FEECO has announced its collaboration in a team of industry experts assembled by IC Potash Corp. Consisting of a handful of industry leaders, the team was put together by ICP to complete a Feasibility Study for the development of the company’s Ochoa Sulphate of Potash Project.
ICP intends to become a primary producer of Sulphate of Potash ("SOP") and Sulphate of Potash Magnesia ("SOPM") by mining its 100%-owned Polyhalite Ochoa property in New Mexico, a highly advanced mineral deposit containing proven and probable reserves of more than 340 million tons of ore within the proposed mine plan.
Having developed many collaborative relationships and longstanding partnerships over its 61 years in business, FEECO is no stranger to collaboration. FEECO grew its roots in the fertilizer industry as a supplier of engineering and equipment, and has considerable experience in the area of potash processing. FEECO’s experience in the fertilizer and potash industry will make them an asset to the group, providing ample knowledge and experience.
Though FEECO is known for its complete process capabilities, the company has a long history in working collaboratively, including its partnership with Sahut Conreur of France. FEECO is able to provide everything from feasibility testing, to engineering and manufacturing of equipment, all the way to plant scale-up and design. FEECO will be providing ICP with rotary kiln design and granulation services.
FEECO is proud to work with ICP and its team of industry leaders to bring valuable knowledge and experience to the project.
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