REGINA, Feb. 8, 2016 /CNW/ - Input Capital Corp. ("Input" or the "Company") (INP.V) (INPCF) is pleased to announce that it won the award for "Best IR by a TSX Venture Exchange-listed company" at the 2016 IR Magazine Awards held in Toronto on February 4, 2016.
"I said it last year, and I'm happy to say it again: Congratulations to our team at Input Capital for their hard work and dedication in winning this award," said Input President & CEO Doug Emsley. "At Input Capital, we have always prided ourselves on having a good relationship with our shareholders. So it is terrific to see that be noticed and recognized."
The "IR Magazine Awards – Canada 2016" are decided by an independent telephone survey of more than 250 analysts, portfolio managers and investors based in Canada. The voters select companies that are giving them the best investor relations service across a range of different areas, including reporting and disclosure, corporate executives, and corporate governance.
Input is an agriculture commodity streaming company with a focus on canola, the largest and most profitable crop in Canadian agriculture. Input enters into multi-year canola streaming contracts with canola farmers in western Canada. Pursuant to the streaming contract, Input purchases a fixed portion of the canola produced, at a fixed price, for the duration of the term of the contract. Input is a non-operating farming company with a diversified portfolio of canola streams, all of which produce canola and revenue for Input within a year of being signed. Input plans to grow and diversify its low cost canola production profile through entering into additional canola streaming contracts with farmers across western Canada. Input is focused on farmers with quality production profiles, excellent upside yield potential, and strong management teams.
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