ESSENTIAL NEWS FOR AGRI-RETAILERS
Offering group coverage has positive effects on employers and employees alike.
As an agri-retailer, growers are relying on your expertise to provide solutions to the sustainability demands of consumers, and it is important to demonstrate your dedication to and knowledge of the framework.
Writing my first Editor’s Note for The Communicator is bittersweet. I am excited to personally address CAAR members but, this opportunity came with the news that our Editor-in-Chief, Lynda Nicol, was leaving CAAR after 10 years with the association. It was a pleasure to work with Lynda, and I wish her all the best in the future.
It’s time to reflect on the past 10 months I’ve spent serving as Executive Director for the Canadian Association of Agri-Retailers.
CAAR is forming key partnerships with like-minded organizations.
Investing in satellite communication is good for employee safety and productivity.
CAAR is now accepting applications for the roles of Communications Manager and Sales & Marketing Manager. Working closely with the CAAR staff and board, these two individuals will play vital roles on the CAAR team. Read more to view the job postings.
Lesley Kelly farms, blogs at High Heels and Canola Fields and is one of the founders of the Do More Agriculture Foundation, a not-for-profit foundation which, for the last year, has been shining a light on the issue of mental well-being within the ag community.
The December Communicator is now online and in your mailbox! The final issue of 2018 is a big one, packed with useful information, expert advice and practical solutions for the ag retailer.
AGI is a global leader in the planning, engineering and manufacturing of full solutions and systems across 5 platforms: Grain, Fertilizer, Food, Feed and Seed. We partner with our customers on 6 continents to leverage the AGI advantage and engineer unique market specific systems. These systems are delivered for farm and commercial applications and include Storage, Handling, Structural, Processing, and Controls all based on, and brought together, with Engineering and Project Management.
To further our industry’s commitment to advancing safety and security, Fertilizer Canada has created a Calcium Ammonium Nitrate (CAN) Security Code of Practice with input from industry and government groups. This new Code aims to provide standardized security practices for the handling, transportation, storage and/or sale of CAN in Canada.