VIDEO: The Exchange Episode 13 — Let's talk about potash!
Solex talks potash with Eric Anderson, Saskatchewan Industrial & Mining Suppliers Association
It's lucky episode #13 of The Exchange, where we sit down to discuss the potash industry with Eric Anderson of the Saskatchewan Industrial & Mining Suppliers Association and Igor Makarenko of Solex Thermal Science. It's hard to believe that it's already been more than a year since we first created this series of online videos in an attempt to keep the discussion going on major themes impacting the diverse and ever-changing bulk solids industry.
This episode has added significance as it represents a new collaboration with PotashWorks, a print and digital publication dedicated exclusively to potash production, potash mining, distribution, and the unions and individuals who specialize in bringing potash to market.
Key takeaways from this episode include:
- Overview of the Saskatchewan Industrial & Mining Suppliers Association, its members and its mandate.
- The impact of BHP greenlighting the Jansen project.
- The impact of carbon accountability on the potash supply chain.
- And more . . .
We hope you enjoy! Visit our YouTube channel to see past episodes.
About Igor Makarenko
Igor Makarenko is Global Director, Fertilizer for Solex Thermal Science. He joined Solex in 2010, with the past eight years spent solidifying our brand as a globally recognized technology provider for fertilizer cooling. Igor has extensive end-to-end experience developing turnkey cooling solutions in various applications ranging from urea granules to potash.
About Eric Anderson
Eric Anderson became SIMSA’s first full-time Executive Director in 2016. Building on a solid base of membership criteria, vision and Board direction, Eric established SIMSA’s Roundtable events as a core benefit of membership – a feature that has helped SIMSA grow from 74 members to more than 250.
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This entry was last updated on 2021-11-8
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