K+S build new production facility in Canada

K+S to build new production facility in Canada

10:58 AM, 22nd June 2012
K+S to build new production facility in Canada
Richard Wilson, President and CEO, K+S Potash Canada.

MOOSE JAW, CANADA: K+S Potash Canada, a subsidiary of K+S Group, held ground breaking ceremony at the Legacy Site, near Moose Jaw, Canada for new production facility. “We’re in the process of finishing initial work on the project. This work is primarily comprised of infrastructure development and the first stage of the mining process – the road work, earthwork for the plant, drilling of the first wells, and the establishment of the supporting water system,” said Richard Wilson, President and CEO, K+S Potash Canada.

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