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Compass Minerals to Boost Magnesium Sulfate Capacity

7:45 AM MDT | June 15, 2011 | Lindsey Bewley

Compass Minerals says it will boost magnesium chloride capacity at its Ogden, UT facility from 550,000 liquid tons to 1 million tons due to growing demand for the product. The additional magnesium chloride capacity will come onstream incrementally, with full availability expected in 2015.   “This additional production capacity will strengthen Compass Minerals’ position as the leading producer of magnesium chloride in North America and ensure that we have enough of this all-natural mineral to meet the long-term demand of our growing...

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