Ammonium Sulfate Market Size to Reach USD 616 Million by 2026 at 5.52% CAGR, Predicts Market Research Future (MRFR)
Key Players involved in the Ammonium Sulfate Market are DOMO Chemicals (Belgium), Sumitomo Chemical Co., Ltd (Japan), BASF SE (Germany), Evonik Industries AG (Germany), AdvanSix (US), Royal DSM (The Netherlands), HELM AG (Germany), Merck KGaA (Germany), Nutrien Ltd (Canada), OCI Nitrogen (The Netherlands), LANXESS (Germany), Honeywell International Inc (US), Vertellus Holdings LLC (US ArcelorMittal (Luxembourg), and GAC CHEMICAL (US).Pune, India, Feb. 09, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Global Ammonium Sulfate Market Overview: The agricultural industry is one the highest consumer of ammonium sulfate that can contribute significantly to the rise of the market. Reputed companies are investing in technologies to improve safety, production, and packaging of ammonium sulfate that can cater to its multiple applications. Market Research Future (MRFR) projects the Ammonium Sulfate Market is expected to surge at 5.52% CAGR in the forecast period. By 2026, the ammonium sulfate market can earn valuation of nearly USD 616 Million. The increase in sale of ammonium sulphate across other wealth sectors, such as; F&B, and pharmaceutical can promote the market rise. Governments are indulging in effective crop production activities for their contour. For instance, a PSU under the Ministry of Chemicals and Fertilizers in India, the Fertilizers and Chemicals Travancore Limited (FACT), is using coastal shipping as the latest and effective mode of transport to ensure rapid and timely availability of fertilizers to farmers in the Western and Eastern Coastal areas of the country. However, the shift in consumer preference toward organic farming and the easy accessibility of safer substitutes, such as; urea can hinder the sales of ammonium sulfate fertilizers that can slow-down the market expansion. However, affordability of raw materials in the production of ammonium sulphate and low production cost can combat the mentioned resistance encountered by the market. Get Free Sample PDF Brochure @ https://www.marketresearchfuture.com/sample_request/693 Market Segmentation The segment analysis of the ammonium sulfate market on the global scale is done by product type and application. Insights on dynamics of the market in different segment provide vivid understanding on area of investment to stakeholders. Segmentation data assists investors take effective decisions. Solubility of Solid Ammonium Sulphate to Stir-Up Revenue Generation for Market Solid and liquid are product-based segments of the ammonium sulphate market studied by MRFR. Solid ammonium sulfate is the largely consumed product type that is expected to acquire 42.30% share of the entire market by 2026. Powdered, crushed, granular, and crystalline forms of solid ammonium are available in the market. The readily water-soluble property of solid ammonium sulfate makes it suitable feedstock for pharmaceuticals, textile, and food & beverage industries. The expansion of these end-use industries can drive the growth of the solid segment. Top-Notch Companies Funds Agriculture Education and Research to Benefit Market Industrial use, fertilizers, pharmaceutical, water treatment, food & beverage, and textile dyeing among others are some application-based segments of the ammonium sulphate market. The fertilizers segment can earn revenue of about USD 3,931.8 Mn by 2026. The growing demand for ammonium sulfate for Sulphur correction in soil to cater nutritional requirements of plants can cause the segment to surge. Farmers in the Winter Wheat Belt that stretches from central Alberta in Canada to Texas in the US, considers top-dress application of ammonium sulphate as preventive measure to resolve sulfur deficiency. The growing awareness about soil conditions, such as requirement for lower pH balance and other to improve quality and yield of crop, investors are funding several projects that can support the market upsurge. AdvanSix, a reputed producer of ammonium sulphate fertilizers and caprolactam, reveals its intention on boosting the long-standing efficiencies across the value chain and create further opportunities for growth. They are investing in soybean application research, operational improvements, and marketing and grower education to secure long-term benefit for their business. Their acquisition of certain Commonwealth Industrial Services, Inc. (CIS) assets, an ammonium sulfate packaging, logistics, and warehousing services provider in Hopewell (US), can benefit the regional market. Browse In-depth Market Research Report (272 Pages) on Ammonium Sulfate: https://www.marketresearchfuture.com/reports/ammonium-sulphate-market-693 Dynamics of Crop Nutrition Suppliers to Considerably Influence Market Analysts thoroughly investigate contributions, and facts and figures of these players to understand their impact on the worldwide market. Market players can capitalize on new trends to edge past their competitions and secure global foothold. For instance, Gujarat State Fertilizers & Chemicals, a state-owned crop nutrition provider in India, is observed to focus on development of its fertilizer products segment of the business, as demand for fertilizers surged after a good monsoon in the region. In addition, Indian companies are observed to enjoy the hike in minimum support price announced by the government. Technological developments by key players to combat pandemic crisis are also studied by market researchers. Nutrien, a Canada-based agricultural solution provider, deployed innovative technology to support operational continuity and keep essential workers safe using Proximity Trace™ from Triax Technologies. Key Players Locking Horns: Affluent vendors in the Global Ammonium Sulfate Market are: DOMO Chemicals (Belgium)Sumitomo Chemical Co., Ltd (Japan)BASF SE (Germany)Evonik Industries AG (Germany)AdvanSix (US)Royal DSM (The Netherlands)HELM AG (Germany), Merck KGaA (Germany)Nutrien Ltd (Canada)OCI Nitrogen (The Netherlands)LANXESS (Germany)Honeywell International Inc (US)Vertellus Holdings LLC (US ArcelorMittal (Luxembourg) Regional Status: The ammonium sulphate market in the Asia Pacific region is likely to have a promising future. APAC can secure the largest share of the worldwide market by 2026 at 4.03% CAGR. According to regional progress analysis by MRFR, the ammonium sulphate industry in North America can experience steady rise, while market size in Europe is expected to increase. The growing demand for effective and convenient agricultural products across North America and EU due to their disruptive climatic changes are observed to encourage import of fertilizer from APAC regions. APAC regions, especially India, is known for its extensive production of ammonium sulphate that can contribute to the regional market rise. The increase in application of ammonium sulphate in expanding textile and water treatment sectors can also benefit APAC market. Alongside, the decline in cultivation and increase in consumption of food is creating the need for fertilizers that is positively influencing the ammonium sulfate market in EU and the Americas. In North America, its rapid rise of food additive and pharmaceutical industries that are high consumers of ammonium sulphate can promote the market in the region. 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Toronto investment trust buys $103.5M in London industrial land – London Free Press (Blogs)
A Toronto real estate investment trust is buying six industrial buildings in London for $103.5 million.
Nexus Real Estate Investment Trust is investing in London because it believes the city has a solid business climate, said Kelly Hanczyk, the trust’s chief financial officer.
“London is a tight industrial market. I think there is a lot of growth, a lot of upside in this portfolio,” he said. “We are building our industrial portfolio across Canada. These are well-maintained buildings.”
Hanczyk declined to reveal the buildings’ addresses or sellers until the deal closes in April.
The London business group selling the properties will take $65 million of the value in Nexus shares and the balance in cash, he said.
“We have been trying to get them for five years. They (the sellers) liked the idea of a REIT dividend. At the end of the day, it made sense for us and them,” Hanczyk said.
Nexus may not be done, as it is seeking additional industrial properties and more area purchases may follow, he said. “We hope this is the beginning of more in Southwestern Ontario. We will add more as we go through the year.”
The industrial sector is experiencing interest nationally as the COVID-19 pandemic has created uncertainty in office and retail markets, making industrial property attractive, said Ted Overbaugh, Southwestern Ontario vice-president for CBRE, a commercial realty firm.
“There is a lack of product in industrial right now. We need development in Southwestern Ontario,” he said. “Good industrial is hard to find. It is a good investment.”
In a January report on the London-area commercial realty sector, CBRE said 786,878 square feet of industrial space was under construction in London in the final quarter of 2020, up 48,750 square feet from the third quarter.
Also, leases rose to $6.17 a square foot from $5.67 in the third quarter and sale prices are up to $75.95 a square foot from $66.92.
“Industrial is the one asset class every investor is backing up the truck for right now,” Overbaugh said. “It is the safest asset class. There are a lot of unknowns in office leasing. We don’t know what it will be like in three to five years and the same with retail. Industrial is safe.”
Nexus also announced the purchase of two Edmonton industrial properties for $14 million. That deal is expected to close March 1.
It takes time to get industrial lots on the market. If property is zoned, serviced and ready for manufacturing use, it may take six months before construction can occur as municipal studies and requirements have to be met.
If land is not zoned or serviced, it may take years to get industrial building lots ready for construction.
“There is a bottleneck of demand right now,” Overbaugh said.
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Enforcement Notice – Hearing – IIROC Holds Hearing for Former Toronto Investment Advisor Neil DiCostanzo – Canada NewsWire
TORONTO, Feb. 24, 2021 /CNW/ – A hearing has been scheduled before a Hearing Panel of the Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada (IIROC) in the matter of Neil DiCostanzo.
The hearing concerns allegations that:
(a) Between December 2016 and March 2018, Mr. DiCostanzo engaged in outside business activities without the approval of his Dealer Member by arranging investments in two companies for various clients, off the books and records of his Dealer Member – contrary to Dealer Member Rule 18.14.
IIROC formally initiated the investigation into Mr. DiCostanzo’s conduct in May 2018. The alleged violation occurred while he was a Registered Representative with the Toronto branch of Foster & Associates Financial Services Inc., an IIROC-regulated firm. Mr. DiCostanzo is no longer a registrant with an IIROC-regulated firm.
The hearing is open to the public, unless the Panel orders otherwise. Members of the public who would like to attend the hearing should contact IIROC’s National Hearing Coordinator at [email protected] to obtain the details. The decision of the Hearing Panel will be made available at www.iiroc.ca.
Hearing Date: The hearing will be held by way of videoconference commencing April 26, 2021 at 10:00 a.m.
The Notice of Hearing and Statement of Allegations which sets out the allegations is available at:
DiCostanzo, Neil – Notice of Hearing and Statement of Allegations
Documents related to ongoing IIROC enforcement proceedings – including Reasons and Decisions of Hearing Panels – are posted on the IIROC website as they become available. Click here to search and access all IIROC enforcement documents.
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IIROC is the pan-Canadian self-regulatory organization that oversees all investment dealers and their trading activity in Canada’s debt and equity markets. IIROC sets high quality regulatory and investment industry standards, protects investors and strengthens market integrity while supporting healthy Canadian capital markets. IIROC carries out its regulatory responsibilities through setting and enforcing rules regarding the proficiency, business and financial conduct of 175 Canadian investment dealer firms of varying sizes and business models, and their more than 30,000 registered employees. IIROC also sets and enforces market integrity rules regarding trading activity on Canadian debt and equity marketplaces.
IIROC investigates possible misconduct by its member firms and/or individual registrants. It can bring disciplinary proceedings which may result in penalties including fines, suspensions, permanent bars, expulsion from membership, or termination of rights and privileges for individuals and firms.
All information about disciplinary proceedings relating to current and former member firms is available in the Enforcement section of the IIROC website. Background information regarding the qualifications and disciplinary history, if any, of advisors currently employed by IIROC-regulated firms is available free of charge through the IIROC AdvisorReport service. Information on how to make investment dealer, advisor or marketplace-related complaints is available by calling 1 877 442-4322.
SOURCE Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada (IIROC) – General News
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Provincial investment in Nova Scotia's Sandpiper Ventures prompts public debate on supporting women in the workforce – BetaKit
A $5 million investment made by the Nova Scotia government in women-focused venture firm Sandpiper Ventures has created a stir in the province, with proponents on both sides arguing over the best way to invest in women.
Earlier this month, outgoing premier Stephen McNeil announced the Government of Nova Scotia would contribute $5 million to the $20 million fund Sandpiper is currently raising, which is focused on investing in women-led startups.
“Women’s issues deserve drastically higher investment across all parts of society.”
– Jevon MacDonald, founder of Manifold
McNeil cited the disproportionate effect of the COVID-19 pandemic on women as motivation for the investment, creating a need to invest in women-led entrepreneurship. Some child care advocates have taken issue with that reasoning.
The public discussion has included not only child care advocates and organizations, but Nova Scotia NDP House Leader Claudia Chender, who has argued that the money is better spent elsewhere.
A number of child care advocates that recently spoke with the CBC pointed to a need for investment in child care in Nova Scotia, arguing its lack as one of the main reasons women have exited the workforce amid the pandemic, and that it remains a big obstacle to them returning. Some called for the $5 million contributed to Sandpiper to be spent on child care instead.
“To put it into a venture capital fund is not only out of touch with what parents need, it’s actually pretty insulting to all of the women in this province who run home daycare businesses,” said one such advocate, Hannah Munday, a former private daycare operator.
Chender has also spoken out publicly, both social media and with other media outlets, echoing those calls.
You know what would keep more women in the workforce than giving $5 million to a Venture Capital fund? Affordable childcare.
— Claudia Chender (@ChenderMLA) February 5, 2021
While the NDP House Leader said the acknowledgment of a gender divide emphasized by COVID-19 is positive, she questioned whether investment in the private sector and startups actually benefit Nova Scotians.
One organization, Solidarity Kjipuktuk / Halifax, an anti-capitalist group in Nova Scotia, put out a press release demanding that newly-appointed premier Iain Rankin rescind the $5 million, calling it a “corporate giveaway.”
Members of the country’s tech community have spoken out against such arguments, however, calling out the idea of pitting the two issues against each other. Members of Canada’s tech ecosystem have stepped in to argue that it should not be a question about investing in child care or venture capital, but both.
This isn’t an either / or,” wrote Jevon MacDonald, founder of Manifold and co-founder of tech community group StartupNorth, via Twitter. “Women’s issues deserve drastically higher investment across all parts of society.”
Michelle McBane, managing partner of women-focused VC fund StandUp Ventures, questioned whether the investment would have been a topic of discussion if Sandpiper did not have a women-focused investment thesis.
The province has contributed much more to male-led VC without criticism. It is not either/or, we need to support women’s innovation and women’s ideas AND provide access to high quality childcare. We need to start to see childcare as a collective issue not a women’s issue.
— Rhiannon Davies (@Rhianno90021963) February 14, 2021
Speaking with BetaKit, Sandpiper co-founder and managing partner Rhiannon Davies lamented some of the criticism. She acknowledged the need to invest in child care and the barrier it still creates for women in the workforce, but noted the importance of investing in women-led innovation and entrepreneurship as another important way to empower women in the workforce. Davies went further, expressing frustration that child care was being pitted against investing in a women-focused VC fund as two women issues, calling child care a societal issue.
The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the child care issue across Canada, disproportionately pushing women out of the labour force.
A successful recovery from this labour diaspora is dependent on many factors coming together. The Ontario Chamber of Commerce noted last fall the need for flexible work arrangements, affordable child-care offerings and training for new jobs, calling them all key to helping women return to the workforce.
Investing in women-led businesses is another way to further economic freedom and empowerment for women. In recent years, a number of women-focused venture funds have popped up to do just that. In Western Canada, women-led group The51 is raising a fund to invest in female-led companies and McBane’s StandUp Ventures has been doing so since 2017. BDC’s Women in Technology Venture Fund is another such fund.
The Government of Canada’s Women Entrepreneurship Strategy also highlights the power of such investments on the economy, noting the potential to add $150 billion in incremental GDP in Canada by 2026.
Davies told BetaKit Sandpiper’s position is that there is a need for both investment in child care and venture capital in order to create overall structural improvements for women in the workforce.
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