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Potash Corp. to temporarily curtail potash production at two mines

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In order to match supply to market demand, and to utilise its lowest-cost Rocanville facility, Potash Corp. has announced that it will temporarily curtail potash production at two Canadian mines.

Allan will reportedly curtail production for a 10-week period, commencing 19 November 2017. Lanigan, meanwhile, will curtail production for an eight-week period, commencing 3 December 2017.

In the statement, Potash Corp. claims that the amount of temporary layoffs associated with these adjustments has not been determined. Instead, the company says that it is assessing opportunities for reassigning employees during these periods to essential services, capital projects and maintenance activities.

Read the article online at: https://www.worldfertilizer.com/potash/21092017/potash-corp-to-temporarily-curtail-potash-production-at-two-mines/

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