K+S says on track to start August commissioning of $4.1bn Legacy project

June 21, 2016

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Germany’s K+S Potash Canada (KSPC) on Tuesday said its $4.1-billion Legacy potash project, in Saskatchewan, was on track to start commissioning activities by the end of August, with the aim of producing the first tonne of potash before year-end.
Since KSPC broke ground for the project in June 2012, which would be the first new potash mine in the province that is one of the most prolific producers of the crop nutrient in the world, the company had invested about 90% of the total capital budget.

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