TORONTO, June 8, 2011 /CNW/ - IC Potash Corp. (TSXV: ICP), (OTCQX:
ICPTF) ("IC Potash"), a Sulphate of Potash ("SOP") developer in New
Mexico, is pleased to announce the addition of Tom McGuire as Director
of Technical Services, Mining Engineering, and Allen Hall as Senior
Geologist, to IC Potash's experienced management team.
Sidney Himmel, President and CEO of IC Potash commented, "We welcome Tom
and Allen to the IC Potash management team. We highly value their vast
geological and mining knowledge of New Mexico. Their technical
experience complements our existing potash mining leadership and
supports our goal to be the next international SOP producer."
Mr. McGuire earned his Bachelor of Science in Mining Engineering Degree
from the New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology. Mr. McGuire
has worked in the potash industry for major New Mexico potash producers
in the Carlsbad area, for 17 years, as a senior mine engineer and Chief
Mr. Hall earned his Bachelor of Science, Geology from Sul Ross State
University. Mr. Hall has worked as an exploration geologist and as a
mine geologist for 26 years with recent experience in the potash
industry of New Mexico. Mr. Hall has worked as a project manager,
project geologist, and mine geologist at two potash mines in New
About IC Potash Corp.
IC Potash intends to become a primary producer of Sulphate of Potash
("SOP") by mining its 100%- owned potash Ochoa property in New Mexico.
IC Potash's Ochoa property consists of over 100,000 acres of federal
subsurface potassium prospecting permits and the State of New Mexico
Potassium mining leases.
IC Potash is focused on being the lowest cost producer of SOP in the
world, a market that is six million tonnes per year and growing. SOP
is a non-chloride based potash fertilizer that sells at a substantial
premium (50% on average) over the price of Muriate of Potash ("MOP"),
the most widely used fertilizer in the world.
SOP is a significant fertilizer in the fruit, vegetable, tobacco,
potato, and horticultural industries, and for agriculture in saline and
dry soils and soils in which there is agriculture with varieties of
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SOURCE IC Potash Corp.
For further information:
please visit www.icpotash.com or contact Sidney Himmel at 416-624-3781 or 575-993-2758