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Incitec Pivot Limited is engaged in the manufacture and distribution of industrial explosives, industrial chemicals and fertilizers, and the provision of related services. The Company segments include Asia Pacific, Americas and Corporate. Its Asia Pacific segment includes Incitec Pivot Fertilizers (IPF), Southern Cross International (SCI) and Dyno Nobel Asia Pacific (DNAP). IPF manufactures and distributes fertilizers in Eastern Australia. SCI manufactures ammonium phosphates and is a distributor of its manufactured fertilizer product to wholesalers in Australia and the export market. DNAP manufactures and sells industrial explosives and related products and services to the mining industry in the Asia Pacific region and Turkey. Its Americas segment includes Dyno Nobel Americas (DNA), which manufactures and sells industrial explosives and related products and services to the mining, quarrying and construction industries in the Americas (the United States, Canada, Mexico and Chile).
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Brian Gordon Kruger
Non-Executive Independent Chairman of the Board
Jeanne Marie Johns
Chief Executive Officer, Managing Director, Executive Director
Frank Manuel Micallef
Chief Financial Officer
Gregory John Hayne
President, Dyno Nobel Asia Pacific
Chief Financial Officer
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A railway that carries zinc from major producers such as Glencore across Australia's outback has reopened to freight trains, the line's owner Queensland Rail said on Monday.
A railway that carries zinc from major producers such as Glencore across Australia's Outback is expected to reopen this month, Queensland's transport minister said on Tuesday.
* Line carries 5 pct of global zinc supply from mine to port (Adds background and detail of damage)
Australia's Queensland Rail said on Monday that it expects a railway hit by flooding this month that has disrupted zinc shipments from major producers such as Glencore to be fixed as early as April, down from an estimate of as long as six months.
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