 50% of the nation's agricultural plants nutrient needs. The company began trading on the ASX
on 30/07/03 having been formed as the result of a merger between Incitec Fertiliser Ltd and the Pivot group.
In 2005 the company struck a deal with the Government of Nauru to re-develop the country's phosphate mining industry, which had fallen into disrepair. The company invested $5 million to facilities and machinery, and phosphate mining resumed in late 2006.