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Chemtrade Logistics Income Fund Reports Timing Of CEO Succession
Chemtrade Logistics Income Fund Says Mark Davis Will Retire As CEO In 2021
Chemtrade Logistics Income Fund Reports Second Quarter 2020 Results
Chemtrade Logistics Income Fund provides industrial chemicals and services. It operates in four business segments: Sulphur Products & Performance Chemicals (SPPC), Water Solutions & Specialty Chemicals (WSSC), Electrochemicals (EC) and Corporate (Cor). Its SPPC segment markets, removes and/or produces merchant, regenerated and ultra-pure sulphuric acid, sodium hydrosulfite, elemental sulfur, liquid sulfur dioxide, hydrogen sulfide, sodium bisulfite, and sulfides, and provides other processing services. Its WSSC segment manufactures and markets a variety of inorganic coagulants used in water treatment, including aluminum sulfate, aluminum chlorohydrate and ferric sulfate; and a number of specialty chemicals, including sodium nitrite, potassium chloride and vaccine adjuvants. Its EC segment manufactures and markets sodium chlorate and chlor-alkali products including caustic soda, chlorine and hydro-chloric acid, largely for the pulp and paper, oil and gas and water treatment industries.
155 Gordon Baker Rd Suite 300
NORTH YORK, ON
Independent Chairman of the Board of Trustees
Mark A. Davis
Chief Executive Officer, Trustee
Chief Financial Officer, Vice President - Finance
Scott William Rook
Chief Operating Officer
Group Vice President - Human Resources and Responsible Care
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Canada's main stock index rose in early trade on Tuesday as the continued easing of coronavirus-driven lockdowns and strong gains on Wall Street helped restore investor confidence in equities.
Canada's main stock index gave up early gains to trade lower on Friday, as fears of a deep recession fueled by the coronavirus pandemic overshadowed gains in energy stocks boosted by higher oil prices.
Canada's main stock index plummeted on Thursday, prompting a pause in trading as the United States' curbs on travel from Europe due to the coronavirus outbreak hit risk sentiment.
Talks were making progress toward ending a strike by thousands of workers at Canada's biggest railroad, Canadian National Railway Co , Canada's transport minister said on Wednesday.
Shares of Canadian National Railway Co fell as much as 2.2% on Wednesday, as a strike by about 3,000 unionized workers, including conductors and yardmen, at the country's biggest railroad entered the second day.
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