In an interview with SASKATOON STARPHOENIX, Susan Jones, Nutrien's new Head of Potash, discussed the challenges of her new role.
Responsible for 10 currently operating in Saskatchewan, and their extended supply chains, Susan Jones, a lawyer from Calgary, seems focused on the people using the fertilizer.
SASKATOON STARPHOENIX states "In a wide-ranging interview, she covered a broad range of topics and — perhaps not surprisingly given Nutrien’s Feeding the Future tagline — framed her upbeat answers around the farmers who fertilize their fields with Saskatchewan potash".
“We’re always looking to meet the demand of the market, and because we have the intelligence coming from our retail network we know where that demand is and we also know where we can help farmers in their application,” Jones said.
“In the last five years we’ve seen global demand growth of between 4 - 5%. That is exceeding the historical average, and what we would expect to see longer-term. Our longer term expectations are 2.5 - 3% growth,” Jones continued.
Find the full interview here.
Read the article online at: https://www.worldfertilizer.com/special-reports/09102018/nutriens-new-head-of-potash-discusses-the-industrys-mode-of-recovery/
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