Canadian Pacific To Transport potash products from K+S Legacy Site To Western Canadian Port

K+S, Canadian Pacific sign potash products transport agreement

9:17 AM, 12th July 2013
K + S Business News

SASKATOON, CANADA: K+S Potash Canada, a wholly owned subsidiary of K+S Aktiengesellschaft, and Canadian Pacific signed a long-term contract on the transportation of potash products from K+S’ Legacy Site. The contract is for potash to be moved from the Legacy Site near Moose Jaw and Regina in Saskatchewan to a Western Canadian port of export for overseas destinations.

“We are glad to have found Canadian Pacific as the perfect partner and strategic fit for our transportation needs in Canada. Canadian Pacific offers an excellent logistics service and we are looking forward to this long-term partnership,” said Dr Ulrich Lamp, President and Chief Executive Officer, K+S Potash Canada.

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