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Agrimin announces personnel change

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World Fertilizer,

Agrimin has announced the appointment of its new sulfate of potash (SOP) marketing advisor, Charles Carriere, to assist with the finalisation of marketing and off-take agreements for the 100%-owned Mackay potash project.

Mr Carriere has experience across global agricultural marketing, soft commodity trading, product handling and bulk blending. He also has experience in negotiating product off-take and sales agreements across the global fertilizer industry. Mr Carriere holds a Bachelors of Agricultural Engineering from ISA Lille and a Masters of International Commerce from ESSEC Business School.

Agrimin has retained 100% of the marketing rights for its planned SOP production from the Mackay potash project and is currently finalising marketing and off-take arrangements to support project funding. The company has recently produced further SOP product samples which have been dispatched to potential offtakers and strategic partners.

Mark Savich, CEO of Agrimin, said: “We are delighted to appoint Charles as our marketing advisor. He brings a depth of experience from across the international fertilizer industry at a pivotal time as we look to finalise our marketing and off-take agreements.”

Charles Carriere, newly appointed SOP Marketing Advisor, said: “It is exciting to join the Agrimin team following the exceptional feasibility results for the Mackay potash project and I am confident we will maximise the value of the company’s highly desirable SOP product. In particular, the recent certification of Agrimin’s SOP for input into organic systems has generated significant interest in marketing and off-take opportunities.”

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