Nutrien cuts down production due to ILWU Canada strike action

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Nutrien Ltd,  the world’s largest provider of crop inputs and services has curtailed its Cory potash mine, due to the loss of export capacity through Canpotex’s Neptune terminal, resulting from the ILWU strike. As a consequence of the ILWU strike, along with the  the Portland terminal outage and lower global potash prices, Nutrien anticipates that its full-year 2023 Potash adjusted EBITDA will fall below the lower end of its previous guidance range. The disruption at the Port of Vancouver has not only led to the production curtailment at the Cory potash mine but could potentially affect production at Nutrien’s other potash mines in Saskatchewan if the situation persists.

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