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Potash production at the Werra plant secured until at least Christmas

Dec 3, 2018

Despite the persistent, extreme drought, full production at the three sites of the Werra potash plant is now guaranteed up to and including December 23. The reason for this is the continuous optimization of wastewater management as well as the use of existing possibilities for off-site disposal. more

“Open to Diversity – Together against Exclusion”

Oct 26, 2018

Together with several companies from Kassel, K+S sets down a marker for openness to the world, diversity and tolerance. The enterprises are declaring their avowal of the principles of respect and the rule of law, while launching an initiative entitled “Open to Diversity – Together against Exclusion. more

Plant Werra: Expansion of the Hattorf Potash Site Approved

Oct 11, 2018

The regional council in Kassel has approved the expansion of the Hattorf (Philippsthal) tailings pile. With this, the disposal of solid production residues which is an important requirement for producing potash at this site, has been ensured. more

Plant Werra: Production Resumes at Wintershall and Hattorf Potash Sites

Sep 28, 2018

K+S has resumed production at the Wintershall (Heringen) and Hattorf (Philippsthal) sites today. Full, unrestricted production of Plant Werra should be achieved by October 1. more

Werra Plant: Production interruption at the Hattorf site

Sep 11, 2018

Due to the persistent severe drought, the water level in the Werra river remains at an exceptionally low level. Therefore, production at the Hattorf site has also been temporarily interrupted today. more

Enormous Growth Potential in Sub-Saharan Region

Aug 31, 2018

K+S sees great growth potential in the sub-Saharan region that reminds of Brazil, India or China in recent decades. In Uganda for example, the use of fertilizers is comparatively low and crop yields are correspondingly marginal. more

Werra Plant: Severe Drought Conditions Affect Potash Production

Aug 27, 2018

The persistent severe drought in recent months has led to production being temporarily interrupted at some Werra plants. Their main disposal method is currently restricted due to the exceptionally low water level in the Werra river. more

Record numbers to start their internship at K+S

Aug 13, 2018

For the first time K+S has set a record with more than 200 new apprentices and trainees, thereby preparing for the growing demand of skilled workers. Having steadily ramped up its training commitment over the previous years, it is now even more effective in countering demographic trends. At the beginning of the new training year, a total of 609 men and women will complete a qualified vocational training or dual study program at K+S. They are expected to be the specialists of the future. more

Partial Closure Sigmundshall Potash Mine: Social Plan Resolved in Settlement Proceedings

Jul 27, 2018

The employees at the Sigmundshall potash mine, which will stop producing potash products at the end of the year, now have more personal security for their future. After long and difficult negotiations in the settlement proceedings, the company and works council have agreed on a social plan for the employees which are affected by the partial closure. more

K+S KALI GmbH has been awarded the Silver recognition level of the EcoVadis CSR Rating

Mar 12, 2018

K+S KALI GmbH has had its sustainability and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) performance evaluated by EcoVadis. With success: The company achieved 51/100 points, which corresponds to the recognition level SILVER. K+S KALI GmbH is among the top 25 percent in all rated categories. more

Werra Potash Plant: KCF Facility Commissioned on Schedule

Jan 17, 2018

Today saw a further milestone in protecting the Werra waters achieved with the commissioning by K+S of the kainite crystallization and flotation facility (KCF) at the Hattorf site (Philippsthal). more

Talks successfully concluded: K+S and Gerstungen agree on a settlement

Dec 12, 2017

The Thuringian municipality of Gerstungen and K+S have successfully ended the talks begun in July and have set aside their long-standing dispute. more

Talks in Uganda: K+S CEO Meets Prime Minister Rugunda

Dec 6, 2017

During a trip to Uganda lasting several days, K+S CEO Dr. Burkhard Lohr met with Ugandan Prime Minister Dr. Ruhakana Rugunda on Tuesday. They talked for about one hour and discussed topics such as economic opportunities in the east African country and K+S activities being conducted there. more

Today miners celebrate Saint Barbara – Patron of miners

Dec 4, 2017

More about the legend and the Saint Barbara celebrations as well as exciting details of the work underground you can find in the video series “Did you know…?” on K+S KALI YouTube channel. Feel free to click through. more

Sigmundshall Potash Plant: Termination of production operations at the end of 2018

Nov 29, 2017

The Supervisory Board and the Board of Executive Directors of K+S Aktiengesellschaft, Kassel, have decided to terminate potash production at the Sigmundshall site (Wunstorf-Bokeloh, Hanover Region) at the end of 2018. In talks with workforce representatives and the trade union, new prospects and solutions are being discussed for the approximately 730 employees of the site. more

Saline wastewater disposal: K+S and BUND agree on a settlement

Nov 27, 2017

K+S and the BUND (Federation for Environment and nature Conservation Germany) have agreed on a settlement after intensive talks at management board level. more

Bethune Potash Plant: The First Potash Ship Is on Its Way to Customers

Oct 25, 2017

On October 24, the first ship carrying potash fertilizers from the K+S Potash Canada’s (KSPC) Bethune mine (Saskatchewan, Canada) left it’s potash handling and storage facility at Pacific Coast Terminals in Port Moody, Vancouver. more

Injection Permit: K+S Begins Negotiations with the BUND on a Settlement

Oct 20, 2017

After holding successful exploratory talks, K+S and the Bund für Umwelt und Naturschutz Deutschland e.V. (BUND - Federation for Environment and Nature Conservation Germany) have agreed to shortly commence negotiations aimed at reaching a settlement. The goal is to end the legal dispute over the injection permit. more

Volunteering To Serve the Community: Minister President Dr. Haseloff Presents Mine Rescue Service Badges of Honor

Oct 11, 2017

Today, 10 miners from the Zielitz potash plant and the esco salt mine in Bernburg were awarded gold and silver mine rescue service badges of honor, endowed by the federal president, for 20 and 15 years of mine rescue service. The awards were presented by Minister President Dr. Reiner Haseloff at a ceremony held in the state chancellery at Magdeburg. more

Potash Transports from Bethune Mine: First Unit Train Arrives at K+S’s Port Facility in Vancouver

Sep 28, 2017

Yesterday, the first large rail transport with a total of 122 rail cars from the Bethune mine in Saskatchewan has arrived at K+S’s potash handling and storage facility in the port of Vancouver (Port Moody). more

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