Applied DNA has announced that it will introduce DNA-tagged fertilizer to Turkey and countries in West Africa and Asia.
Siwertell has announced that it has secured a contract for an ST 490-M ship unloader from leading Norwegian mineral fertilizer producer, Yara International.
According to Reuters, Brazil’s Agricultural Ministry has signed an agreement for a system that will speed up imports of products used in agriculture through the Port of Santos.
Martin Engineering has released a statement claiming that it has introduced data tracking with QR codes on its belt cleaners and other components.
The River terminal located on the Illinois river will supply fertilizer at a high capacity exceeding industry standards.
ENPAR Technologies Inc. has announced that the private placement that was announced on 18 September 2017, with total proceeds of CAN$350 000, has now been closed.
Yara International Asa has announced that a 6 m long model of the Yara Birkeland – an autonomous and zero emission container vessel – has been launched in SINTEF Ocean’s 80 m long sea laboratory in Trondheim, Norway.
K+S Potash Canada has announced that the first unit train has arrived at the company’s potash handling and storage facility in Port Moody, British Columbia, Canada.
Amphora Inc. has announced that Phibro Americas LLC has gone live on Amphora’s Symphony software platform to manage commodity trading and risk for its global renewables, fertilizer and biofuels operations.
Martin Engineering has released a statement announcing a new programme to benefit the Susan G. Komen foundation during October, which is the Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Applied DNA Sciences Inc. has announced that, in cooperation with Rosier S.A., it has successfully introduced its molecular tag to the fertilizer industry.
AMECO has announced that it has finished the commissioning of a fit-for-purpose portal reclaimer for a major global producer.
Mosaic Co. has released a statement providing an update on its third quarter business performance in connection with Hurricane Irma.
Two additions to the Prairie skyline have taken shape in Manitoba and Saskatchewan and are now serving Western Canadian farmers.