Chatham Rock Phosphate is showcasing its project to significant investor interest at Mystery Creek Fieldays in Hamilton this week.
The Fieldays event, the largest agribusiness show in the southern hemisphere attracting more than 120,000 over four days, has already proved after one day to be a success for Chatham, according to Chief Executive Chris Castle.
“We’ve had a stream of people all day coming to our stall, wanting to know about the project, our phosphate product and the investment opportunity.
Mr Castle, chairman and corporate relations director Linda Sanders and other staff and directors are representing the company at the event.
“We’re being visited by farmers who have followed our project over the past couple of years in the media, by companies involved in the industry, by people who are simply curious to learn more about the project’s technical innovations and by loyal shareholders.”
Mr Castle said shareholders are welcome to come and visit the company’s representatives until 5pm Saturday, located at stall 5, row D in the main pavilion.