Two additions to the Prairie skyline have taken shape in Manitoba and Saskatchewan and are now serving Western Canadian farmers.
BHP will be holding a public open house to interested parties about a potential potash export facility at the Port of Grays Harbor’s Terminal 3 in west Hoquiam.
Federated Co-operatives Ltd has announced the completion of two state-of-the-art, high-throughput fertilizer terminals in Canada.
K+S Potash Canada and Pacific Coast Terminals have celebrated the opening of a potash handling and storage facility at PCT’s Port Moody terminal.
Agrium and Southern States Cooperative have signed a binding purchase agreement for the acquisition of 20 Ag-retail locations the US.
Canpotex has confirmed it has concluded new potash supply contracts with its Chinese customers for shipments of 1.4 million metric t.
The TikhvinChemMash plant has delivered a batch of new generation tank cars of Tpr dimension for transportation of ammonia to URALCHEM.
Potash Corp. of Saskatchewan Inc. and Agrium Inc. has announced that once the anticipated merger transaction closes, the new company will be named Nutrien.
K+S Potash Canada has accepted their first domestic railcars built by National Steel Car (NSC) in Hamilton, Ontario.
Djibouti has installed a new US$90 million potash port in Ethiopia, which comes as the second of 4 new ports to be built.
Edo State Governor Godwin Obaseki has confirmed that the Edo Fertilizer Blending Plant in Auchi, Estako West, will begin commercial operation by mid-June 2017.
The new Vulcanator® KM10 is a heavy-duty granulator with the ability to reduce synthetic or natural rubber components, parts belts, parts of raw bales and more into small bits without significant heat rise.