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Sponsor Profile

The Mosaic Company is the world's leading combined producer and marketer of concentrated potash and phosphate, two of the primary nutrients required to help the world grow the food it needs. The company engages in every phase of crop nutrition, from the mining of resources to the production of crop nutrients. Mosaic employs approximately 8,000 people in eight countries, serving customers in more than 40 countries around the world.

Mosaic is a leader in the potash industry, with annual capacity of 10.3 million tonnes. The company operates three mines in Saskatchewan, Canada, including the world’s largest potash mine in Esterhazy, as well as two mines in the United States.

Potash Expansion Program

Mosaic is investing $6 billion into expanding its potash operations. The company’s Potash Expansion Program consists of several multi-year projects at each of its Canadian mine sites – Belle Plaine, Colonsay and Esterhazy – and will leverage existing infrastructure to access a century’s worth of potash reserves. Mosaic expects that by 2021, its expansion efforts will have created 500 permanent full-time jobs, and will have boosted the company’s annual potash capacity by 50 percent – further reinforcing its position as one of the world’s leading potash producers.

Community Investment

Mosaic believes in building strong and healthy communities in the areas where it operates. The company strives to be a thoughtful and engaged neighbor that invests carefully and generously to develop long-term partnerships with organizations that are making a difference, locally and globally. Initiatives supported by Mosaic include the United Way, Children’s Hospital Foundation of Saskatchewan and Habitat for Humanity.

Career opportunities at The Mosaic Company

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